Dr. Amy MacNeill and her team are using the vaccinia virus – used as the very first vaccine, for smallpox – to make a vaccine that would protect against coronavirus.
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The hospital is open, providing care to large and small animal patients for emergencies, critical follow-up appointments, and pharmacy orders.
For many aspiring rural veterinarians, “living the dream” may look like a James Herriot tale: The only veterinarian in the county cares for all creatures great and small. They run a mixed-animal practice from a brick-and-mortar clinic on Main Street, and have plenty of time for house and farm calls.
Prepared with the necessary certification for laboratory testing performed on humans, the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory is ready to help the local community process more coronavirus tests.
Dr. Kelly Santangelo is the 2019 recipient of the Zoetis Award for Veterinary Research Excellence, and will kick off the 21st annual CVMBS Research Day with a keynote address.
Take a look back at the history of the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
“I give 100 percent credit to our professors for how they prepared us for the real world,” said environmental health major Kaitie Workman, who will graduate in August.
Microbiology Ph.D. student Jessie Haugen Frenkel is one of five female researchers from around the country to win the Graduate Women in Science National Fellowship.
Bijou was bleeding to death when she arrived at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital, where veterinarians saved her life. In early June she gave birth to a healthy foal.
Three faculty members in the Department of Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology have been named 2019-20 U.S. Fulbright Scholars, receiving support for research projects in Spain, Brazil, and Australia.