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Texas A&M veterinary epidemiologist receives award for worldwide efforts

David Castellan, DVM, a veterinary epidemiologist at the Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases, Bryan-College Station, has received the Global Service Veterinary Award from the American Veterinary Medical Association, AVMA.

This year’s Global Service Veterinary Award was announced at the AVMA Virtual Convention, which took place from Aug. 20-22.

AgriLife photo of David Castellan, DMV, AgriLife Research veterinary epidemiologist with  Texas A&M's Institute for Infectious Animal Diseases
David Castellan, DVM, has has received the Global Service Veterinary Award from the American Veterinary Medical Association. (Courtesy photo)

Castellan, who holds a Texas A&M AgriLife Research appointment, serves as an international animal health subject matter expert and epidemiologist for the Veterinary Field Epidemiology Training Program, working with international stakeholders.

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