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The National Academy of Science and Engineering's Forum in Microbial Threats will host a public workshop to examine cases where genomics technologies have been applied successfully to disease surveillance and response, highlight key characteristics of these technologies' impact, and identify potential opportunities for broader adoption in public health. High-throughput and increasingly affordable genome sequencing technologies have enabled the use of pathogen genomics and metagenomics as powerful data-driven disease surveillance approaches. These epidemiological tools have been critical in...

A free lecture presented by Dr. Kathryn Fiorella, Assistant Professor, Cornell’s Department of Public & Ecosystem Health

Fish are touted as sustainable and nutritious, but growing global demand for fish and expanding aquaculture are quickly reshaping these food systems. At the same time, our global freshwaters are experiencing the most dramatic falls in biodiversity and wild fisheries will continue to be a major source of food. As aquatic food systems and environments are revamped, what does that mean for the people who live and work within these systems? How does it impact their choices...

A free lecture presented by Dr. Kathryn Fiorella, Assistant Professor, Cornell’s Department of Public & Ecosystem Health

Fish are touted as sustainable and nutritious, but growing global demand for fish and expanding aquaculture are quickly reshaping these food systems. At the same time, our global freshwaters are experiencing the most dramatic falls in biodiversity and wild fisheries will continue to be a major source of food. As aquatic food systems and environments are revamped, what does that mean for the people who live and work within these systems? How does it impact their choices about...

Quality Milk Production Services in the Animal Health Diagnostic Center presents “A sustainable dairy future: expanding "carbon tunnel vision” through the eyes of a milk quality and welfare professional” by Dr. Amy Vasquez, Senior Manager for Quality and Care, Danone, at Horizon Organic Dairy, LLC on Thursday, July 25 at 9:30am in Classroom 7 (S1-226).

This year’s 36th hybrid (in-person and virtual) iteration of what has become widely known as a premier feline veterinary continuing education experience promises to live up to and exceed the high expectations that we always set for ourselves on behalf of our dedicated attendees.
With keynote presentations by Dr. Jody Lulich, director of the Minnesota Urolith Center and world renowned expert on feline nephrology and urology, and informative sessions that will include common feline toxicities, the rapidly evolving world of feline coronaviruses, advances in feline perianesthetic pain management...

This year’s 36th hybrid (in-person and virtual) iteration of what has become widely known as a premier feline veterinary continuing education experience promises to live up to and exceed the high expectations that we always set for ourselves on behalf of our dedicated attendees.
With keynote presentations by Dr. Jody Lulich, director of the Minnesota Urolith Center and world renowned expert on feline nephrology and urology, and informative sessions that will include common feline toxicities, the rapidly evolving world of feline coronaviruses, advances in feline perianesthetic pain management...

Quality Milk Production Services in the Animal Health Diagnostic Center, Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences, presents "Developing strategies to improve mammary gland health in dairy cattle", by Dr. Turner Swartz, Assistant Professor in Dairy Production at South Dakota State University on Thursday, August 1 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. in Powell Classroom 6 (S1-222).

The New York State Veterinary Conference will be held October 5-7, 2024! This three-day interactive event promises top-notch Continuing Education credit opportunities.

Join us for this engaging experience, co-hosted annually by the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and the New York State Veterinary Medical Society. We're thrilled to present the Hybrid event once again, offering on-site, online, and on-demand experiences to cater to diverse preferences.

Take it from one of our attendees who said, "I love the onsite and online access, and ability to participate both ways. The...

The New York State Veterinary Conference will be held October 5-7, 2024! This three-day interactive event promises top-notch Continuing Education credit opportunities.

Join us for this engaging experience, co-hosted annually by the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine and the New York State Veterinary Medical Society. We're thrilled to present the Hybrid event once again, offering on-site, online, and on-demand experiences to cater to diverse preferences.

Take it from one of our attendees who said, "I love the onsite and online access, and ability to participate both ways. The...

Most existing and emerging infectious diseases have their origin in animal populations. In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic the need to understand the cause and impacts of wildlife diseases, as well as how to manage them, has only become increasingly salient.

Join us for a live, hybrid Chats in the Stacks book talk with Robin Radcliffe, associate professor of practice in Wildlife and Conservation Medicine in the Veterinary School, and David Jessup, former senior wildlife veterinarian of the California Department of Fish and Game and former executive manager of the Wildlife Disease...