Student Successes

Esther received the Deans' Price for Best Oral Presentation in Veterinary Medicine.

Esther Kukielka received the Dean’s Price for Best Oral Presentation in Veterinary Medicine for her presentation entitled “Evaluation of the pig trade patterns in Georgia: implications for disease introduction and spread." She was awarded this in the 2016 UC Davis Interdisciplinary Graduate and Professional Student Symposium. Congratulations Esther!

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Nathaniel presented his MPVM thesis

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Nathaniel presented his MPVM thesis entitled: “Spatially explicit modeling of animal tuberculosis at the wildlife-livestock interface in Ciudad Real province, Spain". Congratulations Nate for the excellent work! 

Graduation of 2016-2017 MPVM students!

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Esther Kukielka got selected for the Wildlife Health Center fellowship

Esther Kukielka got selected for the Wildlife Health Center fellowship to work in the study entitled: "Investigating raccoon abundance, home range and Baylisascaris procyonis prevalence in Yosemite National Park and its association with human occupancy in Yosemite Valley”. Congratulations Esther!!

Jose Pablo Gomez presented his MPVM thesis

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Jose Pablo Gomez presented his MPVM thesis entitled: “Evaluation of the impact of live pig trade network, vaccination coverage and socioeconomic factors in the classical swine fever eradication program in Peru”. Congratulations Pablo for the excellent work! 

Sara Amirpour Haredash was selected for the Keller Pathway Fellows Program. Congratulations Sara!!!