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  • 02/03/2012 VDL Vet Med Announces Spring 2012 Ramsey Lecture Series

    Three guest lecturers will participate in the spring 2012 Ramsey Lecture Series at the College of Veterinary Medicine. All lectures begin at noon and are open to the public. A research poster session will precede each seminar at 11:15 a.m. in the college's west (fish tank) lobby.

    Following is the Ramsey lineup for spring semester:

  • 02/03/2012 VDPAM Vet Med Announces Spring 2012 Ramsey Lecture Series

    Three guest lecturers will participate in the spring 2012 Ramsey Lecture Series at the College of Veterinary Medicine. All lectures begin at noon and are open to the public. A research poster session will precede each seminar at 11:15 a.m. in the college's west (fish tank) lobby.

    Following is the Ramsey lineup for spring semester:

  • 02/03/2012 VMC Vet Med Announces Spring 2012 Ramsey Lecture Series

    Three guest lecturers will participate in the spring 2012 Ramsey Lecture Series at the College of Veterinary Medicine. All lectures begin at noon and are open to the public. A research poster session will precede each seminar at 11:15 a.m. in the college's west (fish tank) lobby.

    Following is the Ramsey lineup for spring semester:

  • 01/26/2012 Home Page Veterinary Spinal Surgery Course: Exciting Advances in Devices, Technology and Techniques

    Like human medicine, the field of veterinary medicine has seen tremendous advancements in technology and technique in the past decade. One of the areas of veterinary medicine with significant life-improving, life-saving advances is neurosurgery. These advancements have significantly improved treatment options for many types of spinal injuries

  • 01/26/2012 VCS Veterinary Spinal Surgery Course: Exciting Advances in Devices, Technology and Techniques

    Like human medicine, the field of veterinary medicine has seen tremendous advancements in technology and technique in the past decade. One of the areas of veterinary medicine with significant life-improving, life-saving advances is neurosurgery. These advancements have significantly improved treatment options for many types of spinal injuries

  • 01/26/2012 VMC Veterinary Spinal Surgery Course: Exciting Advances in Devices, Technology and Techniques

    Like human medicine, the field of veterinary medicine has seen tremendous advancements in technology and technique in the past decade. One of the areas of veterinary medicine with significant life-improving, life-saving advances is neurosurgery. These advancements have significantly improved treatment options for many types of spinal injuries

  • 01/26/2012 Home Page VBMA Student Chapter Earns 3rd Place in National Competition

    The College of Veterinary Medicine's student chapter of the Veterinary Business Management Association (VBMA) placed 3rd in the VBMA's annual competition. The national competition held annually and veterinary schools from across the United States participate.

  • 01/25/2012 Home Page One Health Advocates Have a New Way to Connect On the One Health Commission Website

     

    AMES, Iowa – The One Health Commission, a globally focused organization dedicated to the improved health of people, domestic animals, wildlife, plants and the environment has launched a newly redesigned website where people can share accomplishments and ideas using the One Health approach for global health benefits. The site address is www.onehealthcommission.org.

  • 01/13/2012 Home Page ISU Veterinarian’s Research is Inspiration for LEGO League Project on Food Safety

    When the eight-member team of 4-Hers from Plymouth County competes in Saturday’s FIRST Lego League Competition, ISU associate professor and veterinarian H. Scott Hurd and three of his children, will be in the crowd cheering them on.

  • 01/06/2012 Home Page ISU Alumnus Receives Honorary Degree from One of the World’s Oldest Veterinary Colleges

     

    Iowa State University alumnus, Dr. Marcus E. Kehrli, Jr., was one of seven world-renowned veterinarians awarded an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Liège in Belgium. The prestigious Honoris Causa Doctor insignia was bestowed during the fall celebration of the 175th anniversary of the university’s faculty. Established in 1836, the veterinary college at the University of Liège is one of the oldest in the world.