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OSU Alum Named Diamond Collar Hero

Monday, March 12th, 2018

The Oregon Humane Society honored heroic people and pets at the annual Diamond Collar Awards Luncheon in February. Among the award winners was Picasso, a former client of the OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital who became a social media superstar and taught the world that it’s okay to look different, and Dr. Doug McInnis, an OSU […]

Building A Strong, Diverse Profession

Monday, March 12th, 2018

With a goal of engaging in difficult dialogues in order to advance a diverse and inclusive veterinary profession, a contingent from the Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine participated in the Iverson Bell Regional Summit last month. “It was an opportunity to discuss issues of inclusivity and diversity with students, faculty and staff from other veterinary […]

Workshop On Grief Counseling

Monday, March 12th, 2018

Enid Traisman from the Dove Lewis Pet Loss Support Program will be at the Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine presenting a workshop on Grief Counseling. She will teach skills that veterinary professionals can use to help clients in times of grief and loss, and lead a round-table discussion for students and staff to ask questions […]

Biomedical Translator

Monday, March 12th, 2018

One of the big new technologies in biomedical science is the use of genome sequencing, which allows scientists to decipher and map the DNA of all kinds of organisms and diseases. This technology has produced massive amounts of data, but the pace of data generation has largely outstripped researchers’ ability to make sense of the […]

Magruder Hall Expansion Set To Break Ground

Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

After many discussions with cohort groups, and repeated tweaking of the space design, plans for the Magruder Hall expansion have been finalized and ground breaking is scheduled for June. Why June? “We wanted to wait until after Pet Day,” says Dean Susan J. Tornquist. One big hurdle in the design process has been the continually […]

Cat With Nine Lives Opens Doors For Mom

Tuesday, February 20th, 2018

Mickey Cat is fourteen years old and on his seventh or eighth life.  His most recent life came courtesy of the Oncology Service at the OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Nancy Hildebrandt rescued Mickey from a shelter in California when he was six months old. “It was a wonderful place where cats roamed around in a […]

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