Dr. William "Bill" Saville passed away unexpectedly at home on January 8, 2018. He has been with the the College of Veterinary Medicine since 1993 and the Veterinary Preventive Medicine Department since 1998.
Dr. Lauren Pagliughi will be delivering a lunch lecture on a TBD topic regarding small animal nutrition. Open to all students with preference to Class of 2021. Contact Katherine Dowling.email@example.com to RSVP. Food will be provided.
We invite you back to campus to reconnect with classmates and faculty, renew long-lost friendships, meet current students, and see how the college has grown.
The 41st Annual Ohio State Fall Symposium will be held November 4-5, 2017 at the Columbus Hilton at Easton Town Center.
The 2017 Ohio State & Royal Canin Symposium will focus on feline medicine with topics on anesthesia, pain management, dermatology, orthopedics, dentistry, nutrition and internal medicine. Experienced clinical experts and researchers will share their approaches to diagnosis and treatment strategies that you can immediately incorporate into your practice.
Dr. Basil DuBois Ward (DVM, 49’) passed away on March 10, 2017, at ninety-three years of age. Basil was born in Oxford, Ohio on January 17, 1924. He studied Veterinary Medicine at The Ohio State University, graduating in 1949. From 1950 until 1962, he operated an Animal Veterinary Practice in Edgerton, Wisconsin. Commencing in 1962 until his retirement in 1985, Basil worked for the U.S.
Veterinary Public Health Club is hosting a free CE event to give clinicians, technicians, faculty and staff, and students the tools to prepare themselves, their clients, and their communities for disaster.
This year's Vets for Pets 5k charity race will benefit the Capital Area Humane Society. Walkers and runners are both welcome, as are their furry friends!
The Dairy Cattle Welfare Symposium: Intersection of Best Practices and Sustainability
Veterinary Preventive Medicine faculty members received a Connect and Collaborate Grant for their the concrete investigation of human-animal bond.This research explores the costs and benefits of human-animal interactions in rural children.
Dr. Jeff LeJeune has been recruited by the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization to provide technical advice, and to help launch and coordinate several UN antibiotic resistance initiatives.