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UGA professor awarded International Veterinary Congress Prize

Because of her contributions to an international understanding of veterinary medicine, University of Georgia professor Corrie Brown recently received the XIIth International Veterinary Congress Prize from the American Veterinary Medical Association.

Brown, a professor of anatomic pathology in the College of Veterinary Medicine’s department of pathology, has worked locally and internationally for more than 25 years building animal health infrastructure and diagnostics. She specifically studies emerging diseases, pathogenesis of disease in food-producing animals and diagnostic infrastructure in developing countries.