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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.

3D Printing Gives A Dog A Bone (For Invasive Surgery)

3D printing offers some phenomenal opportunities to advance medical care, and not just for humans. At Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, doctors are using a MakerBot 3D printer to make delicate doggie surgery possible. More »      

3D Printing Gives a Dog a Bone (For Invasive Surgery)

9 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

3D printing offers some phenomenal opportunities to advance medical care, and not just for humans. At Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, doctors are using a MakerBot 3D printer to make delicate doggie surgery possible. Read more...

Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine to Open Urban Equine Hospital near Belmont Racetrack

Alan Nixon, DVM, MS, BVSc, Diplomate ACVS Edited from press release Cornell University’s College of Veterinary Medicine has signed a lease-buy agreement with Racebrook Capital Advisors, LLC for the former Ruffian Equine Medical Center. The arrangement will establish Cornell Ruffian Equine Specialists, a referral and emergency care hospital. The hospital, located near the Belmont

The Walking Dead Recap 4.5: “Internment”

  By Jeannie Chan Previously, on TWD: the flu spreads rapidly throughout the prison and our favorite characters are in danger of dying. Hershel sent a team out to the veterinary college to get medicine and ended up most likely infected himself. Rick confronted Carol about killing Karen and David and told her she could not come back to the …

Whoa, Nelly: Cornell Found Guilty of Destroying $200K Worth Of Horse Semen

9 months agoNews : NewsFeed

Hey Cornell, is your refrigerator running? Staff at the University’s College of Veterinary Medicine will undoubtedly be checking on their refrigerators and freezers frequently now that they have been found liable for destroying more than $212,000 worth of horse semen from a New York horse-breeding firm. Show More Summary

College of Veterinary Medicine Researcher Doubles Down on Deadly, Infectious Cat Diseases

An animal health expert has developed a research approach that tackles two deadly infectious feline diseases at the same time.

The thyroid gland and cystic fibrosis

10 months agoHealth : Medical News Today

Research in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University is leading to a better understanding of the molecular interactions in the thyroid gland related to cystic fibrosis. A genetic disorder, cystic fibrosis affects...Show More Summary

Veterinary scientists track the origin of a deadly emerging pig virus in the United States

Veterinary researchers at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech have helped identify the origin and possible evolution of an emerging swine virus with high mortality rates that has already spread to at least 17 states. read more

Veterinary Scientists Track the Origin of a Deadly Emerging Pig Virus in the United States

An emerging swine virus, deadly to piglets, was first recognized in the United States in May. Researchers at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine have determined the evolution of the virus, which has already spread to at least 17 states.

Zoetis awards grant for PRRS research

Zoetis has awarded a $100,000 PRRS Innovation Research Grant to Kyoungjin Yoon, DVM, PhD, and Jianqiang Zhang, MD, PhD, investigators at Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine, to conduct research into virus characterisation and the immunobiology of Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS).

Gene's contribution to asthma susceptibility revealed

11 months agoHealth : Medical News Today

New research from the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has uncovered the role gene ORMDL3 plays in the disease asthma. ORMDL3, a gene recently linked to asthma susceptibility, has now been linked to the body's ability to recruit inflammatory cells during an airway allergic reaction. Show More Summary

Zinpro: Gold sponsor of Leman China Swine Conference

For the second time in as many years, Zinpro Corporation has announced it will be a Gold sponsor of the upcoming University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine's Leman China Swine Conference.

David C. Twedt Receives Distinguished Service Award at 2013 ACVIM Forum

The American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (ACVIM) is proud to announce Dr. David C. Twedt as the recipient of the ACVIM Distinguished Service Award at the 2013 ACVIM Forum, which is given in recognition of outstanding and dedicated service as a volunteer by a Diplomate to the ACVIM.

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