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Coppoc One Health Lecture Series

Details: The fourth annual Coppoc One Health Lecture, was held November 2 in Lynn 1136, will feature a talk entitled, "School Food Defense Framework: One Medicine Concepts in Action."Purdue Veterinary Medicine alumna Regina Tan (PU DVM '99), director of the USDA Office of Food Safety in the Food and Nutrition Service, is the featured speaker.

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Epidemiology and Public Health Graduate Program

Details: Public Health Graduate Program, College of Health and Human Sciences The Purdue Master of Public Health (MPH) degree is designed to prepare students for leadership in the public health field. In addition to mastery of MPH core competencies, students are able to select a focus in one of the following competencies: family and community health

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Veterinary Nursing (Veterinary Technology)

Details: The Purdue Veterinary Technology program is fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and is a science based veterinary nursing program offering a Bachelor and Associate degrees.

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Counseling and Wellness Services

Details: Urgent Mental Health Needs and Emergencies. If you have an urgent mental health need and are unable to contact a counselor at CWS, please do one of the following: During regular business hours: For life-threatening emergencies always immediately CALL 911 or go to the nearest Emergency Room.

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Equine Health Update

Details: Equine Health Update. The Equine Health Update is a publication for horse owners and trainers featuring stories and news all about horses. It is published by the Purdue Univeristy College of Veterinary Medicine Equine Sports Medicine Center.

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PCOP Clinical Trials

Details: Dogs in generally good health without significant concurrent illness; Exclusion Criteria: Primary tumor significantly smaller than 3 cm or larger than 6 cm in maximal diameter; Presence of cancer metastasis to any organ; Presence of serious heart or lung disease that …

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Direct Quantitative Analysis of Nicotine Alkaloids from

Details: cancer. The adverse health effects caused by smoking contribute to about one-fifth of all deaths each year.1 Moreover, $193 billion is spent annually in the U.S. on health issues related to cigarette smoking.5 Because of the significant adverse health effects of tobacco use, identification of smokers is becoming mandatory for health insurance.

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Clinical Research Home

Details: Epidemiological and behavioral studies – These types of studies examine the distribution of disease, the factors that affect health, and how health-related decisions are made. Implementation studies – Focus on methods to promote the implementation and uptake of research findings in everyday practice, thus transforming healthcare delivery

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Faculty and Research

Details: Dr. Kari Ekenstedt — Canine genetic health; naturally-occurring diseases such as musculoskeletal, neurologic and opthalmic conditions. Current projects include investigating ectrodactyly, spinal abnormalities, dwarfism, pitmentary uveitis, cranial cruciate ligament rupture, hypomyelination polyneuropathy, "hidden" coat color alleles, and others.

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Internal Medicine: Immune-Mediated Diseases

Details: A strong and healthy immune system is necessary for combating many types of diseases and infections. In healthy dogs and cats, the immune system is tasked with recognizing foreign cells like bacteria or fungi, and then destroying and/or removing them from the body.

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Equine Health Science Annex

Details: The Equine Health Science Annex(EHSA) building is a newly renovated addition to the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine campus. EHSA offers both housing and ample room to carry out procedures for research and teaching purposes. Having additional housing on-site allows study horses to remain in a controlled environment throughout the entirety of projects.

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DEPARTMENT OF VETERINARY CLINICAL SCIENCES

Details: positive impact for the health of Scottish Terriers. Matching funds are now available for a one-to-one match for donations for bladder cancer research in our program! Every dollar donated will immediately become two dollars, up to $100,000! Plus, many employers will …

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Volunteers Needed as Purdue Prepares for Vaccine

Details: Following approval from the Indiana State Department of Health, Purdue University is preparing to serve as a vaccine distribution site with on-campus vaccinations expected to begin as early as Tuesday, April 6. The state department has instructed the university to prioritize students first in an eff

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One Health in the Curriculum

Details: A survey of fundamental topics on veterinary public health, preventative medicine, and zoonoses. The topics will discuss the methods for prevention and control of veterinary public health risks in animal and human populations. Food safety and foodborne diseases, with particular emphasis on foods of animal origin will be discussed.

