Tom Jackson and Buttons were inseparable friends, until feline chronic kidney disease (CKD) took Buttons away at the age of 14.
We are family. At The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, these three simple words encapsulate what it means to be part of a vibrant veterinary medicine community. Like most families, we have an innate curiosity about those who helped to shape the present. Who were they?
Dr. Hull is recognized for his dedication and contributions to the field of veterinary surgery.
Dr. Dondrae Coble brings education, encouragement – and fun – to the students of Columbus City Schools’ Health Sciences Academies at East High School
Teen “science cafes” around the country are bringing together students and professional scientists together in a fun, informal way. Dr.
College of Veterinary Medicine faculty leading efforts in Ohio State’s Infectious Diseases Institute
Infectious diseases are a leading cause of death worldwide and a major threat to the world’s food supply and natural resources. Modern science has the potential to control this threat, but the challenge requires a strategic, interdisciplinary research approach.
Dr. Gebreyes, DVM, PhD, received the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award from the North Carolina State College of Veterinary Medicine for his role as a “leading voice and innovative researcher in global health medicine.”
Interim Associate Dean for Academic Affairs, Dr. Susan Johnson, was recognized by Purdue University's College of Veterinary Medicine for her "distinguished career as a clinician, scientist, teacher and mentor."
Dr. Michael Oglesbee, professor of veterinary biosciences and interim director of the Infectious Diseases Institute (IDI), has been named permanent director of the IDI. As director, Dr.
When Katie met Tommy she was volunteering with the college’s Veterinary Outreach program This program partners the college with Faithful Forgotten Best Friends (FFBF), a 501c3 nonprofit focused on improving the quality of life for the pets of Franklin County's underserved and vulnerable populatio
While we have no confirmed cases of canine influenza virus (CIV) at the Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center (VMC), the following provides an overview of symptoms to watch for, what to do if your dog is showing