Wash your hands...Moe's watching!

One on the things we try to do with the blog approach to getting zoonotic disease and infectious disease information out is to put a personal spin on stories. Whether it's new puppy issues, a rabid bat in my house, zoonotic disease issues at my kid's daycare or something more mundane, that personal touch sometimes helps keep things in perspective.

Knowing more about what we do and why might also help with understanding how our thoughts and opinions come about. An article posted on atGuelph details our own Dr. Maureen Anderson's ascent in the veterinary world from undergrad to infection control researcher, including her groundbreaking infection control surveillance in veterinary clinics. I'll let you read the story yourselves through the link highlighted above...

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