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Responding to Exposure to Rabid Animals

Details: Recommended health care resources include, but are not limited to, Robert Golden at REM (local public health contact) and Julianee Stout, MD. If an animal tests positive for rabies, or if an animal is suspected of having rabies and the animal becomes unavailable for rabies testing, potentially exposed personnel must be advised of their risk.

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One Love, One Health Purdue University College of

Details: The often ‘quiet’ partner in public health is the veterinarian,” Tanya said. Furthering Discovery, Learning, and Engagement Just as Tanya equates a quietly generous cat lover with the understated role of today’s veterinarian, Dr. Taylor personifies Purdue’s three-fold mission of discovery, learning, and engagement as she passionately

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Board of Directors for the Purdue Veterinary Alumni

Details: Since that time, she has served as the agency’s Director of Swine Health, managing Indiana’s various regulatory swine health programs. In addition to serving on the PVAA Board of Directors, Dr. Werling is the past District 12 (Public Health) board representative for the IVMA and is a current member of the AASV and USAHA.

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The effects of facility dogs on burnout, job‐related well

Details: personal health and well-being. On a community level, burnout can have detrimental effects on professional and hospital functioning, such as inadequate job-performance (Lee et al., 2019),

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PURDUE UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE …

Details: examination to ensure there are no obvious systemic health concerns that could worsen with pregnancy or that could even prevent pregnancy . In some cases, when physical exam findings point to a problem, blood work can be indicated to provide further information . The mare’s reproductive conformation

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Companion animals and human health: Benefits, challenges

Details: health and financial benefits of pet ownership, researchers began to look at the underlying mechanisms of human-animal interactions. Many theories have been proposed, yet there is currently no unified, empirically supported theo-retical framework to describe how companion animals

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Human Animal Bond

Details: Human Animal Bond. The human-animal bond encompasses the unique interrelationships between humans and animals. It represents a component of One Health by exploring the ways that these relationships influence the health and wellbeing of both the human and animal partners. Purdue University hosts leading research on the human-animal bond.

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International One Health Leadership Training Program

Details: The One Health Leadership Training Program is a 3-week program led by Dr. Audrey Ruple. This unique training opportunity is an initiative developed through partnerships with the Royal Veterinary College (London, England) and the University of Pretoria (Pretoria, South Africa).

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Environmental Research

Details: Environmental Research, One Health Topic. Antimicrobial Resistance. Horses, like people, commonly suffer from asthma. In fact, it is the second most common cause of …

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The effects of service dogs on psychosocial health and

Details: Health care providers should recognize that in addition to the functional benefits service dogs are trained to provide, they can also provide their handlers with psychosocial benefits from their assist-ance and companionship. Results indicate that having a service dog was related to …

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The effects of assistance dogs on psychosocial health and

Details: health, quality of life, social health, and vitality found that 68% of comparisons were null, 30% were positive in the hypothesized direction, and 2% were negative. Positive outcomes included significant effects of having an assistance dog on psychological wellbeing, emo-tional functioning, self …

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One Health Events

Details: One Health Week is an international campaign co-coordinated by the One Health Commission, the One Health Initiative and the One Health Platform Foundation. The goal of this collaborative effort is to bring attention to the need for One Health interactions. The Purdue One Health Club has planned a One Health Week (November 4th to 8th) to highlight this annual campaign.

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Equine Health Update

Details: 2 Clinical signs of coronavirus in horses include fever, diarrhea or soft feces, a lack of appetite, and mild colic-like signs such as laying down and looking or kicking at their flanks.

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Values and Culture

Details: Values and Culture - Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine seeks to globally advance animal health and welfare and human health through excellence in learning, discovery, and engagement, as the leading veterinary college for comprehensive education of the veterinary team and for discovery and engagement in selected areas of veterinary and comparative biomedical sciences. These three

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Animal Welfare and Human-Animal Interactions

Details: Animal welfare refers to how an animal is doing (mentally, physically, and in terms of natural behaviors) in its current environment. An animal has “good welfare” if it is healthy, comfortable, well fed, safe, able to express reasonably natural behaviors, and does not suffer from unpleasant feelings such as pain, fear, and distress (by scientific indicators) [1].

