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Daniel R. Verdon was named editor in chief of DVM Newsmagazine in 2004.

He was awarded with the McAllister Editorial Fellowship at Northwestern University to advance the study of business-to-business journalism in 2008. The award, underwritten by the American Business Media Foundation, is granted to one journalist in the country each year.

During his tenure, DVM Newsmagazine has maintained its top standing in readership. And DVM Newsmagazine editors have captured five national Jesse H. Neal awards, considered the Pulitzer of the business press. In addition, DVM editors have been named a finalist in the Jesse H. Neal editorial competition six times. His other contributions to the market include showcasing novel market research, moderating panel discussions on top professional issues, spearheading unique features including one-on-one interviews with key veterinarian influencers.

The changing veterinary drug model
May 1, 2012

Increasing pet owner options about where to obtain medications means veterinarians must adjust, experts say.

WVC keynote: How to kill stress in veterinary practice
February 20, 2012

Anxiety: It is literally holding you back from success, says management consultant Michael Staver during a keynote presentation today at the Western Veterinary Conference (WVC).

Top 10 veterinary issues in 2011
December 9, 2011

Revisit the topics that changed the veterinary profession in 2011.

AMC stem cell study to investigate intra-arterial injection for kidney disease
November 1, 2011

New York, N.Y. — A novel new study at the Animal Medical Center (AMC) is investigating the impact of intra-arterial injection of stem cells on chronic kidney disease in cats and protein-losing nephropathy in dogs.

FDA forges new outbreak response team
November 1, 2011

Rockville, Md. — The Food and Drug Administration reports it built a new network of epidemiologists and other public-health experts to improve response to human and animl foodborne illness outbreaks.

USDA wants to toughen health requirements for imported dogs
November 1, 2011

Washington, D.C. — USDA is considering new health requirements for dogs imported into the United States.

Supply-side economics
November 1, 2011

Portland, Ore. — The greatest opportunities in veterinary medicine have yet to be realized.

San Antonio veterinary hospital, kennel battle canine influenza outbreak
November 1, 2011

About 30 cases of H3N8 canine influenza were confirmed and 60 others were suspected.

Veterinary challenge: Occupy the Internet to build credible information for pet owners
October 28, 2011

San Diego--Media personality Dr. Marty Becker issued a new challenge to veterinarians today: Reclaim the Internet when it comes to animal health information.


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