It is an honor and a privilege for us to have had the opportunity to work with so many outstanding visionary people to establish and grow this program in the past 10 years. There are not sufficient words to express our gratitude for what they have contributed to this program. There are many people to thank, but we would like to thank in particular the following people and institutions:
US Partners: KSU (Bonnie Rush, Ralph Richardson, Tammy Beckham, Daniel Richardson, Callie Rost, Ronnie Elmore, Robert Goodband, Grant Chapman, Walter Renberg, April Mason, Peter Dorhout, and Ruth Dyer), Pfizer Animal Health/Zoetis (Rimma Driscoll, Mike Wang, Georgios Sabatakos, Sherry Zhou, Theo Kanellos, Pingping Zhang, Michelle Haven, Tony Tan, Tracy Hou, and Yongsheng Wang), Banfield Pet Hospital (Daniel Aja, Annie Kong, and Rob McNaughton), Iowa State University (Dan Grooms and Lisa Nolan), University of Minnesota (Laura Molgaard and Trevor Ames), University of California-Davis (Michael Larimore), University of Missouri (Carolyn Henry and Shuping Zhang), University of Georgia (Lisa Nolan), AVMA (Beth Sabin), USDA Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service (Rick Tanner), and USDA Agricultural Research Service (Cyril Gay).
Chinese Partners: Chinese Veterinary Medical Association (Jia Youling and Cai Xuepeng), China Agricultural University (Wang Ming and Shen Jianzhong), China Veterinary Drug Association (Cai Xuepeng), China Scholarship Council (Sheng Jianxue, Liu Jinghui, Zhang Ning, Meng Li, Yang Xinyu, and Dong Zhixue), Yebio Bio-engineering Company (Du Yuanzhao and Guo Xuan), RedDog Pet Nutrition (Wang Junjun), Jilin University (Liu Mingyuan and He Wenqi), Southwest University (Wang Haoju), Zhejiang University (Wang Yizhen, Yang Mingying, Zhou Jiyong, and Tan Xun), Huazhong Agricultural University (Liu Xingbin and Cao Shengbo), Sichuan Agricultural University (Liao Peng, Cheng Anchun, and Jia Renyong), Yangzhou University (Jiao Xin-An, Liu Zongping, and Qian Kun), South China Agricultural University (Liu Yahong, Feng Yaoyu, and Sun Yongxue), Northwest A&F University (Yang Zengqi and Hua Jinlian), Beijing University of Agriculture (Guo Yong and Hu Ge), Nanjing Agricultural University (Jiang Ping and Cao Ribing), Inner Mongolia Agricultural University (Cao Jinshan), and Zhejiang A&F University (Song Houhui).
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