2011 News

Renovations Facilitate Leading-Edge Patient Care

The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center continually strives to be the best, and it now has newly renovated leading-edge facilities to excel in that quest.

Renovated Room 1

March - April 2011

Topics

  • Dental work increases in importance...
  • Updating the blood bank...
  • Interventional medicine suite...
  • Small animal internal medicine space...
  • Improvements mean improved treatments...
  • Hearing testing now available...
  • Clinical Trails...

Read more

January - February 2011

Topics

  • Referring veterinarians provide valuation input...
  • Farm animal and equine veterinary practitioner advancement board meeting...
  • Small animal veterinary practitiioner advancement board meeting...
  • Welcome new faculty...
  • Clinical Trials...

Read more

November - December 2010

Topics

  • Innovative approaches to Urologic disease...
  • Interventional medicine for urinary disease...
  • Clinical Trials...
  • Cystoscopic-guided biopsy of lesions...
  • Artificial urethral sphincter...
  • Urolithiasis in Small Ruminants...
  • Innovative method of mechanical litrotripsy...

Read more

September - October 2010

Topics

  • Comparative orthopedics...
  • Arthroscopic procedure provides diagnosis and treatment...
  • Clinical Trials...
  • Total knee replacement in the dog...
  • Cells can be engineered to make bone and help patients...
  • Kristine McComis - A Legacy...
  • Ohio State at the forefront in Total Hip Replacement...

Read more

July - August 2010

Topics

  • Dermatology and Otology service...
  • Managing chronic otitis and hearing loss...
  • Continuity of Care and Owner Dedication...
  • Allergen-Specific immunotherapy...

Read more

RetroActive News - 2010 Highlights

  • Stephen P. Goff presented with Distinguished Career Award
  • Lawrence Mathes honored with 40+ years of University service
  • Michael Lairmore elected to the Institute of Medicine
  • Publications
  • Grant Awards and Graduates

Research results published in Journal of Biological Chemistry

A cancer-causing retrovirus exploits key proteins in its host cells to extend the life of those cells, thereby prolonging its own survival and ability to spread, according to a new study by researchers at The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James) and Ohio State's College of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Lairmore and Dr. Boris-Lawrie elected to fellowship

Three Ohio State University faculty members have been elected to fellowship in the American Academy of Microbiology.

The new 2011 fellows are Dr. Michael Lairmore and Dr. Kathleen Boris-Lawrie, both professors of veterinary biosciences and members of the Viral Oncology Program of the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center, and Dr. Larry Schlesinger, professor of internal medicine and director of the Center for Microbial Interface Biology.

Connect to Veterinary Medicine: February 2011

Welcome to the February 2011 edition of the Connect to Veterinary Medicine, the latest news and information from the College of Veterinary Medicine at The Ohio State University.