Effective February 27, Dr. Lord will be responsible for developing a strategy to promote MAH as a trusted business partner to North American Veterinary Schools and other allied industry partners.
Dr. Susan Johnson and Dr. Dondrae Coble have accepted interim positions as Associate Dean of Academic Affairs and Assistant Dean for Admissions and Student Affairs to provide leadership to and support of the Office of Professional Programs.
While many are aware of Dr. Bertone’s excellence as a highly successful and productive scientist, educator, and veterinary clinician/surgeon, fewer are aware of her contributions to enhance gender equality and faculty advancement.
Veterinary Preventive Medicine faculty members, Drs. Rebecca Garabed (team lead), Jason Stull and Wondwossen Gebreyes as well as MPH-VPH student, Pallavi Oruganti, have just received a Connect and Collaborate Grant through the Office of Academic Affairs for their the concrete investigation of human-animal bond. This research explores the costs and benefits of human-animal interactions in rural children.
Because some of you may have experienced difficulty with the audio during the live broadcast of Buckeye Smart: The Power of a Pet, we have re-recorded the presentation for you as a podcast.
Join us on TUESDAY for the Facebook Live broadcast of "Buckeye Smart: The Power of a Pet" starting at 12 p.m. EST. The presentation will reveal how the College of Veterinary Medicine is working to provide veterinary care to the pets of Franklin County's underserved and vulnerable populations and showcase the dynamic and powerful relationship between people and animals (pets).
The Pelotonia Fellowship Program is now accepting applications for Undergraduate, Graduate, Medical, Pharmacy, Dental and Postdoctoral Student fellowships. These fellowships are for cancer related projects in ANY field of study.
Your favorite canine behavior expert is coming to Ohio State! Award-winning author/animal behaviorist, Dr. Patricia McConnell will be speaking and doing a book signing for her new book “The Education of Will” and we are one of her first stops on her tour.
Dear Members of the College of Veterinary Medicine Family, It is with sadness I inform you that our college has lost a legendary alumnus, emeritus professor, role model, dear friend, and a humble and caring man. Dr. William “Bill” L. Ingalls passed away on December 24 at age 98. His funeral service will be held Friday, December 30 at 1 p.m. at the Schoedinger Worthington Chapel, 6699 N. High Street in Worthington, and his family will receive friends from 11 a.m.