Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine
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Article ItemBaker and Ogunmayowa present at VCOM Via Research Day , article
Charlotte Baker, assistant professor of epidemiology in the Department of Population Health Sciences, and Tosin Ogunmayowa, PhD student in the Biomedical and Veterinary Sciences PhD program, presented their poster, "Application of multilevel modeling in sports and recreational injuries studies,” at the VCOM Via Research Day. Their presentation reviewed the way researchers have used multilevel modeling to look at sports and recreation-related injury.
Article ItemJoyce and Bertke publish in Vaccines , article
Jonathan D. Joyce and Andrea Bertke have published "Assessment of Two Novel Live-Attenuated Vaccine Candidates for Herpes Simplex Virus 2 (HSV-2) in Guinea Pigs" in Vaccines.
Article ItemGohlke publishes in The Lancet Oncology , article
Julia Gohlke has published "Carcinogenicity of gentian violet, leucogentian violet, malachite green, leucomalachite green, and CI Direct Blue 218" in The Lancet Oncology.
Article ItemNick Ruktanonchai and Corrine Ruktanonchai publish in Nature Human Behavior , article
Department of Population Health Sciences faculty Nick Ruktanonchai and postdoctoral associate Cori Ruktanonchai used data to inform social contacts throughout China, and included this social contact index to inform transmission of COVID-19 nationwide.
Article ItemPrincipal investigator Nick Ruktanonchai and co-investigators Corrine Ruktanonchai and Rachel Silverman awarded grant from The Thomas F. and Kate Miller Jeffress Memorial Trust , article
A yearlong research grant from The Thomas F. and Kate Miller Jeffress Memorial Trust has been awarded to principal investigator Nick Ruktanonchai and co-investigators Corrine Ruktanonchai and Rachel Silverman to investigate how machine learning and mathematical models can be used to develop an early warning system to predict COVID-19 transmission.
Article ItemPotomac Regional Veterinary Coping, Resiliency and Challenges (CRC) Survey , article
The purpose of this survey is to assess stressors veterinarians are experiencing during COVID-19, understand coping and help-seeking behaviors, and disseminate appropriate resources to help with coping and resiliency. By choosing to participate, you are helping to inform the development of future resources that will be customized to support you and other veterinarians through this unprecedented time.