College Alumna Receives 2015 Master Thesis Award

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Dr. Jacqueline Gimmler, who recently completed a master’s degree in biomedical sciences at Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, has been selected to receive a 2015 Master’s Thesis Award by Auburn University. Dr. Gimmler was one of six across the university to receive the award. Her thesis was on “Determining canine skin concentrations of terbinafine […]

Veterinarians Connect with the College through the Practitioner Sabbatical Program


Dr. Lynn Hagood isn’t letting the fact that he earned his DVM from Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 1988 stop him from continuing to learn and grow as a veterinarian. A general practitioner at North Florida Animal Hospital, in Tallahassee, Fla., Dr. Hagood has a particular interest in oncology. In order to learn […]

UC-Berkeley Biologist to Speak as Juan Gilbert Lecturer Nov. 19

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Nationally respected biologist Dr. Tyrone Hayes will deliver the Juan Gilbert Distinguished Lecturer address on Thursday, Nov. 19, as a guest of Auburn University’s Black Graduate and Professional Students Association. The event will be held at 6 p.m. in the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Veterinary Education Center Overton Auditorium. His lecture, “Silent Spring to Silent […]

Newly Hired Psychologist Dedicated to Helping Veterinary Students


The veterinary medical profession can be stressful for students as they experience the academic rigors of the program and transition into roles as young veterinarians. To ensure that Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine students have all the tools they need to be successful students and professionals, the college recently appointed Dr. Kathryn Bieri as […]

College of Veterinary Medicine Researchers Seek Breakthrough in Cancer Treatment


Dr. Bruce Smith’s guiding philosophy in the work he does is simple: he wants his patients to die with their cancer, not from cancer. And while curing cancer is not right around the corner, what researchers at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine want is to help their veterinary patients live longer, with hope […]

Former Auburn Cheerleader Carries the War Eagle Spirit in Veterinary Medicine


When a cheer or an extra dose of Auburn spirit is needed at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Pete Velotas is the man to call. Velotas, a fourth-year veterinary student and Birmingham native, is a former member of the Auburn University Cheerleading squad. Velotas got his start in both of his passions during high school. “I […]

College Celebrates Phi Zeta Research Day Nov. 4


Phi Zeta Research Day, to showcase and recognize the research efforts of veterinary students, graduate students, post-graduates and faculty, will be Wednesday, Nov. 4, at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Although the day-long event is geared towards veterinary students and researchers, it is open to the public. “We use Phi Zeta Day to […]

Practice Management Rotation Prepares Veterinary Students to Be Successful in Business


The Practice Management Rotation at Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine is unique among the clinical rotations that students complete during their final year of veterinary education. Rather than medical or scientific skills, the rotation curriculum is centered on preparing students to understand and potentially manage the business side of veterinary practice. Ethan Dawe, an […]

College of Veterinary Medicine Equine Service Prepares for “Focus on the Foal” Nov. 7


Registration is open for an educational seminar for equine enthusiasts and veterinarians, followed by a horse auction at Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. The event is set for Saturday, Nov. 7 at the JT Vaughan Large Animal Teaching Hospital. Admission is free and offers three hours of continuing education credit for veterinarians, pending approval […]

Manager of Royal Canadian Mounted Police Canine Training Centre to Visit


Staff Sergeant Patrick MacIsaac, manager of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Dog Service Training Centre, will visit the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine this month to observe and learn about the college’s Canine Performance Sciences Program. MacIsaac will evaluate CPS’ training and research activities and tour facilities, and observe the Vapor Wake® canine teams […]

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