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Past Events

  1. 19
    May

    Where

    Room 1103 Veterinary Medical Center

    Who

    All interested are encouraged to attend

    Information

    Dr. Andrea Monnig, candidate for faculty position in Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care will present, "Stress-Related Mucosal Disease."

  2. 18
    May

    Where

    Veterinary Medical Center auditorium

    Who

    All interested are invited to RSVP and attend

    Information

    SCAVMA is pleased to present: "The Clark County Dog Rescue Case – Lessons in Managing a Large Scale Hoarding Case"

  3. 18
    May

    Where

    Room 1103 Veterinary Medical Center

    Who

    All interested are invited to attend

    Information

    Dr. Corey Griffiths, candidate for faculty position in Community Practice, will present, "Basics of the Physiology and Interpretation of Electrocardiography."

  4. 17
    May

    Where

    Goss Laboratory Room 322

    Who

    All interested are invited to attend

    Information

    New Roche xCELLigence Real Time, Label Free Cell Analysis Systems and
    Next Generation Transfection Reagents

    >By Dr. Charles Hardwick- Roche Field
    Applications Specialist

    Franco Dattilo- Sales Specialist/Cell
    Analysis

  5. 17
    May

    Where

    Room 1103 Veterinary Medical Center

    Who

    All interested are encouraged to attend

    Information

    Dr. Jill Yaissle, candidate for faculty position in Small Animal Community Practice, will present, "The Importance of Client Communication."

  6. 16
    May

    Where

    Wexner Auditorium

    Who

    All interested are encouraged to attend

    Information

    Han Yin, MS (advisor: Dr. Green) will present, "Human T-cell Leukemia virus type 2 (HTLV-2) encoded APH02 is dispensable for viral infectivity and persistence in vivo."

  7. 16
    May

    Where

    Veterinary Medical Center room 1103

    Who

    All interested are encoraged to attend

    Information

    Dr. Gary Puglia, candidate for faculty position in small animal emergency and critical care will present, "Antiplatelet effect of aspirin therapy in dogs."

  8. 14
    May

    Where

    OTS House, 4673 Kenny Road

    Who

    All faculty, staff, students and family are invited to attend.

    Information

    • Live band
    • Survivors free
      • Oaties and Alumni free
      • Komen Race for the Cure participants - $5
      • all others -$10

    Admission covers drinks and food.

  9. 14
    May

    Where

    Streets of Columbus, Ohio

    Who

    All faculty, staff and students are encouraged to participate.

    Information

    Komen Columbus "Race for the Cure" Schedule

    Streets will begin to close by 7:15 am.

  10. 14
    May

    For more information on this continuing education opportunity please visit the conference webpage or contact the Office of Veterinary Continuing Education (614) 292-8727 vetmedce@osu.edu

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