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  1. 28
    Mar

    SCACVIM Dechra Lecture will be held in VMC Auditorium. Cathy Just and Tim Shultz from Dechra will be giving a lecture on Addison's. Please RSVP, food will be provided. Meeting open to SCACVIM members. Contact information: Mary Carter.996@osu.edu

  2. 28
    Mar

    Please join the Human-Animal Blond Club in the VMC Auditorium. Dr. Kimberly Pope Robinson, founder of 1 Life Connected, will be giving a talk on connection your xcareer to your life's passion. Please RSVP, food will be served. This event is open to all students, faculty, and public. For more information, contact: Cassandra O'Connor.426@osu.edu

  3. 28
    Mar

    Through her own personal struggles of staying connected and balanced in her career, Dr. Kimberly Pope-Robinson elected to dedicate herself to the well-being of those working in the veterinary field and other medical professions.

  4. 28
    Mar

    Dr. Kimberly Pope-Robinson will address relevant issues of work-life balance, compassion fatigue, and the human-animal bond’s role in our well-being in the veterinary profession.

  5. 29
    Mar

    Dr. George Rodgers, a regional veterinarian for Zoetis, will present a case-based lunch lecture on pruritus. Open to all CVM students.

  6. 29
    Mar

    Family Feud for the David Hilton Memorial Scholarship. Come watch as large animal and small animal doctors face off in a game of Family Feud! Please RSVP. Event is open to all students, faculty and staff. Contact information: Alec Repasy.3@osu.edu

  7. 30
    Mar

    The spring COMPAS conference on Thursday (3/30) and Friday (3/31) will focus on understanding global inequality. It will begin by considering two basic questions facing proponents of global justice: how to measure well-being as a way of assessing global inequalities and whether rich nations have a duty to alleviate poverty around the globe. We will then consider the significance of global inequality in domains that raise serious moral concerns, including global governance, trade, migration and LGBTQ rights.

  8. 30
    Mar
  9. 30
    Mar

    Dr. Stephen Hughes, Chief, Retroviral Replication Laboratory, Acting Chief, Host-Virus Interaction Branch, HIV Dynamics and Replication Program, National Cancer Institute will present: “Why Study HIV Reverse Transcription and Integration?”

  10. 30
    Mar

    SVECCS - Dr. Gerken will be giving a lunch lecture on GDV's. Please RSVP, food will be provided. Meeting is open to members only. Contact information: Julie Gao.930@osu.edu

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