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"Focus-Forward Weekend: Charting the course for the future of veterinary medicine," from Thursday (8/12)-Saturday (8/14) at the Fawcett Center, will provide an opportunity for faculty, staff, alumni, friends, university administrators and industry partners to explore the veterinary profession's r
The 10th Annual Merial NIH National Veterinary Scholars Symposium took place in early August at the University of Georgia. Faculty and staff accompanied 11 Ohio State students from the college's Summer Research Program and one graduate student from the college to the symposium.
Collaboration with Channels 6 (ABC affiliate) and 28 (Fox affiliate) is currently underway to put together a news/advertising campaign focused on the Veterinary Medical Center called "Healthier World for Animals." The main part of the campaign will run during the week of August 16: five 90-second
Welcome to the August 2010 Alumni Reunion Weekend Special Edition of Connect to Veterinary Medicine, offering the latest news and information from the College of Veterinary Medicine at The Ohio State University.
Dr. Ian Davis awarded NIH R01 grant; Dr. Michael Lairmore quoted in Scientific America; Dr. Lynne Olson accepted into Higher Learning Commission Peer Review Core; Staff accomplishment; Wellness news; Staff feature...
Dr. Michael Lairmore featured in O-H-I-O spot on the Big 10 Network:   ********
Dr. Adin awarded CCTS KL-2 Career Development Award Big Ten Network features Comparative Oncology Program
Please welcome our new residents who began their combined residency and graduate programs in Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Veterinary Preventive Medicine, and Veterinary Biosciences.
The semi-annual newsletter distributed to clients of the Veterinary Medical Center twice a year is also available on our website as a PDF. Clients who would prefer to receive the newsletter via email should send a message to
WOSU provides non-athletic programming for the Big 10 Network. The regular monthly program, "O-H-I-O" features stories from around campus. The July program included the segment below on oncology research in the College of Veterinary Medicine.