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Study shows antibody cocktail neutralizes Hendra variant 
Studies: 3rd dose generates enough antibodies for BA.2, deltacron, new sublineages
Over the last three years, the college’s faculty, staff, alumni and external stakeholders have identified goals for DVM graduates, created a new curriculum framework rooted in an evidence-based concept.
New line-item state funding will allow the college to hire and retain top faculty and staff talent, conduct innovative research to advance animal and human health, and make a veterinary medical education more accessible and affordable.
We would like to share President Johnson’s statement on HB 616: 
Evolving veterinary standards to benefit both pets and their human families is a goal shared by The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine and Thrive Pet Healthcare.
New data show that booster vaccine doses provide significantly stronger and broader protection for patients with cancer against SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) and its most recent, highly transmissible variant, Omicron.
Emeritus Professor George Wilson, VMD, MS ‘59, Diplomate ACVS, passed away on Monday, December 13, 2021. A founding member of the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences in 1970, Dr. Wilson held many leadership roles at the college during his career.
With the knowledge that human, animal and environmental health are intertwined, researchers at five of The Ohio State University’s colleges and its medical center are uniquely positioned to collaborate on a “one health” approach to battle antibiotic resistance and help prevent the next global hea