News

Veterinary Medical Center News: Autumn 2009

Police dog survives gunshot; Team approach saves lives; Message from the chair/director; Donations needed for future "heroes"; Camelid specialist shares experience; Cross-country horse requires care; Neurology services re-established...

Veterinary Medical Center News: Spring 2009

Hope for horses with cancer; Dog travels 6,700 miles for surgery; 'Tricky' diagnosis requires expertise; OSU a leader in joint replacement; Expanded obstetrics service; Behavioral Medicine Clinic...

Veterinary Medical Center News: Autumn 2008

Vet Medical Center offers 24/7 care; Canine rehabilitation helps patients make great strides; Supporting canine rehab; Healing Utah: Intensive care saves baby burro; Betty and her babies; Healthy weight pays off for pets; Keeping indoor cats healthy...

Veterinary Medical Center News: Winter 2008

Community Practice program expands services; Loving Lucy longer; Cancer risk in dogs; Sharky Spur; New technology improves treatment; Working together for better health...

Join our Komen for the Cure Team

Pink week activities being planned now

A College of Veterinary Medicine team has been formed for the Komen for the Cure walk/race scheduled for Saturday, May 15. The deadline to register online for the College of Veterinary Medicine team is April 23. To register, go to: www.komencolumbus.org and click on the "register today" button and the "join a team" button. The team name is "OSU College of Veterinary Medicine". No password is needed to register for the team. Usually about half of the team runs each year and the rest walk.

Advances in Veterinary Medicine Day

Annual research day Thursday, April 8

BIOS Newsletter: April 2010

Dr. Lawrence Mathes Begins New Journey as Emeritus Faculty; Dr. Michael Lairmore Appointed New Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies; Dr. Mary Jo Burkhard Appointed Interim Assistant Director of Client Relations in the Veterinary Medical Center

Clinical Sciences faculty receive prestigious national awards

Drs. Teresa Burns and John Hubbell recognized by AAVC

The American College of Veterinary Clinicians (AAVC) has recognized Dr. John Hubbell with the 2010 Clinical Faculty Achievement Award and Dr. Teresa Burns with the 2010 Large Animal Residency Award. All member institutions of the AAVC are allowed to nominate one resident and one faculty member annually for the awards. It is unusual for both nominees from a single institution to win their respective award.