In Veterinary Student Survival Guide, members from the Class of 2019 provide insight into the life of veterinary students and show incoming students how to navigate the college and capitalize on their resources.
CDC has awarded more than $14 million to fund new approaches to combat antibiotic resistance. The Veterinary Medicine study will evaluate potential discharge of antibiotic resistance bacteria from hospital sewage and test a technology to prevent it.
When Robert and William Kerpsack graduated from the Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1956, they became the first set of twins to ever graduate at the same time in the college’s history.
Congratulations to the 2016 Technical and non-Technical Kudos Outstanding Staff Leadership Recipients. Each Recipient received a plaque presented by Dean Moore and one-time $500 staff award.
2016 Kudos Outstanding Non- Technical Staff Leadership Recipient
Sayna Mohr, Office of Professional Programs
2016 Kudos Outstanding Technical Staff Leadership Recipient
Danelle Auld, Veterinary Medical Center
Learn more about Frank Staton and his magnificent foundation that gifted $39 million to the College of Veterinary Medicine.
A short survey to assess veterinarians' knowledge and practices related to Harmful Algal Blooms commonly known as blue-green algae toxicosis in animals.
Emerging infectious diseases represent major threats to global security, economic development, and human and animal health. Over 70% of emerging infectious diseases today are zoonotic, and developing regions, particularly sub-Saharan Africa, are recognized as hotspots of newly emerging zoonotic microbes and multi-drug resistant bacteria. Dr.
Columbus, OH - The Petco Foundation and Blue Buffalo Foundation announced grant investments totaling $350,000 to support pet cancer research and treatment initiatives for Blue Buffalo Veterinary Clinical Trials at The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine.
September 13, 2016
A Special Statement from The College of Veterinary Medicine