UPCOMING LUNCH & LEARN WEBINAR

Dog Noses in Medicine: Who Nose? Dogs Do!

Monday, April 26, Noon CST
Dogs in Medicine: Who Nose? Dogs Do!
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Proving again that dogs truly are man’s best friend, canines are playing increasingly specialized roles in human medicine. Using their extraordinary noses, dogs detect diabetic blood sugar lows, oncoming seizures, and even COVID-19. Join us for our next Lunch & Learn webinar featuring Cynthia Otto, DVM, PhD, and Maria Goodavage, best-selling author of “Doctor Dogs,” for a deep dive into how dogs sniff out potential medical emergencies.

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But that’s not all . . .

Before the show, check out this P&P throwback to the original “Dog Noses” presentation at P&P 12, where ExxonMobil’s Timothy Nedwed, PhD, explains how researchers use dogs to track down and eradicate urban mosquito habitats.

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