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April 11-14: Veterinary Medicine Celebrates Research Week

Research Week

"Advances in Veterinary Medicine Week" features Ohio State researchers presenting their latest work, as well as the annual "Research Day" in the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Renovations Facilitate Leading-Edge Patient Care

The Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center continually strives to be the best, and it now has newly renovated leading-edge facilities to excel in that quest.

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National Pet Dental Health Month

National Dental Health Month ImageFebruary is National Pet Dental Health Month. People brush their teeth every day, and the same should be true of your pets. Only about 2 percent of dog owners actually follow through by putting brush and paste to teeth.

Class of 1970 supports new Communication and Learning Center

Good veterinarians must be experts in cutting-edge animal medicine, and an education from the Ohio State College of Veterinary Medicine has long instilled such skills.

Great veterinarians, however, must know how to share that knowledge with clients; listening and talking to pet owners with both clarity and compassion.

And a gift from the Veterinary College's Class of 1970 will ensure future graduates begin their careers with those skills as well.

Celebrating Ohio State's newest IOM member

In December, the College of Veterinary Medicine hosted a reception to honor Dr. Michael Lairmore, associate dean for Research and Graduate Studies, professor, Department of Veterinary Biosciences, and associate director for Shared Resources at the Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center (OSUCCC), who was recently named to the Institute of Medicine, one of the highest honors awarded to scientists in the biomedical fields.

Holiday Safety Tips for Pet Owners

Happy holidays from the College of Veterinary Medicine! Here are 5 tips to help keep your pets safe this season:Cat and Dog Santa

Fighting global epidemics through virus research

Dr. SaifDiseases do not respect borders or even species barriers, causing suffering in both humans and animals. They indiscriminately infect the wealthy and the poor, the young and the elderly. Dr. Linda Saif, Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine is part of the Food Animal Health Research Program at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center.