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  • Center for Retrovirus Research Seminar
    Internationally renowned retrovirologist Dr. Stephen Hughes to present “Why Study HIV Reverse Transcription and Integration?”
  • Lemur Conservation
    Help The Ohio State University raise $5,000 for the project: Lemur Conservation
  • Pet Medicine Safety
    New Study Finds Children and Adolescents at Risk from Medicine Intended for Pets
  • Benefits of Human-Animal Interactions
    Faculty receive Connect and Collaborate grant to investigate costs and benefits of human-animal interactions for rural children.
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In partnership with the American Association of Avian Pathologists Foundation, Merck Animal Health is pleased to announce five $5,000 scholarships have been awarded to second- and third-year veterinary students focused on poultry health.
Thanks to you and your #BuckeyeLove during The Ohio State UniversityDay of Giving, we will now be able to provide necessary preventative care to twenty local pets in need through our Veterinary Outreach program.
Our very own Dr. Suzanne Tomasi is the primary author of the study and Dr. Jason Stull is co-author. The study looked at calls to the COPC for pediatric exposures to medications intended for pets from January 1999 through December 2013.


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    Join us in your best black tie attire for a Great Gatsby themed evening to benefit Pets for Vets.
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    Dr. Stephen Hughes, Chief, Retroviral Replication Laboratory, Acting Chief, Host-Virus Interaction Branch, HIV Dynamics and Replication Program, National Cancer Institute will present: “Why Study HIV Reverse Transcription and Integration?”
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    This year's Vets for Pets 5k charity race will benefit the Capital Area Humane Society.
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    The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine cordially invites the Class of 2018, family and friends to the: