The LeJeune Laboratory has been working on understanding the ecology and mechanisms of how antibiotic resistance is spread, from bacteria to bacteria, from farm to farm and around the world.
Paving a Path to Success: Alumnus establishes innovative internship to help new graduates become practice owners
Dr. Dave Haeussler is using his 36 years of experience to help the next generation of veterinarians to become practice owners.
Vet Med surpasses $75 million goal to raise over $136 million during the "But for Ohio State" capital campaign.
Congratulations to our HOWLoween costume contest winners!
Dress up your dog this Halloween for a chance to win a 9-month supply of Blue Buffalo Dog Treats from the Blue Buffalo Veterinary Clinical Trials Office.
Roger Fingland, executive director and chief medical officer of the Veterinary Medical System Fingland, a 1981 graduate of the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine, was named the 2016 Alumnus of the Year.
Watch as Dr. Tammy Miller ('99) of BluePearl Veterinary Partners performs an eye exam on Joseph the lion at Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, Florida.
In Veterinary Student Survival Guide, members from the Class of 2019 provide insight into the life of veterinary students and show incoming students how to navigate the college and capitalize on their resources.
CDC has awarded more than $14 million to fund new approaches to combat antibiotic resistance. The Veterinary Medicine study will evaluate potential discharge of antibiotic resistance bacteria from hospital sewage and test a technology to prevent it.
When Robert and William Kerpsack graduated from the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1956, they became the first set of twins to ever graduate at the same time in the college’s history.