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Feline expert Dr. Tony Buffington will offer a different perspective on cat behavior, by looking at human behavior from a cat's point of view.
All Ohio State faculty and staff who are interested in learning about commercialization are invited to attend the Commercialization Workshop Series, kicking off in January 2015. The series walks participants through the commercialization process in eight workshops spanning January through August. Each interactive workshop will feature experts discussing various topics while referencing a technology from Ohio State that has been commercialized.
Click here for the workshop schedule.
The January / February edition of the Veterinary Medical Center's bimonthly newsletter, "Update for Veterinarians," is available. Read about the VMC's comparative opthamology service, on-site MRI capabilities for companion, farm and equine animal patients, new faculty additions and departures and how Ohio State Veterinary Medicine helped restore vision to a 12-year-old American Paint horse gelding, "Bling."
Jan. 9, 2015
Chicago Police Officer Chad Rezny, member of the Village of Alsip Police Department, a unit in a south-side suburb of Chicago, made a six-hour drive to The Ohio State Veterinary Medical Center with his partner Eddie, who was diagnosed with hip displasia and needed surgery.
2014 was yet another achievement-filled year at Ohio State's College of Veterinary Medicine and Veterinary Medical Center; here are some of the top stories:
In the spirit of comepetion, The Ohio State University and the University of Oregon faced off in a fundraising challenge prior to the National Championship game on January 12. Both universities encouraged fans to donate to each school in a National-Championship-inspired fundraising competition that ran Jan. 9 – 13.
News at the College and VMC
Dr. Yasuko Rikihisa named fellow of National Academy of Inventors
Dr. Yasuko Rikihisa, Distinguished University Professor in the Department of Veterinary Biosciences, has been named a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.
Professional cowboys and girls performed in an intense, head-to-hoof competition at the Jerome Schottenstein Center on Jan. 10 at 7:30 p.m. in "The World's Toughest Rodeo," and Dr. Jonathan Yardley, Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, provided one of the show's major safety nets as the lead, on-site veterinarian.
White-tailed deer in northeastern Ohio have a high rate of toxoplasmosis infection, according to a study led by third-year Ohio State veterinary student Gregory Ballash, who received his Master's of Public Health with a specialization in Veterinary Public Health in 2011 and is currently a student research assistant at the College of Veterinary Medicine.