Teaching Hospital’s Oncology Service Offers New Options for Cancer Treatment


Treatment for pets with cancer has many similarities with human cancer treatment, now more so that new drug therapies are available for animal patients. The Oncology Service in the Wilford and Kate Bailey Small Animal Teaching Hospital at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine has expanded its treatment options to include these new drugs […]

College of Veterinary Medicine Students Receive Distinction with AABP


Two Auburn University veterinary students earned national academic scholarships from the American Association of Bovine Practitioners – Zoetis Scholarship Program for their scholarly accomplishments. Lauren Scruggs, of Auburn, Ala., and Kathleen Morriss, of Junction, Texas, both fourth-year Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine students, were awarded $5,000 scholarships at the 48th annual meeting of the AABP in New Orleans. Nationally, 17 students […]

College of Veterinary Medicine Faculty Earn Promotion; Tenure


Five College of Veterinary Medicine faculty members were promoted and/or granted tenure effective Oct. 1. Earning promotions to professor were Dr. Julie Gard and Dr. Paul Walz. Earning tenure and promotion were: Dr. Doug Martin, professor; Dr. Thomas Passler, associate professor; and Dr. Robyn Wilborn, associate professor. “We are very proud of the professional accomplishments […]

Veterinary Medicine Bringing ‘Our Oath in Action’ to Ag Roundup Oct. 3


College of Veterinary Medicine students and faculty will be putting ‘Our Oath in Action’ at the 2015 Fall Roundup and Taste of Alabama Agriculture on Saturday, Oct. 3 on the Auburn University campus. The Alabama Veterinary Medical Association and the American Veterinary Medical Foundation are joining with the College of Veterinary Medicine to participate in […]

College of Veterinary Medicine Library Adds E-Books Thanks to Endowment Fund


The Charles Allen Cary Veterinary Medical Library at Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine recently expanded its catalog with 65 e-books purchased through the College of Veterinary Medicine Library Endowment. Rob Buchanan, head of the Cary Library, said that this is the first major purchase of e-books and was only possible because of the funds […]

College of Veterinary Medicine Students Receive High Honors at Conference

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Four students from the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine recently attended the annual meeting of the Society for Theriogenology, and received high praise in all of the conference’s national competitions. Read more to learn how Auburn’s students excelled at the conference, and the opportunities the conference had to offer them.

Southeastern Raptor Center to Release Rehabilitated Owls Sept. 25 in Auburn


The Southeastern Raptor Center will release six to eight rehabilitated Barred Owls Friday, Sept. 25 at Chewacla State Park. The release is in coordination with the Piedmont Plateau Birding Trail, which includes Chewacla State Park. The release is scheduled for 6 p.m. at the park, located off Shell Toomer Parkway in Auburn. The public is […]

College of Veterinary Medicine Exploring New International Opportunities for Students


Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine has initiated a new academic exchange program with the prestigious University of Veterinary Medicine of Hannover, Germany. The initiative was started by Dean Calvin Johnson and Dr. Haroldo Toro, a professor in the Department of Pathobiology. These activities were begun in an effort to respond to the interest of […]

Southeastern Raptor Center Auctioning 2015 Game Day Eagle Jess and Lure Sets


The Southeastern Raptor Center has launched a series of online auctions of one-of-a-kind, handcrafted jess and lure sets used by the eagles during their 2015 game day flights. Fans can check out photographs of the lures and jesses, and place bids from the center’s website, www.auburn.edu/raptor. Each auction will open at the same time – […]

Auburn University Veterinary Clinic Expands to See Avian, Exotic Animals


The Auburn University Veterinary Clinic has expanded its service to include avian and exotic animals, providing wellness care as well as educating veterinary students on the healthcare management of these companion animals. Dr. Seth Oster, an assistant clinical professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences, oversees the Companion Animal Avian and Exotic Service and is […]

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