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CCVM Alumna McAllister Named Chief Medical Officer

Wednesday, June 26th, 2019

Dr. Molly McAllister (Class of 2004) was recently named the Chief Medical Office for Banfield Pet Hospitals. Dr. McAllister has worked at Banfield for five years. Her prior position was as Vice President of Veterinary Science. “It has been my privilege to work alongside Dr. McAllister over the past 5 years. Her passion for the […]

Veterinarians Have Very Small Role In Opioid Crisis

Wednesday, June 26th, 2019

Dr. Connie White (Class of 1997), President of the OVMA, recently clarified the role that veterinary clinics play in the abuse of prescription opioids. Although a few addicts may try to doctor shop for prescription drugs at their veterinarian, the numbers are insignificant. Dr. White notes that opioid-type drug doses for pets are small and […]

OSU Shines At Internal Medicine Conference

Monday, June 24th, 2019

OSU faculty and house officers were well represented at the national ACVIM forum held in Phoenix, Arizona the week of June 3rd. Dr. Jana Gordon served as the 2019 Forum Program Chair. Dr. Helio de Morais served on the small animal internal medicine exam committee, and Dr. Ben Brunson sat for the general examination. Drs. […]

Study Confirms Complete Tumor Removal Reduces Risk of Recurrence

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019

The relative risk of a recurrence of cancer is reduced by 60% in dogs whose tumors are completely removed, a new analysis by Oregon State University researchers has found. “You want to get all of the tumor out if you can,” said Milan Milovancev, an associate professor of small animal surgery in the Carlson College […]

Two Students Win National Scholarships

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019

Holly Arnold (Class of 2020) and Kaitlin Gonzales (Class of 2020) successfully competed for 2 of only 11 scholarships awarded nationally by the American Kennel Club Outreach Program. The awards are based on academic achievement and relevant research. “We are very proud of these students and look forward to seeing their impact on the future […]

A Student Perspective On The Veterinary Community

Monday, April 15th, 2019

An Interview with Emily Brown (Class of 2022) Will you please share something unexpected you discovered or learned on your path into veterinary medicine? My journey through veterinary medicine has been incredibly rewarding, and I feel that I am constantly learning new things about the industry and community. One of the most influential things I […]

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