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A Caring Community: Whether you work here or would like to join us, we’d like you to know we appreciate what our faculty and staff bring to the College of Veterinary Medicine. Your work helps us make breakthroughs in veterinary and human medicine. Our students look to your success as an example. And your dedication to them means that future generations of practitioners, researchers and diagnosticians have the solid skills they need to become leaders in their fields.
- Ruminal bioremediation of the high energy melting explosive (HMX) by sheep microorganisms.
- Association of abnormal hind-limb postures and back arch with gait abnormality in dairy cattle.
- Comparative anatomy, physiology, and mechanisms of disease production of the esophagus, stomach, and small intestine.
- Characterization of the collagen-like exosporium protein, BclA1, of Clostridium difficile spores.
- Pathology in practice. Primitive neuroectodermal tumor (PNET) with ependymal differentiation.
- Histopathological features of canine spontaneous non-neoplastic gastric polyps - a retrospective study of 15 cases.
- Autolysis in Vibrio tubiashii and Vibrio coralliilyticus.
Jul 31, 2014
Women make up 57% of the student population of U.S. colleges. In veterinary medicine, women hold 78% of the seats, and now outnumber men in veterinary practice. When Pam Wagner vonMatthiessen graduated from the UC Davis veterinary program in 1976, it was a different story. Women were rare in veterinary medicine, especially large animal medicine. [...] Read full story.
Jul 30, 2014
A team from the CVM large animal hospital, including Drs. Mecham, Montilla, and Estill, helped the Confederated Tribes of Warm Springs castrate more than a dozen wild horses last week. Fourth-year students and hospital staff assisted. “It was just an amazing experience,” says Liz Harbert, Student Teaching Tech. “It was really interesting to see the [...] Read full story.
Jul 30, 2014
Tess Collins is the new Admissions Coordinator for the College of Veterinary Medicine. Tess grew up in Idaho, originally living up north in the panhandle and then moving to Boise to complete her undergraduate degree in psychology. She moved to Corvallis three years ago to complete her Masters of Education degree in College Student Services [...] Read full story.