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Center for Veterinary Health Sciences
Thu, Jun 21, 2018
It’s not every day you see a new tick! Dr. Susan Little’s research group at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences recently identified a nymphal longhorned tick or bush tick, Haemaphysalis longicornis. The tick came from a dog in Arkansas through a national tick surveillance project being conducted by Little’s team. The OSU lab confirmed the morphologic identification by sequencing and reported the finding to the United States Department of Agriculture.
Wed, Jun 20, 2018
Thirty-one 4-H members from across Oklahoma spent the day trying their hand at veterinary medicine at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.
Wed, Jun 06, 2018
OSU’s Veterinary Medical Hospital recently upgraded its CT scanner from a 4-slice scanner to a 64-slice scanner.
Fri, Jun 01, 2018
Cats have a language all their own.
Wed, May 30, 2018
The Oklahoma Veterinary Medical Association named Dr. Kay Helms of Coalgate, Okla., the 2018 Oklahoma Veterinarian of the Year.
Thu, May 24, 2018
Twenty-one days, 32 liters of blood, and a group of dedicated veterinary specialists – that’s what it took to save Bella, a 7 year old Appendix Quarter Horse mare
About the Center for Veterinary Health Sciences
The Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences educates and develops skilled veterinarians for a lifetime of investigation, innovation, care and protection of animal health. Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences is ranked 4th lowest in-state and 8th lowest out-of-state cost of tuition and fees.