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The Center for Veterinary Health Sciences welcomed Ret. Col. Gary White, DVM (’68), who presented “The 100th Anniversary of the Armistice” in honor of the men and women who have served our nation and defended our freedom, including military veterinarians
Logan Kembel was selected to represent OSU at the World Equestrian Games held earlier this fall in Tryon, North Carolina.
The American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) recently announced that AVMA’s 2018-2019 fellows, Meera Chandra and Fred Lehman, have secured year-long placements as full-time staff in congressional offices.
Carey Pope, PhD, with Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences, has recently been appointed to serve on the Department of Veterans Affairs Research Advisory Committee on Gulf War Veterans’ Illnesses.
With the onset of winter weather, take precautions to ensure the safety of your pets.
Pain management and mobility issues in companion animals.
OCRID scientists confront devastating diseases that sicken millions.
OSU’s Veterinary Medical Hospital is home to 27 board certified specialists in many areas including but not limited to cardiology, equine internal medicine, ophthalmology, anesthesiology, equine surgery, and sports medicine and rehabilitation. For the equine owner that means one thing—an entire team of highly qualified specialists is treating your horse!
Melanie Boileau, DVM, MS, DACVIM, received the 2018 Regents Distinguished Teaching Award for OSU’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.
It is that time of year when spring calving beef herds are scheduling their annual pregnancy evaluation. I’ll review the options available and the pros and cons of each.
Oklahoma State University is the first veterinary school to offer focused ultrasound treatment as a service in addition to surgery and chemotherapy.
National Veterinary Technician Week 2018
Bill Johnson, DVM, DACVP, of Stillwater was recently named a 2018 Distinguished Alumnus of Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.
Reynolds Cowles, DVM, was recently named a 2018 Distinguished Alumnus by the Alumni Society of Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.
Charles Qualls, DVM, PhD, DACVP, was recently named a 2018 Distinguished Alumnus by the Alumni Society of Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.
Every fall, several cases of the cattle disease anaplasmosis are usually seen in this region. Here are the top five things cattle owners should know about the disease in case it rears its ugly head again this year.
The speed and the amount of information compiled by veterinary practitioners and researchers in the field of animal reproduction is amazing. One area that is particularly interesting is the field of epigenetics.
Some owners will do anything for their beloved dog. Some will go the ‘extra mile’ or 6,400 miles to be exact, to make sure their pet is happy and healthy. In Riggs’ case, his owners went halfway around the world to Japan just for him.
Kelly Allen, MS, PhD, a parasitologist and researcher at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences, is working to learn more about Chagas disease right here in Oklahoma
Researchers at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences are collaborating with teams at the Oklahoma City Zoo and Botanical Garden and Tulsa Zoo to study blood coagulation in Asian elephants to provide insight into the detection of bleeding disorders, which may help guide treatment of EEHV and other serious diseases afflicting elephants in human care and the wild.
Michael Wallis spent his summer involved in a collaborative research project studying Asian elephants to try to answer the question, how long does it take a healthy elephant’s blood to clot and how can we test their clotting?
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) has awarded $11.1 million to a major biomedical research center at Oklahoma State University to continue the work of more than 60 scientists from three research institutions in the state. OSU’s Oklahoma Center for Respiratory and Infectious Diseases (OCRID) received the grant to fund a second, five-year phase of the center’s research mission begun in 2013 when it was founded.
Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences recently welcomed the class of 2022
According to the American Veterinary Medical Association, all dogs, cats and ferrets are susceptible to heartworm infection.