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Tuesday, Executive Vice President and Provost Joseph A. Alutto announced that he is recommending to President Gee that Lonnie J. King, Ruth Stanton Chair in Veterinary Medicine and dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine, be appointed as the executive dean of the health sciences. Subject to approval by the Board of Trustees, his appointment is effective immediately.
Dr. Rebecca Garabed, assistant professor in the Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine and Ohio State colleagues Drs. Mark Moritz (Department of Anthropology), Song Liang (College of Public Health), Ningchuan Xiao (Department of Geography) were recently awarded a $1.4 million dollar grant from the National Science Foundation.
News at the College
- OSU CVM Welcomes Dr. Schelhorn
- Dr. Rosol elected to AVMA Council on Research
- Drs. DeWille and Leone awarded Pelotonia Idea Grant
- Save the Date Biomedical Shared Resources Workshop Sept.
Dr. Mary McLoughlin, associate professor in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences and small animal soft tissue surgeon, is featured in an upcoming episode of Dogs 101 airing on Animal Planet Saturday, September 25 at 11 a.m. (according to their website). The segment is on the Gordon Setter and was filmed at the Veterinary Medical Center and Dr. McLoughlin’s home in March. Her Gordon Setter, Carson, was a winner at the 2010 Westminster Dog Show held in February.
Dr. Tracy Carlson receives National Institutes of Health Career Development K01 Award to study tuberculosis; CVM student wins Pelotonia graduate fellowship; Welcome new graduate students; Council for Graduate Studies updates; Job and Career opportunities...
Summer Research Students take home awards at Merial-NIH Veterinary School Symposium; College alumna active in Anthrax investigation; Best mentoring practices; Student reminders; Career development and grant opportunities; Congratulations recent graduates...
The College of Veterinary Medicine has long-term partnership with the Ohio Department of Rehabilitation and Corrections, which operates 10 farms in Ohio. They raise and process their own animals to provide food to the 51,000 inmates in 32 institutions across the state. “We are their veterinarians,” Explains Dr. Fernando Silveira, assistant professor in the Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine. “We act as consultants from conception to consumer – breeding to processing.