If at the heart of every miracle is transformation of a hopeless situation, then the Vinson family of Phenix City, Alabama, received their miracle with the successful skull tumor surgery for their dog, Scooby. The 1-year-old Great Dane mix underwent surgery Dec. 10 at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Bailey Small Animal Teaching […]
A University of Missouri scientist received the 2018 Nobel Prize in chemistry Oct. 3, and the recognized technology that he developed has ties and applications among former colleagues and other researchers in Auburn University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. George P. Smith, the MU Curators Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Biological Science at the University of Missouri, is […]
The College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2016 will spend the remaining weeks of their education under the supervision of veterinarians around the world, gaining real-world experience in their chosen disciplines. The eight-week preceptorship allows students to apply what they have learned in classrooms, laboratories, and clinical rotations. The 116-students in the class have chosen […]
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 […]
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