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Dr. Guillermo Couto, professor of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, was featured in the August edition of Columbus Monthly. The full article will be available online when the next edition comes out in September. Dr. Couto is one of the world’s leading experts on greyhounds and runs the Greyhound Health and Wellness Program (GHWP) at Ohio State.
Dr. Clare Allen, program coordinator for Academic Studies at The Ohio State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, recently graduated from the HERS Bryn Mawr Summer Institute, held June 19-July 3 at Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania. The Summer Institute, a 36-year partnership between Bryn Mawr College and Higher Education Resource Services (HERS) is the premier residential professional development program dedicated to advancing women leaders in higher education administration.
Judi Stella, PhD student, received 2nd place in a poster competition hosted by the International Society for Applied Ethology. The 45th Congress of the International Society for Applied Ethology was held July 31- August 4 in Indianapolis, IN. Judi’s poster was titled “Effects of stressors on the behavior and physiology of domestic cats.” Judi is currently working on her PhD in Comparative and Veterinary Medicine with a specialization in applied ethology and welfare, co-advised by Drs. Candace Croney and Tony Buffington.
Congratulations to our most recent Masters of Public Health (MPH) graduates for their hard work and dedication! Sixty-one students have now graduated with the MPH degree specializing in Veterinary Public Health (VPH).
The VPH specialization in the MPH program is a partnership between the College of Veterinary Medicine and the College of Public Health. This unique degree allows students to learn the animal and human sides of disease in order to more effectively understand zoonotic diseases that can be passed between humans and animals.
Dr. Linda Lord was interviewed for an article about a proposed microchip law for pets claimed or adopted from shelters in California. Dr. Lord was involved in a study that looked at 53 shelters in 23 states between August 2007 and March 2008. The study found that lost pets that have been microchipped and are brought into shelters are reunited with their owners in three out of four cases. If the proposed law passes, it will be the first microchip law in the United States. Please follow the links to read the full article.
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About the College of Veterinary Medicine at Ohio State
Wendy Kuceyeski, a senior veterinary student, was the first student to intern with Superior North Mobile Veterinary Services in Ontario, Canada. “My family has had a cottage in northern Ontario for the past 25 years,” Wendy said. “Last year I saw a posting for a mobile veterinary clinic that visited the town and decided to call.” Dr. Carl Bowyer, a graduate of the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College, owns the mobile clinic which services the north shore of Lake Superior from the city of Terrace Bay in the east to Chapleau in the west.
Dr. Catherine Kohn will be featured on "Ask the Vet" sponsored by theHorse.com. "Ask the Vet" is a series of online articles and live chats designed to allow horse owners to get sound advice on a number of equine topics. Dr. Kohn is one of the featured experts for a webinar titled "Healthy, Safe Trailering" and will be answering questions and offering trailering advice to webinar participants. Dr. Kohn will be featured on the live webinar on Tuesday, Aug. 2, from 8-9 p.m. Eastern U.S. time (5-6 p.m. Pacific).
Dr. Jeff Lakritz, professor of Veterinary Clincal Sciences at the College of Veterinary Medicine, was recently interviewed by 10TV News for a story concerning milk safety. Milk is routinely tested for the presence of antibiotics before it is distributed to stores. Milk safety protocol seems to be effective as the Ohio Department of Agriculture reports that in the last 15 years, no antibiotics have been detected in finished milk products.