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Porcine parvovirus 2 (PPV2) can be found in both healthy and clinically diseased pigs. Join us for this webinar to hear from our panelists about field presentations of this new emerging pathogen, lab findings, what to do with positive results, and options for control.
Joining us as speakers will be:
Stephanie Rossow, DVM, PhD
Swine Disease Diagnostician
Minnesota Veterinary Diagnostic Lab, Department of Veterinary Population Medicine, UMN
Dr. Stephanie Ann Rossow received her DVM from Kansas State in 1986 and her PhD in Veterinary Anatomic Pathology from the University of Minnesota in 1996. Prior to her PhD, she enlisted in the U.S. Army Veterinary Corps. Dr. Rossow holds a BS from South Dakota State University with a major in Zoology and minors in Microbiology and Chemistry. She is a swine disease diagnostician at the University of Minnesota Veterinary Diagnostic lab in the Department of Veterinary Population Medicine and conducts research on infectious diseases of swine.
Chase Stahl, DVM
Fairmont Veterinary Clinic
Dr. Stahl is a partner at Fairmont Veterinary Clinic in Fairmont, MN. He grew up in Clarion, Iowa, and graduated from veterinary school in 2012 from Iowa State University.
Deb Murray, DVM
Veterinary Services Manager
New Fashion Pork
Dr. Murray serves as the Veterinary Services Manager for New Fashion Pork in Jackson, MN. A 2006 graduate from the U of MN CVM, she has worked for New Fashion Pork for the last 14 years. Dr. Murray was named the 2012 AASV Young Swine Veterinarian of The Year and the 2016 Allen D Leman Science in Practice Awardee.
Jack Creel, DVM - Moderator
Associate Director of Swine Technical Services
Merck Animal Health