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Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine eNewsletter

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Models Help Surgeon

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

When Dr. Jennifer Warnock, orthopedic surgeon in the OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital, has a complex surgery ahead, she often uses 3-D models of her patient’s bones to help plan the procedure. Thanks to a generous donation from Steve and Rebecca Camden, Dr. Warnock can now get those models from a laboratory down the hall, and […]

Dogs Needed For Clinical Trials

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

The OSU Veterinary Hospital has several clinical trials that are currently enrolling dogs. One example: Canine Fasting and Chemotherapy Study Canine cancer patients treated with chemotherapy may have gastrointestinal side effects such as poor appetite and vomiting.  Short-term fasting may decrease the risk of such side effects.  We are recruiting dogs that will be administered […]

Veterinary Pathology Event At CVM

Thursday, March 2nd, 2017

The 2017 Davis-Thompson Foundation Descriptive Veterinary Pathology Course will be held at Magruder Hall, June 26 – 30, 2017. The course includes lectures, active learning exercises, & mock exams on: Gross Pathology Microscopic Pathology Gross-Micro Correlations Ultrastructural Pathology Immunohistochemistry Cytology for anatomic pathologists Attendees will have an opportunity to meet course lecturers, get individual feedback, and mingle […]

Molecular Diagnostics Team Is Constantly Improving Service

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017

From the outside, the OSU Veterinary Research Laboratory (VRL) doesn’t look like a high-tech center of advanced disease testing, but behind the drab, cement-block walls, are highly-trained experts and hundreds of thousands of dollars’ worth of state-of-the-art equipment. There are several teams working in the VRL, which is managed by the Oregon Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory […]

New Teaching Software Online

Tuesday, February 14th, 2017

The  radiographic anatomy teaching software that Dr. Sarah Nemanic and her research group designed is now available online. The program is free and covers canine, feline and equine radiographic anatomy. Avian software is under development. Take a spin through it and feel free to share it with anyone who might be interested. You’ll have to […]

OSU Veterinary Students Can Now Tailor Their Education

Monday, November 28th, 2016

Many veterinary students will tell you they wanted to be a veterinarian since they were small children. Kathryn Gaub (Class of 2017) did not even consider being a veterinarian until she finished an undergraduate degree in premed and was working in biology research. “In my senior year [at Eastern Oregon University] I did a premed […]