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EQUINE HEALTH UPDATE

Details: Systemic health is rarely compromised in mares with placentitis. Blood counts, serum chemistry values, and blood lactate usually fall within normal ranges. Due to the inconsistent nature of clinical signs, routine evaluation beginning around the seventh month of

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purduE univErsity scHool of vEtErinary MEdicinE EquinE

Details: Health Study of the Indiana Equine Industry . . . . .pg . 1 . The Economic Impact and Health Study of the Indiana Equine Industry (continued on pg. 4) The equine industry is complex . Animals, facilities, resources, skills, markets and health issues vary greatly and contribute to the complexity of the industry . In order to better

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News about the Lab

Details: Richard, Cosette, Shreya, Wes, and Krista all presented posters at the Indiana CTSI Retreat at Purdue University in January and at the Health and Disease: Science, Technology, Culture and Policy Research Poster Session in March. We have two rotational students joining our lab for part of this semester: Siyuan Sun. Roopashi Saxena. Fall 2019

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Andrisani Laboratory Home

Details: Recent Publications. Wang WH, Studach L, and Andrisani OM. (2011) Proteins ZNF198 and SUZ12 are down-regulated in Hepatitis B Virus (HBV) X protein mediated hepatocyte transformation and in HBV replication. Hepatology, 53:1137-47. PMCID: PMC3079326; Studach L, Menne S, Cairo S, Buendia MA, Hullinger RL, LeFrancois L, Merle P and Andrisani O. (2012) Subset of Suz12/PRC2 target genes is

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Canine Care Certified Standards

Details: Physical Health. Only veterinarians may perform any necessary alterations and surgeries. Breeders must also create comprehensive physical health plans for preventative care and treatment and ensure they are implemented. Genetic and health screening, regular dental care, and grooming are required.

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Animal Contributions to Human Health

Details: 9th Grade Health and Wellness Standards HW 1 1 Document how personal behaviors can impact health HW 1 2 Explain the interrelationships of emotional, social and physical health HW 1 5 Formulate ways to prevent or reduce the risk of health problems HW.1.7 Summarize the benefits and barriers to practicing healthy behaviors.

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Antimicrobial Resistance

Details: Antimicrobial Resistance. Antibiotics are common therapeutic tools used in treatment and prevention of infections in both humans and animals. However, excessive and indiscriminate use of antibiotics in human healthcare and livestock production in the past few decades resulted in microbes that are resistant to these crucial antibiotics.

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Publications from the Organization for Human-Animal

Details: Military Behavioral Health. Summary: PTSD service dogs can have significant, positive effects for Veterans’ well-being and quality of life; however, less is known about the impact on romantic partners. We sought to examine how Veterans’ use of PTSD service dogs impacted their partners’ well-being and quality of life, and couples

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Elanco Industry Veterinarians Continuing Education Course

Details: The eggs often have netted, pitted or rough outer shells. This presentation presents basic life cycle information as well as clinical aspects of infection, diagnosis, treatment and control and any potential human public health concerns for the common hookworms, threadworms, whipworms and capillarids of canids and felids. Enroll in this Course

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Animal-Assisted Intervention for Autism Spectrum Disorder

Details: into mental health institutions to increase socialization among patients (Serpell 2006). Its current implementation has been related to positive treatment outcomes in a number of clinical populations, including improved phys-ical health and psychological well-being in Alzheimer’s patients (Edwards and Beck 2002), increased social func-

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Suresh K. Mittal

Details: Contact Information. Mailing Address: 725 Harrison St. West Lafayette IN 47907-2027 Office Phone: (765) 496-2894 Lab: (765) 496-2893 Fax: (765) 494-9830 [email protected] Campus Mailing Address. CPB VPTH. Lab Office. LYNN 1290 625 Harrison St. West Lafayette, IN 47907

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PVM Alumni Awards

Details: Fondly remembered as a servant leader known for his honesty, integrity, and compassion, Dr. Scott served as a director for the Indiana State Board of Animal Health, served on the board of directors of the Indiana Veterinary Medical Association (IVMA) and as president, and received the IVMA Lifetime Achievement Award in February 2015.

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2021 CAWS Virtual Symposium

Details: This program will explore the effects of COVID-19 on animal welfare, human health and well-being. Experiences and lessons learned about managing animal welfare during a human health crisis will be discussed, incorporating perspectives from farmers, veterinarians, scientists, and global food producers.

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