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Two new conferences available
This March, two new conferences for those interested in alpacas and llamas will take place at the College of Veterinary Medicine. Hosted by the Office of Continuing Education in the college, courses offer intensive learning opportunities as well as continuing education credit.
Drs. Tod Drost and Patrick Burns talk about MRI on a dog
Biomedical imaging at the Wright Center of Innovation in Biomedical Imaging is featured in this week's new episode of "O-H-I-O" on the Big 10 Network, including interviews with Dr. Tod Drost, radiologist, and Patrick Burns, clinical instructor, both in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, and featuring an MRI on a dog.
View the video (5:44 in length)
Dr. McLoughlin's Gordon Setter wins at 2010 Westminster Dog Show
Dr. Mary McLoughlin's six-year-old male Gordon Setter, "Carson," won the "Best in Breed" for Gordon Setters at the 2010 Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden on Tuesday, February 16, and placed 3rd out of 29 dogs in the Sporting Breed Group. Dr. McLoughlin, DVM, MS Diplomate ACVS, is an associate professor in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences.
Public is invited to â€œAlleviating Poverty Through Entrepreneurshipâ€
Omega Tau Sigma fraternity designs community service project to involve the College of Veterinary Medicine
Highlighting Ohio State's advancements in clinical veterinary medicine
Commencement was held Sunday, December 13
Commencement was held Sunday, December 13 in the Schottenstein Center on The Ohio State University Campus
Dr. Akikazu Ishihara received his Ph.D. in Veterinary Biosciences
Advisor: Dr. Alicia Bertone
Thesis: "Gene and cell-based BMP-2 and -6 gene therapy for equine bone regeneration"
$1.2 million supports eight studies
The Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) has awarded researchers at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Ohio State eight grants totaling more than $1.2 million dollars. Dogs, cats, horses and even alpacas are the beneficiaries of the studies that examine a variety of health issues, from the characterization of cancerous tumors to enriching the lives of animals housed in shelters.