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Graduate Studies Newsletter: June 2010

Comparative and Veterinary Medicine Graduate Program Approved; Summer Research Program launched; Awards and recognition; Research symposiuim; Announcements; Meetings; Life Sciences and Chemistry Career Day...

Dr. Christopher Adin wins KL2 Scholar Career Development Award

Dr. Christopher Adin, assistant professor of Small Animal Surgery in the Ohio State University Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, was recently selected by the Center for Clinical and Translational Science (CCTS) for a KL2 Scholar Career Development award. Highly competitive, the award is funded by the NIH Clinical and Translational Science Award to The Ohio State University.

Greyhound Health and Wellness Program offers new service

Subscription-based website for owners and veterinarians

New veterinarians honored on Saturday, June 12

Awards ceremony, and annual Oath and Hooding

Faculty experts featured in Columbus Dispatch

Dr. Linda Lord and Dr. Tony Buffington both quoted

Dr. Linda Lord, assistant professor, Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine and Dr. Tony Buffington, professor, Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences were both quoted about the current cat over population problem in Central Ohio in The Columbus Dispatch story, “So many kittens without a home”

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Connect to Veterinary Medicine: May 2010

News at the College; Alumni News; Across Campus; Upcoming Events;

Road Construction Updates

Changes to traffic flows in and around the college

The second phase of the State Route 315 construction project is scheduled to begin the day after Spring Commencement, June 14 and run through early September.  During this time, traffic will be shifted to the northbound lanes so that construction crews can work on the eight bridges and three miles of highway in the southbound lanes between I-670 and Ackerman Road. 

Safe Summer program on WCMH-TV, Channel 4

Story Features Shelter Medicine Club President Jessica Vittek

Morris Animal Foundation awards fellowship for feline cancer research

Amanda Feline Fellowship granted to Dr. Smitha Pillai

The Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) granted an Amanda Feline Fellowship to Dr. Smitha Pillai to study oral cancer treatment. She will receive $100,000 for her two-year fellowship. Her fellowship is one of two awarded by the MAF this year. Another fellowship was awarded to Colorado State University.

BIOS Newsletter: June 2010

Morris Animal Foundation Fellowship Awarded for Feline Cancer Research; Dr. Michael Lairmore appointed Director of the Comparative Animal Core; Selected publications; Staff feature...