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There are 36.9 million people worldwide living with HIV, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Now, more than ever, a cure for HIV is in sight, thanks to researchers like Dr. Sanggu Kim, who joined the college's faculty in January.
Quincy, Jennifer and Steve Trotta's Golden retriever, had some of his semen frozen 16 years ago at Ohio State's Veterinary Medical Center before he passed away. This spring, his legacy was finally passed on to three healthy Golden retriever puppies.
Flowers are known for sprucing up the environment, and less known for posing a significant threat to pets. One of the deadliest flowers a cat owner can bring into their home -despite its beauty- is the lily.
Dean Rustin Moore will be among the scheduled presenters at this Saturday’s, fifth annual TEDxOhioStateUniversity. His presentation, “The Power of a Pet” will explore the benefits of the human-animal bond.
This year’s theme, “Reconstructing Reality”, will feature students, faculty, staff, and alumni as speakers and performers who will inspire and challenge our concepts of science, technology, history, and life.
Dr. Takele Tadesse Adafrie, vice president of Research and Community Services at the University of Gondar, has been visiting Ohio State since Feb. 13 with the goal of developing long-term strategic partnerships in research, service-learning.
Dr. Rustin Moore, dean and Ruth Stanton Chair in Veterinary Medicine, was inducted into the International Equine Veterinarian Hall of Fame on Feb. 4 at the 13th annual International Hoof-Care Summit in Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture collaborated with the college to hold a training session on antimicrobial use and resistance in agriculture. The college was proud to host keynote speakers from the USDA, CDC and FDA.
Dr. Ed Cooper, head of Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care at the Veterinary Medical Center, shares the extremely positive impact that the VMC's new Intensive Care Unit has had in an article on Ohio State's blog, Buckeye Voices.
Two faculty members from the College of Veterinary Medicine, Drs. Jeffrey T. LeJeune and Chang-Won Lee, were involved in a multi-state effort to reduce respiratory diseases in poultry. Their work has helped protect the the nation's food supply.
In November, Ohio State hosted the Intercollegiate Animal Welfare Judging Contest, in which students are tested on their ability to assess the welfare of animals. A team of four students from the college won first place overall in the veterinary division.