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The 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.
A 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.
Eight 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.
Magnetic Resonance Imaging – or MRI, as most people know it – offers a glimpse inside the body without an incision. The Veterinary Medical Center now offers a 3-Tesla MRI for veterinary patients.
After an extensive national search, Rustin M. Moore, DVM, PhD, has been named the 11th dean of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine by Executive Vice President and Provost Joseph E. Steinmetz, PhD and Executive Vice President of Health Sciences and Chief Executive Officer, Wexner Medical Center Sheldon M. Retchin, MD, MSPH.
Dean King talks antibiotic resistance in a piece published June 29 in Buckeye Voices, a university blog with stories from faculty, staff and students. Topics range from research to student life to anything in between.
The article, "Managing antibiotic resistance: Can we prevent a zombie apocalypse?" discusses zoonotic diseases, the government's strategies for combating infectious diseases, One Health integration and more.
The Virginia Tech Alumni Association is holding a joint veterinary medicine tailgate for the Ohio State v. Virginia Tech football game on Sept. 7.
For $25, alumni, faculty, staff and students at the college will have access to a full meal, kegs of beer, games, etc. Parking hangtags will be mailed in August to allow for parking behind the complex. Click here to register.
June 29, 2015
Dr. Gwendolen Lorch, assistant professor in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, was featured in a Columbus CEO article about pets with allergy symptoms.
The health issues of captive black rhinoceros aren't too far off from human health problems, a recently published study reveals. As opposed to rhinos that live in the wild, captive black rhinos are at a much higher risk for metabolic conditions such as inflammation and insulin resistance.