Today, we are taking a moment to be grateful for our supporters! The students who entrust us with their education, the animal owners who trust us to care for their animals, the supporters who generously fund important projects that help us advance health for animals and people.
April 6-11 is National Public Health Week, sponsored by the American Public Health Association. The world of veterinary medicine is laregely involved in public health initiatives, and one way the College of Veterinary Medicine is taking part in National Public Health Week is with the Farm to Table Luncheon and Vendor Fair, which will be held April 9 in the Ross Heart Hospital Auditorium & Lobby.
The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine is proud to host the 2015 American Pre-Veterinary Medical Association (APVMA)
Symposium, an annual three-day event, which will be held at the Hilton Hotel (Downtown) connected to the Convention Center, and Saturday wetlabs at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine. The APVMA
Symposium is one of the largest pre-vet conferences in the country, welcoming
close to 600 pre-vet students from around the country, admissions personnel,
The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine is ranked #5 in the nation by the U.S. News & World Report's most recent survey (March 2015). Typically, veterinary schools are ranked every four years. Established in 1885, the college has led the veterinary profession for 130 years, providing expertise in animal health, research, teaching and community involvement.
The College of Veterinary Medicine, in collaboration with the
Veterinary Medical Center, invites you to attend a new series of short online
lunchtime lectures. There is no fee to
participate and the series is approved for continuing education credit. The first
series will be presented by Dr. Cathy Langston, and will explore topics
surrounding nephrology. Click here for a more detailed description of dates, times and topics.
Dr. Lonnie King was honored with the 2014 Veterinarian of the Year award at the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association's annual Midwest Veterinary Conference. Dean of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr.
The Health Professionals Summit is an annual interprofessional event organized by students intended to improve understanding of issues affecting the delivery and practice of One Health and increase collaboration among future health-professional leaders. The event is brought to you by students from The Ohio State University schools of dentistry, law, medicine, nursing, pharmacy, public health, optometry, social work and veterinary medicine with support from Inter-Professional Council and Buckeyes Without Borders.
will tell you that her dog Macy is a typical Doberman. “She’s very smart,” Kaleigh
said, adding how the 8-year-old pup loves people, knows lots of tricks, is
great with kids and was easy to train.