Swine veterinary applied research: the last 30 years and what the future holds - Dr. Scott Dee

research Mar 27, 2020

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“[…] There was no collaboration, tremendous conflict of interest and led to the quotation from the late Dr. Mike Murtaugh that “veterinary science is an oxymoron”. That was clearly true. It was very depressing. I am glad that has improved and we have seen improvement across many fronts.” – Dr. Scott Dee.

Today’s episode will cover “Swine veterinary applied research: the last 30 years and what the future holds”.

Our guest is Dr. Scott Dee. Dr. Dee earned his DVM, MS, and Ph.D. from the University of Minnesota. He is a board-certified veterinary microbiologist and a past President of the AASV. After working in swine practice for 12 years, Scott was a Professor at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine where he focused his research on the transmission and biosecurity of PRRSV for a 12-year period. In 2011, Scott joined Pipestone Veterinary Services in Pipestone, MN where he currently serves as Director of Pipestone Applied Research.

What you will learn:

History of swine veterinary research in the last 30 years; Biggest lessons learned; Common mistakes that you see in today’s research; Veterinary epidemiology experience, could it help in the COVID-19 situation? Swine vet research going in the next 5 to 10 years; What separates successful swine professionals from those that are not.

Scott’s favorite poultry-related book: Winnie-The-Pooh

Scott’s favorite book in general: All Creatures Great And Small

This episode was published by Lauro Faccin & Laihane Almeida.