Latest News From Kansas State University

Kansas State University, Elanco sign Strategic Alliance to Improve Animal Health

A five-year strategic alliance agreement between the university and company will allow for collaborative research and intellectual property licensing for commercialization activities.

Registration Open for Virtual Applied Reproductive Strategies in Beef Cattle Workshop

The program is geared to commercial and seedstock producers, the AI industry and vets interested in using or improving implementation of reproductive management tools and associated genetic tools.

K-State Veterinarian Mike Sanderson, DVM, PhD, will lead the project to model outbreak and control scenarios for foot and mouth disease.
K-State Research Grants Target FMD, ASF

New veterinary medicine research projects take on foot-and-mouth disease and African swine fever.

The Animal Health Regulatory Affairs Graduate Certificate combines the knowledge of animal science and veterinary medicine with skills needed to navigate governmental processes and regulations throughout the product lifecycle.
K-State Offers Regulatory Affairs Certificate  

Kansas State University's Olathe campus is now offering a premier graduate certificate designed for the regulatory affairs sector of the animal health industry.

The 20-credit hour animal health management graduate certificate equips professionals in the animal health industry with skills and knowledge that enable them to lead and manage organizations more efficiently. 
K-State Offers Animal Health Management Graduate Certificate

Employers in Greater Kansas City's animal health industry say they need employees with more technical skills in agribusiness, management, policy and regulation.

Kathryn Reif, assistant professor in diagnostic medicine and pathobiology at the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine, is leading a project that focuses on optimizing antimicrobial use to control active infection of the hemoparasitic pathogen, Anaplasma marginale, the causative agent of bovine anaplasmosis.
Researchers Target Anaplasmosis with USDA Grant

A research grant from the U.S. Department of Agriculture for nearly $1.2 million is supporting work at Kansas State University toward combating a disease that affects cattle in the U.S. and globally.