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Research News: January 2011

  • News
    • Building for the Future
    • NIH recommends new translational Medicine and Therapeutics Center
    • Project REACH
  • Commercialization and licensing update
  • CVM Council for Research Update
  • Vet Student Summer Program update
  • Upcoming Seminars and Workshops
  • Grant Support office update

 

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BIOS Newsletter: December 2010

Dr. John Long family to donate $10,000 to VBS; Dr. Thomas Rosol invited to speak at Comprehensive Cancer Grand Rounds; Announcements; Selected features; Staff feature; Wellness news...

 

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Dr. Jeff Lakritz named inaugural Tharp Professor

Dr. Jeff LakritzDr. Jeff Lakritz, professor in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences and section head of the Veterinary Medical Center's Hospital for Farm Animals, has been named the inaugural Vernon L. Tharp Professor in Food Animal Medicine.

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The Honoring the Bond program at the Ohio State Veterinary Medical Center supports pet owners during emotionally difficult times. People faced with the critical illness of a beloved pet need to be able to discuss all the options available to make decisions focused on what is best for their animal and themselves, and the Honoring the Bond Program offers the support they need during this process. This program is funded in part through the generosity of Schoedinger Funeral Services, and primarily by the private donations of kind, concerned pet owners.

Connect to Veterinary Medicine: November 2010

Welcome to the November 2010 edition of the Connect to Veterinary Medicine, the latest news and information from the College of Veterinary Medicine at The Ohio State University.

Graduate Studies News: December 2010

Accreditation of MPH-VPN program; Student awards; P&G/Iams sponsorship of Summer Research positions; Council for Graduate Studies updates; Important reminders; Funding opportunities; Training and career development opportunities.

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