Putman Receives Prestigious MacVicar Award

by Site Admin on May 21, 2015

Timothy Putman, PhD candidate in Dr. Dan Rockey’s lab, was recently selected for the MacVicar Scholar Award for his work on genome sequencing of the bacterial pathogen, Chlamydia abortus, that causes Ovine Enzootic Abortion. The pathogen is present in sheep flocks world-wide, and Putman’s work will aid in the development of preventative therapies. The MacVicar Award is given for quality research that impacts animal health.

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