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- Ohio State with its international partners launched the "1st International Congress on Pathogens at the Human-Animal Interface (ICOPHAI)".
- Ohio State Officials met with President of Ethiopia
- VPM International Programs hosted USDA Borlaug Fellows from Bulgaria and Mexico
- Annual Retreat of the NIH Fogarty International Program
- Ohio State students completed Summer Global Service Learning Projects
- Global Veterinary Medicine and Public Health- Elective Course (VPM 693)
- Funding Opportunities in Global Health
- National Institute of Health
- American Society of Microbiology Opportunities
Dr. Michael Oglesbee named Chair of the Department of Veternary Biosciences; Dr. Thomas Rosol invited to serve on an international expert review panel; 2011 ACVP awards and achievements; Dr. Clarence Cole makes generous gift to the department; Selected publications; Staff feature; Wellness news...
Please be advised that the administrative offices of the College of Veterinary Medicine will be closed the following days in observance of the holidays:
Monday, December 26
Tuesday, December 27
Monday, January 2
The Veterinary Medical Center will remain open for emergencies. When possible, please contact the clinic (614-292-3551) to let us know you are on your way, so we can be prepared for your arrival. Walk-ins are also welcome.
About the College of Veterinary Medicine at Ohio State
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The holidays are a fun time to relax and enjoy the company of family and friends, including our beloved pets. The holiday season may also present opportunities for new sites, smells- and sometimes dangers- for our pets.
News at the College
2011 Innovator of the Year
Dr. Yasuko Rikihisa, professor in the Department of Veterinary Biosciences, has been named The Ohio State University 2011 Innovator of the Year. Additionally, Dr. Gustavo Schuenemann, assistant professor in the Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine, and Dairy Extension Specialist, was nominated for the Early Career Innovator of the Year Award. Dr. Caroline Whitacre, vice president in the Office of Research, announced the awards at the November Research Day event held at the Ohio Union. Dr.
Dr. Linda Lord, associate professor in the Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine, started as the new Associate Dean of Student Affairs in July. Her position plays a key role in the support, advocacy, recruitment, admissions, counseling, and scholarship management for our veterinary students. Dr. Lord is also the current president of the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association (OVMA).
Dr. Yasuko Rikihisa named 2011 OSU Innovator of the Year; Dr. Patrick Green awarded a Pelotonia Idea Grant; Dr. Duncan Russell accepts position as Assistant Professor Clinical Track; Dr. Jeff Reiswig joins the Anatomy Teaching Team as Auxiliary Assistant Professor (Clinical); Dr. Thomas Rosol completed his Trade Mission to China and chaired an external expert review panel; Alumni visit the department; Visiting scholar in the Department of Veterinary Biosciences; Selected publications; Staff feature; Announcements; Wellnews news...
College of Veterinary Medicine well represented at the Sixth International Equine Conference on Laminitis and Diseases of the Foot
The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine was well represented at the Sixth International Equine Conference on Laminitis and Diseases of the Foot held in West Palm Beach, Florida from October 29-3, with seven members and affiliates of the college in attendance. The conference assembles leading-edge scientists, practitioners, and farriers from around the world, as well as committed horse owners and caretakers, to share the latest knowledge and experience in preventing and treating laminitis and other conditions affecting horses’ feet.