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    Public health students, faculty, and staff volunteer for local COVID-19 response efforts , article

    Medical Reserve Corps-trained public health students in the Master of Public Health (MPH) program in the Department of Population Health Sciences and in the dual Doctor of Veterinary Medicine/MPH program have volunteered, along with additional faculty and staff, at a New River Valley COVID-19 call center and at drive-thru testing sites.

    Date: April 2020
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    30th Annual Research Symposium: Chronic Disease and Aging , article

    VA-MD Vet Med's 30th Annual Research Symposium on Nov. 6, 2019, featured two poster sessions, two oral presentation sessions, and two keynote speakers, followed by dinner and an awards ceremony.

    Date: November 2019
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    What a difference a yearling makes , article

    After adopting a pregnant mare rescued from squalor, Amiya Veatch turned to Virginia Tech's Marion duPont Scott Equine Medical Center and its Foaling Out Program for specialized care.

    Date: October 2019
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    Scrappy McDaniel fights off cancer , article

    Oncology clinicians at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine are dedicated to advancing cancer treatments in animals and humans alike.

    Date: October 2019
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    Fighting the good fight , article

    With a particular focus on underserved populations, educational programs led by Kathy Hosig — an associate professor in the Department of Population Health Sciences who also serves as the director of the Virginia Tech Center of Public Health Practice and Research — have made headway in the prevention of childhood obesity and Type 2 diabetes.

    Date: October 2019
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    Saving Yoda , article

    Justin Ganjei (DVM ’11), a staff surgeon at Veterinary Surgical Centers in northern Virginia, returned to Blacksburg to work with Veterinary Teaching Hospital internist David Grant and surgeon Sabrina “Bini” Barry to collaborate on a fluoroscopy-guided surgical treatment to save an internal medicine resident's cat, Yoda.

    Date: September 2019

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