The science of animal health is ever-changing, and veterinarians need cutting-edge research information to give their patients the best possible care. Each month, join Dr. Kelly Diehl, Scientific Adviser at Morris Animal Foundation, as she interviews Foundation-funded researchers and discusses the clinical implications of their work. Whether you’re a practicing veterinarian, technician or student, or just an animal-loving science geek, Fresh Scoop is the podcast for you. Learn more at
United States
13 episodes
since Oct. 10, 2018


Dr. Kelly Diehl talks with Dr. Valerie McKenzie, Associate Professor in the University of Colorado, Boulder’s Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, and a Morris Animal Foundation-funded researcher. The two discuss the worldwide problem of the chytrid fungal pathogen, Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis (Bd) and Dr. McKenzie’s recent efforts to stop it in boreal toads.  
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