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Zoetis Supports Clinical Training for Residents of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

The ACVIM Foundation and Zoetis have announced a renewal of Zoetis' support for clinical training of ACVIM residents.

White-Coat Effect: Did You Know That It Is a Factor in Small Animal Veterinary Medicine, Too? ACVIM Board-Certified Veterinarian Addresses Subject

Measuring blood pressure of our cats and dogs can be a challenge, says Dr. Anthony Carr, of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada, who will be addressing the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Forum in Indianapolis, Ind., June 3.

Dr. William Moyer Retires from Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. William Moyer retired last month after 22 years of service to the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. His writing and speaking on the subject of equine lameness in sport and racehorses, and in particular his interest in the equine foot have made him a frequent subject of Hoofcare and Lameness articles since early days. Show More Summary

Smithfield gift to aid antibiotic alternative research

A $1.4 million gift from Smithfield Foods will support antibiotic alternatives studies in the Virginia Tech College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine that will investigate methods to enhance animal well-being and production efficiency in swine-rearing operations.

Ohio State Veterinary Paints Fire Hydrant in Michigan Colors (Video)

3 months agoSports : Total Pro Sports

Why on earth would Ohio State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine paint their fire hydrant with the University of Michigan’s traditional colors of maze and blue? The answer seems pretty obvious (the image up top kind of gives it away, too), but for those who are still trying to figure it out, I suggest you […]

Ohio State's College of Veterinary Medicine Paints Fire Hydrant Michigan Colors

For those Ohio State students who have a dog, this is the fire hydrant to go to when the dog has to go to the bathroom. Ohio State's College of Veterinary Medicine has painted this fire hydrant maize and blue and also included "That Team Up North's" logo. Why? Because the rivalry never sleeps. [Eleven Warriors] Read more College Football news on BleacherReport.com

Scientific Researcher: Cats Are Good at Sleeping

5 months agoHumor : Neatorama

(Photo: Ben Grantham) It may surprise you, but Dr. Bonnie Beaver, a professor at Texas A&M's College of Veterinary Medicine has found clear evidence to support that conclusion. Cats don't just sleep. At 16-20 hours per day, they sleep more than any other animal. Show More Summary

American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Foundation Announces Three Calls for Grant Proposals

The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Foundation (ACVIMF) has announced three new calls for grant proposals focusing on Small Animal Internal Medicine (SAIM) respiratory disease ($20,000) sponsored by Zoetis, general oncology ($25,000) and feline chronic renal disease ($50,000).

Epidemiologist publishes model on the impact of a regional foot-and-mouth disease outbreak

MANHATTAN, Kansas -- A research project in the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine presents the largest model to date for evaluating the impact and control of a potential outbreak of foot-and-mouth disease in livestock. Mike...Show More Summary

Hunky Veterinary Students Pose With Animals And It's Pawsitively Adorable

Attractive veterinary students and adorable animals? We think this is something we can definitely get on board with. Every year, Omega Tau Sigma veterinary fraternity at Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine creates a calendar featuring a few of their students posing with some very cute animals. Show More Summary

Veterinary Pharmacology Research Foundation Continues Support for American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Foundation (ACVIMF), is partnering with the Veterinary Pharmacology Research Foundation (VPRF), to fund a new study for animal health with a pharmacologic focus. The study will be conducted by Dr. Lauren Trepanier of the University of Wisconsin-Madison for the genetic risk for cyclophosphamide toxicity in dogs.

Researchers Treat Canine Cancer, Likely to Advance Human Health

A research team at Mississippi State's College of Veterinary Medicine is working to better understand cancer in dogs, and the work also could advance knowledge of human cancer.

BEVA Congress: Ohio State’s Professor Belknap Reports on US and UK Farrier-Vet Relations Survey

At the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) 2014 Congress in Birmingham, England last month, Professor James K. Belknap DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVS, of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine reported on an Internet...Show More Summary

American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Announces Robert W. Kirk Award for Professional Excellence Recipient Michael Lappin

The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) is proud to announce Dr. Michael Lappin, the Kenneth W. Smith Professor in Small Animal Clinical Veterinary Medicine at Colorado State University, as the recipient of the ACVIM Robert W. Show More Summary

American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Announces Distinguished Service Award Recipient Eleanor C. Hawkins

The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) is proud to announce Dr. Eleanor C. Hawkins, Professor of Internal Medicine at North Carolina State University, as the recipient of the ACVIM Distinguished Service Award. This...Show More Summary

Zoetis Supports Clinical Training for Residents of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

Zoetis provides funds for clinical training of ten new ACVIM residents in any of five ACVIM specialties through ACVIM Foundation partnership.

ACVIM Foundation Announces Fellowships in Advanced Clinical Training and/or Clinical Research

American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Foundation announced a new call for proposals for three $25,000 fellowships.

Kumari Receives Service Award From Association of Scientists of Indian Origin in America

Meena Kumari, associate professor of anatomy and physiology at Kansas State University's College of Veterinary Medicine, has received the 2014 Service Award from the Association of Scientists of Indian Origin in America.

University of Tennessee: First Equine Podiatry Conference Planned; Dudley Hurst Vet School Farrier Videos

The University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine invites farriers and veterinarians to attend the inaugural Equine Podiatry Conference to be held in Knoxville, Tennessee Saturday, March 8, 2014. Click here for the full brochure. Topics include therapeutic shoeing, common causes of foot lameness, and nutrition and hoof quality. The conference also includes demonstration

Chengappa named the Distinguished Veterinary Microbiologist of the Year

The American College of Veterinary Microbiologists named M.M. Chengappa, university distinguished professor and head of the diagnostic medicine and pathobiology department in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University, as its 2013 Distinguished Veterinary Microbiologist of the Year.

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