Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine News
Jun 25th, 2015
Oncology Offering Expanded Consultations for Veterinarians
Auburn University Veterinary Teaching Hospital is offering expanded oncology consultation services for practicing veterinarians. Veterinarians are now offered a more extensive consultation than what has been offered in the past by faculty clinicians. Through this expanded service, oncology faculty clinicians will have access to detailed information from veterinarians requesting the service. The new service is […]
May 28th, 2015
AURIC Announces Academic-Biotech Collaboration
Researchers from Auburn University’s Research Initiative in Cancer (AURIC), and Nuovo Biologics LLC, of Davie, Fla., have announced a partnership to develop new therapies for cancer. Initially targeting canine malignant melanoma, or skin cancer, a deadly tumor that affects many dogs, the team will be testing Nuovo’s innovative anti-cancer peptide drug MMX™ for its ability […]
May 26th, 2015
Veterinarian Offers Advice on Cat Asthma
Asthma is a life-changing condition that affects more than 25 million people in the U.S. alone, and results in more than 14 million visits to clinics a year. What may be surprising though, is that if you’re a cat owner, your pet may be suffering too, and you may not know it. “Sometime the symptoms […]
May 21st, 2015
Nova ‘Game Face’ Print Supports Southeastern Raptor Center
Nationally known pencil artist Stephen Malkoff has created a limited edition print of Nova, War Eagle VII, called “Game Face,” once again sharing his talents with Auburn University. Only 3,000 lithograph prints are being produced and a percentage of the sales will support the Southeastern Raptor Center, which cares for, trains and houses Nova and […]
May 21st, 2015
Heat Safety Outreach Campaign launched
A new community service campaign to inform the public about the dangers of heat-related issues has been launched by the Auburn University Staff Council. “Beat the Heat, Check the Back Seat” is the brainchild of College of Veterinary Medicine employees Hollie Lee and Sharron Barney, who serve on the Auburn University Staff Council’s Health and […]
May 18th, 2015
Vet Camp Offers Youth Chance to Experience Profession
Three camp rotations at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine will give middle and high school students a chance to learn about the veterinary profession and experience a taste of college life. Read more to learn how Vet Camp is a great event for students to get exposed to veterinary medicine and learn skills that will help them care for their own pets.
May 6th, 2015
Doctoral Student Invited to Prestigious Aging Workshop
College of Veterinary Medicine Biomedical Sciences doctoral student Brett Augsburger has been invited to attend a National Science Foundation workshop on aging, the only graduate student to be invited to this prestigious gathering.
May 4th, 2015
Terrier Treated at the College of Veterinary Medicine on the Road to Recovery
Oscar is a dog constantly on the move, be it running, playing, or wrestling, but when his owner noticed that Oscar was beginning to limp, she feared what would happen to the joyful Wire Fox Terrier she loves so much. Read further to learn how the faculty and staff of the College of Veterinary Medicine are helping Oscar get back on his feet.
May 1st, 2015
Veterinary Medicine Commencement set for Ceremony May 5
Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine will award 113 professional DVM degrees during the college’s 108th commencement on Tuesday, May 5. The ceremony will begin at 6 p.m. in Auburn Arena. In addition, 12 Masters of Science in Biomedical Science (thesis and non-thesis) will be conferred and six candidates will be awarded the Doctor of […]
Apr 30th, 2015
Veterinary Medicine Professor Works with Kentucky Derby Trainer in Hoof Research
Dr. Debra Taylor recently returned from a trip to Dubai as part of her research into horse hooves, which could have significant impact on the training and care of future Kentucky Derby horses. Read more to see why this research could have a major impact on thoroughbred racing.