Dr. Elaine Coleman, with her husband Dr. Dale Coleman, took advantage of a break in the rainy weather to be in the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Dog Bone Park to demonstrate a neurological exam on their dog, Milo, to first-year DVM students taking the neurology laboratory course. Dr. Elaine Coleman, an associate professor of veterinary anatomy and neuroscience, […]
Four of Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine’s outstanding alumni were recently honored with 2015 Young Achiever Awards, signifying their success in the first 10 years of their professional careers. These alumni were recognized among their peers for their accomplishments in veterinary medicine, outstanding community service and in the advancement of animal health. The awards […]
Allergy season is in full swing, and what you may not realize is that your pet may be suffering too. Read more to learn about animal allergies and what you can do to help your pet get through allergy season.
Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine will hold its annual Open House on Saturday, April 18, opening its facilities to the public to showcase the variety of professional opportunities available and allow people to learn more about animal care and health. The free student-organized event, from 8:30 a.m. until 1 p.m., features a variety of […]
The College of Veterinary Medicine family mourns the passing of Dr. Robert Carson, ’73, a legendary food animal veterinarian who recently retired from the CVM after 36 years of teaching and research. We celebrate his knowledge, compassion and quick wit he shared with thousands of Auburn-trained veterinarians and colleagues around the nation. He will be missed. […]
The Class of 2015 at Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine recently began their preceptorship, an eight-week long period spent working under a veterinarian at a practice of their choosing. Read more to learn what a preceptorship entails and how it prepares students for the challenges they will meet as they graduate and receive their DVM.
Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine will be holding its 108th Annual Conference from 26-28th March this year. Read more to learn about keynote speakers, class reunions being held, and how to register.
The College of Veterinary Medicine and Auburn University Foundation are using social media to raise funds for GM1 research and give hope to families like the Heatherlys, whose son, Porter, has GM1. Read more to learn about the research, Porter, and how you can give hope.
The College of Veterinary Medicine has partnered with the University of Massachusetts Medical School and Lysogene to fight GM1-gangliosidosis. Read more to learn about this important research that is seeking a cure for this disease, which is always fatal to those afflicated.