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  • A View of Chittagong
    When in Bangladesh, don't forget to stop to enjoy a nice long cup of cha with some loved ones. Then, carry on with your field work. ... read more
  • Asian Elephants in Ireland
    As an IVM student with an interest in Conservation Medicine, Brittany Grenus V18, wanted to put her skills to use helping one of her favorite animals: elephants. That's how she wound up in Dublin. ... read more
  • Mexico City, DVM
    New country, new language, new opportunities in veterinary medicine. Alumna Michelle Stewart shares her experience moving from Washington D.C, to Mexico City. ... read more
  • Non-verbal Communication
    Sometimes the most important part of research is listening. ... read more
  • PPR, Research, and Human Nature
    Last summer,Kenny Siu, V18, went to northeastern Uganda to perform research on Peste des Petite Ruminants (PPR). The lessons he walked away with went beyond data insights. ... read more
  • Cat Tracking in Thailand
    Step one: Learn everything about liver flukes. Step two: Buy a plane ticket to Thailand. Step three: Track cats. ... read more
  • One Health with a Side of Fries
    After a face-paced career in the advertising world, Abby Clayton, V19, decided to change direction. Currently enrolled in the DVM/MPH program, Abby has found some creative ways to use her expertise in communication. ... read more
  • For the Love of Pinnipeds
    If you have a dream, you have to fight for it. Even better, get your IVM mentor to fight with you. That’s how Kristy got to Brazil. ... read more
  • Schistosomiasis in the Philippines
    Isabel Francisco spent a lot of time talking to carabao farmers in the Leyte Province. This is what she learned. ... read more