2010 News

Connect to Veterinary Medicine: June 2007

Osteosarcoma study seeks canine participants, alumni golf outing, student awards and Class of 2007 gift, continuing education, alumni updates, Vet Med in the News

June 22, 2007

Volume 1, Issue 16

Holiday Safety Tips for Pet Owners

What owners need to know to keep pets safe this holiday season

By Meghan Herron, DVM, DACVB, Clinical Instructor, Behavioral Medicine, and Hannah Minch, DVM, Clinical Instructor, Small Animal Community Practice

Orthopedic Surgeons Provide Continuing Education to Veterinarians in Bogotá, Colombia

Drs. Allen and Au participate in the Congress in Canine Orthopedics

By Kristine McComis

White Coat Ceremony celebrates student learning

Students now enter their clinical – and final year. Photos available for participants

Veterinary students celebrated the completion of their third year of classroom learning at the "White Coat Ceremony," a formal ceremony signifying their entry in to the clinical portion of the DVM program, during which they received their white lab coats. The 2010 event was held at the Columbus Athenaeum, on March 27.

Ohio State Josh Project wins big at SAVMA

The Ohio State University Student Chapter of the American Veterinary Medical Association (SCAVMA) raised money last year to purchase 250 Josh Kits for children facing pre-admission testing at Nationwide Children's Hospital. In addition to making a scary experience a little brighter for those kids, they were awarded first place at last month's SAVMA Symposium. They were recognized for raising more money than any other SCAVMA chapter in the country for the first time since the competition began. Students in SCAVMA hosted monthly bake sales and other fundraising events throughout the year.

Veterinary Medical Center Wish List

Your gift can make a big difference to an animal in need. Our excellent patient care is thanks in part to clients like you who have chosen to make a difference in the lives of animals. A tax-deductible gift to The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center enhances the lives of our future patients as well as our faculty, staff, and students. Questions about the items on our wish list and other programs that need support can be directed towards our development office at (614) 688-8160.

Veterinary Medical Center News: Autumn 2009

Police dog survives gunshot; Team approach saves lives; Message from the chair/director; Donations needed for future "heroes"; Camelid specialist shares experience; Cross-country horse requires care; Neurology services re-established...

Veterinary Medical Center News: Spring 2009

Hope for horses with cancer; Dog travels 6,700 miles for surgery; 'Tricky' diagnosis requires expertise; OSU a leader in joint replacement; Expanded obstetrics service; Behavioral Medicine Clinic...

Veterinary Medical Center News: Autumn 2008

Vet Medical Center offers 24/7 care; Canine rehabilitation helps patients make great strides; Supporting canine rehab; Healing Utah: Intensive care saves baby burro; Betty and her babies; Healthy weight pays off for pets; Keeping indoor cats healthy...