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Meet new faculty members Dr. Duane Wulf and William Milashoski.
The next issue of the ACBS newsletter is now available. Check out the highlights and the full pdf issue for the latest on ACBS research, teaching, and extension.
Meet the CALS Spring 2020 Outstanding Seniors for ACBS and learn more about the virtual commencement ceremonies for CALS and UArizona.
We answer your questions about making sure the food you prepare at home is safe under these challenging new circumstances.
Betsy Greene made a special delivery from Animal and Comparative Biomedical Sciences and Cooperative Extension to FRTEP agent Grey Farrell on April 24th to help Tuba City, AZ first responders deal with COVID-19 cases on the Navajo Nation.
During these unprecedented times here's a glimpse at what ACBS is doing to care for the education of our students as well as how we are contributing to the health, safety, and well-being of our community here in Arizona and beyond! #UArizona #BearDown #FlattentheCurve
Researchers in the School of Animal and Comparative Biomedical Sciences scaled down their work on bacterial infectious diseases to focus on the community's immediate need amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
A team of UArizona researchers, including Dr. Koenraad Van Doorslaer, an assistant professor of immunobiology in ACBS, is studying whether or not certain copper-based chemical compounds could potentially stop the virus that causes COVID-19 dead in its tracks.
Wildcat Country Market, the meat store operated by our School of Animal and Comparative Biomedical Sciences, is committed to help the Tucson community during the current COVID-19 situation and to help with the shortage of some food items at local grocery stores.
All in-person UArizona classes were transformed into online learning for the remainder of the Spring semester in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Professors and students alike rose to the challenge of navigating these new virtual classrooms.