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In honor of February 4, World Cancer Day, we celebrate cancer survivors of all species!
COLUMBUS, Ohio (JULY 2011) – Man’s best friend is helping us to better understand cancer in humans. (Video preview available from The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center)
Increasing education in periodontal disease and pet dental services
Back Row: Mr. Pete Wenning, Mr. Matt Bourne, Dr. Wendy Lorch, Dr. Michael Sturgeon, Mr. Mike Walker,
Dr. Rob Klamar, Dr. Anne Eiting Klamar, Karin Zuckerman, Dr. Rustin Moore
Front Row: Dr. Lonnie King, Dr. Lynette Cole, Michelle Dumond
Dr. Linda Lord begins her new position as the associate dean for Student Affairs at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine today, July 1, 2011. Dr. Lord succeeds Dr. Jean Sander who is leaving Ohio State for her newly accepted position as the Dean of the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences at Oklahoma State University.
- Ohio State leads the first International Congress on Pathogens at the Human-Animal Interface (ICOPHAI): Impact, Limitations and Needs
- Thank you- Global Health Seminar series speakers
- Welcome "One Health" Eastern Africa Scholars to Ohio State
- Collaborating with the Global Veterinary Public Health Network (SAPUVETNET)
- Ohio State students to embark on summer Global Service Learning projects Ohio State and UMN Farm-to-Table Study Program in Costa Rica
- MOU signed between Ohio State and UNICEN, Argentina
- Veterinary Preventive Medicine hosting Cochran Fellows from Armenia and Georgia
- BETHA Service learning Opportunity in Eastern Africa
- "One Health" Eastern Africa Scholars to arrive at Ohio State
- CVM partners with WHO in Global Food Infection Network (GFN)
- Global Food Systems: Experiential Learning in Action, the Uruguayan Example
- ILRI Biosciences eastern and central Africa (BecA) Hub Officially inaugurated
- "Opportunities in Global Vet Med and Public Health (VPM 693)" VPM693- updates
- Funding Opportunit
A new study led by Dr. Gwendolen Lorch, assistant professor of veterinary clinical sciences, revealed a vital factor that can lead to complications in patients with certain forms of lethal lung cancer. It was originally thought that the protein, known as a calcium-sensing receptor, did not exist in human lung tissue. However, Dr. Lorch’s research has revealed that the receptor is in fact found in normal and cancerous lung tissue. Dr.
Dr. Stefan Niewiesk & Dhohyung Kim Illustration Makes the June Cover of Blood; VBS Graduate Students Award Winners: Lyn Wancket & Beth Chaffee; 2011 Larry Lewellen Award Winners: Dr. Famke Aeffner & Janelle Henderson; Outreach and Engagement: Dr. Judith Radin Team Wins Robotic Championship; Selected Publications, Presentations, and Graduations; Staff Feature: Zhihui Cheng; Announcements; Wellness News: June is Great Outdoors Month
On Saturday, June 11, the College of Veterinary Medicine will welcome 139 new veterinarians into their chosen field at the annual Oath and Hooding ceremony, held at Mershon Auditorium, 1871 N. High St., beginning at 8 p.m. Surrounded by friends and family, students will receive their scarlet and grey academic hood as a symbol of their degree.