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All Sides with Ann Fisher hosts Dr. Herron

"What Pet Should I Get?" by Dr. SeussThe new Dr. Seuss book, What Pet Should I Get?, tells a tale of the indecisiveness involved in choosing a pet. 

National Academy of Sciences Research Regulations committee meets with Sen. Alexander

The Committee on Federal Regulations and Reporting Requirements: A New Framework for Research Universities in the 21st Century met in July for the fifth time in Washington D.C. with U.S. Sen. Lamar Alexander, R- Tenn., to discuss legislative strategies in restructuring federal regulations on scientific research.

Veterinary nutritionist Dr. Parker talks dog treats

Free-use dog treat imageAssistant Clinical Professor Dr. Valerie Parker was recently featured in a multi-part article about buying the right dog treats, published in Men's Journal

Faculty member, recent alumnus featured in new Ohio State video short

The university recently released a video called "Columbus: What lies beyond the classroom," which features numerous young, successful Ohio State alumni speaking about their undergraduate experiences, including Dr. Randy Bond, who received his Bachleor's degree from Ohio State in 2009. 

Dr. Herron speaks on choosing the right pet for your lifestyle

How many factors should be taken into account when choosing a pet? According to the Columbus Dispatch, 12. 

Featured Summer Research Program story: Students study genes involved in cancer formation

From left: Second-year students Marisa Maglaty and Alexander DiedrichSecond-year students Alexander Diedrich and Marisa Maglaty are inspecting genes that are scientifically correlated with the development of various cancers.

Irregular cell cycles, such as the loss of control over cell growth or cell death, underlie many human and animal cancers.

Top international honor from APLU goes to Dr. Gebreyes

Dr. Wondwossen GebreyesThe Michael P. Malone International Leadership Award is given annually by the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities to individuals who have made substantial contributions to public, land-grant institutions at an international level. This year, Dr.

Interdisciplinary team studies spread of foot-and-mouth disease in Cameroon

Dr. Garabed and colleagues posing OHIO in CameroonA team of Ohio State researchers has been collecting valuable data about the transmission of foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) in Cameroon for the past five years, while accounting for anthropologic, geographic, public health and veterinary aspects. 

From research to the marketplace: Faculty member heads team in new statewide effort

free use imageEight teams were selected throughout Ohio to take part in I-Corps@Ohio, a new program with a goal of turning university research into commercial products.