A message from Patrick Kamins: Hi all, I will be retiring on Thursday, Halloween Day, 2013, and I have a secret. But, first . . . Before working at the College of Veterinary Medicine, I was employed for 18 years at three other colleges in Colorado. I was initially hired at OSU as a temporary […]
Archive for October, 2013
Caitlin McLagan recently followed her interest in public health to an intriguing location: Plum Island. Located off the coast of Connecticut, Plum Island has been a rich source of urban legends. In the middle of the last century, Plum Island was home to an Army biological weapons lab, and decades of secrecy created crazy rumors […]
The Department of Biomedical Sciences will be holding an open house at Dryden Hall on Friday, November 1, 3 – 4 pm. They will be conducting tours of the new Bio-Safety Level 2 Laboratory and multimedia classroom. Refreshments will be served.
Professor Jean Hall has been in the news quite a bit lately for her research on the benefits of fertilizing Oregon alfalfa with selenium. She is now working on getting the word out to crop producers and making sure they understand the proper way of using selenium in boom sprayers. Too much selenium can be […]
The Vet Gazette welcomes Josey Sechrist, who has joined the Dean’s office team as a Social Media Assistant. She will be posting to the college Facebook page and writing stories for this blog: Hello everyone! My name is Josey Sechrist. I am currently a sophomore at Oregon State University. I am pursuing a major in […]
Since receiving her DVM from OSU in 1987, Debra Nelson has taken her veterinary medical skills down many interesting roads and around the world. She began her career in a typical fashion by working in, and later purchasing, a mixed animal practice in Arizona. Over the years, she kept busy managing her practice but didn’t […]