February 8, 2017
Campylobacter in Poultry: An Elusive Pathogen
February 2, 2017
Bradley Blitvich Focus on Vector-borne Diseases
November 30, 2016
CVM Researchers Detail What Makes Costly Ruminant Bacteria So Infectious
November 29, 2016
Groundbreaking Work Published in Five Journals Simultaneously
October 17, 2016
VMPM's Roth Named to National Academy of Medicine
October 13, 2016
ISU Veterinarian Identifies Genetically Novel Virus Associated with Polio-like Symptoms in Pigs
October 5, 2016
BMS Scientists Identify New Lead in Search for Parkinson's Cure
September 30, 2016
Katie Gibson, 4th year Immunobiology graduate student in the VDPAM department has been training to become a graduate peer writing consultant. She offers free and confidential writing consultations to graduate students! Contact her for more information or to schedule an appointment by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 7, 2016
Presidential Research Initiative Promotes Big Thinking in Data-Driven Vet Med Projects
September 2, 2016
Zoetis to Sponsor Postgraduate Research Fellowship at Iowa State
August 9, 2016
ISU Researchers Develop Test to Detect Toxic Blue-Green Algae in Livestock Water Sources
August 8, 2016
ISU Scientists Locate Possible Therapy Target for Spinal Muscular Atrophy
August 1, 2016
Novel Porcine Sapelovirus Found During ISU Diagnostic Investigation
June 30, 2016
BMS Researchers Describe Copper-Induced Misfolding of Prion Proteins
June 21, 2016
Veterinarians Find Easier Way to Collect Diagnostic Samples from Pigs
May 13, 2016
Stay up to date on the latest Professional Development opportunities offered by the Graduate College. There is even a summer event for Writing an Academic Resume.
May 11, 2016
Be sure to check out the new Facebook for the CVM Graduate Students!
April 8, 2016
Graduate Student Awards can now be found in list fashion, by semester, on this page and it is intended to showcase the hard work of our graduate students.
April 7, 2016
Next Generation Sequencing a Game Changer in Veterinary Diagnostic and Clinical Medicine
March 3, 2016
Dr. Daniel Linhares, assistant professor of veterinary diagnostic and production animal medicine, has received a Bi-Award for Advancing Research in Respiratory Disease from the American Association of Swine Veterinarians for his research prposal "Herd Sensitivity of PRRSv-monitoring Schemes on Sow Herds Undergoing Virus Elimination."
Dr. Holly Bender, professor of veterinary pathology, is part of an Iowa State team that has received a Miller Faculty Fellowship grant for a project entitled "Developing an Instructor Survey to Measure the Key Principles of Team-based Learning Instruction."
February 10, 2016
New Study to Update Previous PRRSV Research
February 4, 2016
Dr. Annette O'Connor, professor of veterinary diagnostic and production animal medicine, is leading a big data research team that was selected to receive funding in the Iowa State Presidential Initiative for Interdisciplinary Research. "An Automated Functional Language Extraction (AFLEX) System to Transform the Translation of STEM Research to Society" will receive $450,000 in research support over three years. The team also includes Dr. Hans Coetzee, professor of veterinary diagnostic and production animal medicine.
February 2, 2016
CVM Researchers Link 'Housekeeping' Gene with Male Infertility
February 1, 2016
PRRSV Sequencing Success Dependent Upon Cycle Threshold Values
January 28, 2016
CVM's Annette O'Connor to lead one of four big data research teams awarded Presidential research initiative
November 3, 2015
ISU Veterinary Researchers Discover Mystery Virus That Causes Tremors in Piglets
October 1, 2015
ISU Award for Achievement in Intellectual Property Award to Dr. Patrick Halbur
September 3, 2015
Two faculty members in the College of Veterinary Medicine have received research awards from the college. Dr. Jianqiang Zhang, assistant professor in veterinary diagnostic and production animal medicine, received the Early Career Research Award, while Dr. Cathy Miller, associate professor of veterinary microbiology and preventive medicine, was presented the Mid Career Research Award.
August 20, 2015
Dr. Paul Plummer, assistant professor with a split appointment in veterinary diagnostic and production animal medicine and veterinary microbiology and preventive medicine, is the recipient of the 2015 Zoetis Award for Veterinary Research Excellence, which recognizes outstanding research effort and productivity by veterinary scientists pursuing innovative research. Dr. Plummer is nationally recognized for his work on Campylobacter jejuni-associated sheep abortions and for development of an innovative model and use of metagenomics tools to advance understanding on bovine digital dermatitis. His work has had a major impact on helping practitioners with effective, evidence-based intervention strategies.
July 15, 2015
Dr. Wilson Rumbeiha Bringing Change to Mongolia
April 9, 2015
ISU Veterinary Researchers Study Retinal Scans as Early Detection Methods for Mad Cow Disease
February 12, 2015
ISU Veterinary Researcher Studies Impact of Disease and Climate Change on Camel Herd in Africa