March 2019

Mar 27th, 2019

Outstanding faculty recognized by the college

The College of Veterinary Medicine recently honored four faculty with the college’s top teaching awards, recognizing the work of exceptional teaching in the college’s mission of educating future veterinarians and biomedical scientists. “The faculty honored are truly outstanding clinicians, researchers and educators and are exemplars of the numerous dedicated faculty at the College of Veterinary […]

February 2019

Feb 22nd, 2019

Auburn University senior is on a mission for a cure for GM1

When Auburn University senior Cassie Bebout was 6 years old, her 9-year-old brother Jake died from GM1, a rare genetic disease with no cure. Cassie’s life was changed forever. The senior molecular biology major, who will earn her bachelor’s degree in May, has devoted her college career to helping find a possible cure for the […]

October 2018

Oct 10th, 2018

Akingbemi one of 19 recipients of 2018 Auburn Faculty Awards

Benson Akingbemi, professor of anatomy, physiology and pharmacology in the College of Veterinary Medicine, is one of 19 Auburn University faculty who will receive the university’s highest honors at the Faculty Awards ceremony Tuesday, Nov. 13, at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. The faculty, in recognition of life-changing research, outreach, instruction and […]

July 2018

Jul 9th, 2018

Faculty, Alumni, Students Attend Veterinary Leadership Experience

Ten Auburn faculty, students and alumni attended a national veterinary conference aimed at bringing together those in the profession to develop skills in leadership, communication, self-awareness, and self-care. Held in Post Falls, Idaho, in June, the Veterinary Leadership Experience (VLE) is a weeklong intensive leadership training program that encourages participants to think outside the box for […]

March 2018

Mar 27th, 2018

College Recognizes Outstanding Faculty

The College of Veterinary Medicine honored four faculty with the college’s top teaching awards, recognizing the work of exceptional teaching in the college’s mission of educating future veterinarians and biomedical scientists. “The faculty honored are truly outstanding clinicians, researchers and educators and are exemplars of the numerous dedicated faculty at the College of Veterinary Medicine,” […]

Mar 7th, 2018

Auburn veterinary professor researching effect of soybeans on male hormonal activity

Soybeans, considered to be a nutritious and good source of dietary protein, may have unwanted effects as well, and scientists are questioning some of the long-term impacts they might have on hormonal activity—particularly in males, according to an Auburn University professor. Dr. Benson Akingbemi, a professor of anatomy in the Department of Anatomy, Physiology and […]

February 2018

Feb 7th, 2018

Boshell 11th Annual Research Day Feb. 16 at the Hotel and Dixon Conference Center

The development of a pioneering artificial pancreas system and other important diabetes  research updates are the focus of the Boshell Diabetes and Metabolic Diseases Research Program at Auburn University’s 11th Annual Research Day Friday, Feb. 16 at The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center. The event, which has grown each year, brings more […]

July 2017

Jul 26th, 2017

CVM-Engineering Collaboration Improving Equine Wound Healing

Stem cell therapy is an emerging medical technology popularly used in the equine industry to treat horses for a variety of athletic injuries. The regenerative medicine technique uses cells from the horse’s own body to repair and speed up healing in such injuries as bowed tendons and torn ligaments, and theoretically, make the healing bond […]

Jul 26th, 2017

Dr. Erin Groover

Dr. Erin Groover, an assistant professor of equine internal medicine in the Department of Clinical Sciences, has been recognized by the North American Veterinary Community as one of its top Sessions of the Year. Dr. Groover’s session, “Antimicrobials: Rational Use in Horses”, was one of only six selected – and the only large animal-focused program […]

Jul 26th, 2017

Dr. Frank F. “Skip” Bartol

Dr. Frank F. “Skip” Bartol (DASC ‘75) was presented the 2017 Dairy Science Outstanding Alumni Award during Virginia Tech’s 2017 College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Awards program. Dr. Bartol, Alumni Professor & associate dean of Research and Graduate Studies at Auburn University, was inspired by Dr. Dick Saacke as an undergraduate in the Department […]