Auburn Veterinary students gain experience over summer break


As students returned this week for the 125th year of classes of veterinary medicine at Auburn University, they were asked the age-old question: what did you do on your summer break? The answers are not typical of college students, and reflect their commitment to education and the profession:  they volunteered, held internships and jobs that […]

Auburn Veterinary Medicine, UAB Offering DVM + MPH Dual Degree Option

Public Health

Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Office of Research and Graduate Studies has partnered with the University of Alabama at Birmingham’s School of Public Health to offer distance learning courses online for veterinary medicine students seeking to earn a master of public health while earning their DVM. Dr. Stephanie Ostrowski and Dr. Jim Wright in the […]

Veterinary Medicine Faculty Publish Third in Series of Equine Anatomy Guides


Faculty members from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine have published the third anatomy guide in a four-book series detailing equine anatomy. The book is titled, “Equine Anatomy Guide: The Head and Neck, an Illustrated Guide.” The book is authored by Dr. Mahmoud Mansour, professor in the Department of Anatomy, Physiology and Pharmacology, who […]

AUCVM students recognized at the National Society for Theriogenology Conference


Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine students received awards and recognition at the National Society for Theriogenology during its annual conference in Asheville, N.C. in July. All veterinary students nationwide were invited to submit an abstract about a theriogenology case and the top six presentations were invited to present in front of an international audience at […]

Employees Honored during 8th Annual Staff Awards Ceremony


College of Veterinary Medicine staff and administrative employees were recently recognized for their dedicated work and support of the college. Dean Calvin Johnson thanked employees for pursing excellence and noted that employees set the culture and tone of the team. He recognized all CVM employees who play a vital role in the strategic plan of […]

Bartlett Scholars Program Established at Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine


An estate gift from Dr. H. B. “Woody” Bartlett ‘64 will establish the Bartlett Scholars Program at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, providing scholarships for deserving veterinary professional and graduate students. The Haywood Bellingrath Bartlett Educational Endowment will support in perpetuity the Bartlett Scholars Program to recruit and educate students with a demonstrated […]

Dog with Laryngeal Paralysis Gets a Second Chance at Life


When Merlin, a 10-year-old golden retriever, was found lying on the ground struggling to breathe during a routine walk with his owners, they feared the worst. Their primary veterinarian in Columbus, Ga. told them their beloved pet might not make it and immediately recommended the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to arriving at […]

Southeastern Raptor Center to Release Bald Eagle at Lake Guntersville July 9

SRC final

A Bald Eagle rehabilitated by the Southeastern Raptor Center will be released back into the wild on Saturday, July 9, at Lake Guntersville State Park. The immature eagle was delivered to the SRC, a division of the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, last January with a fracture scapula, was treated conservatively without surgery, and […]

CVM Holds International Descriptive Veterinary Pathology Course


The 25th annual international Descriptive Veterinary Pathology course was held at the College of Veterinary Medicine June 20-25, with participants from as far as South Africa to participate in active learning exercises and take mock gross and histopathology exams. The conference, part of the Charles Louis Davis and Samuel Wesley Thompson DVM Foundation, had attendees […]

Auburn Veterinarian Offers Insight into Warning Signs of Heat Stress in Animals


Heat and humidity during the summer can affect us all, including our pets. Dogs and cats can easily suffer from heat stress, heat stroke and other heat related illnesses during the hottest months of the year. Dr. Kendon Kuo, an emergency and critical care faculty clinician in the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, offers […]

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