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The OSU College of Veterinary Medicine is proud of our skilled and dedicated faculty and staff. Your work makes an impact on our community, our state and our world. In addition, you are the role models that help develop our students into practitioners, researchers, and diagnosticians with the skills they need to become leaders in their fields.
Resources for Faculty and Staff
- Dental pathology in conventionally fed and pasture managed dairy cattle.
- Pedicle ties provide a rapid and safe method for feline ovariohysterectomy.
- Evaluation of BHV-1 antibody titer in a cattle herd against different BHV-1 strains.
- Evaluation of the diagnostic accuracy of four-view radiography and conventional computed tomography analysing sacral and pelvic fractures in dogs.
- Application of a nanoflare probe specific to a latency associated transcript for isolation of KHV latently infected cells.
- Augmentation of diaphyseal fractures of the radius and ulna in toy breed dogs using a free autogenous omental graft and bone plating.
- Establishment of a novel and highly permissive cell line for the efficient replication of cyprinid herpesvirus 2 (CyHV-2).
Jan 13, 2016
Cooper LaBrocca was the first dog to benefit from the OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital’s new intraoperative radiotherapy system (IOS). In July 2014, Dr. Katy Townsend removed a squamous cell tumor that was invading the bone in his upper jaw; before closing his incision, the tumor bed was radiated to kill as many cancer cells as […]Read full story.
Jan 7, 2016
In 1951, OSU built the Veterinary Research Laboratory (VRL), a no-frills, one-story, brick building that operated as a part of the College of Agriculture. Eight years later, three small laboratories were added to the building to house the new Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (VDL). By 1975, the VDL included a couple of pathologists, a necropsy room, […]Read full story.
Dec 18, 2015
When the Valley Foundation donated a high-speed CT scanner to the Lois Bates Acheson Veterinary Teaching Hospital in 2010, they not only provided state-of-the-art treatment for hospital patients, they expanded learning opportunities for veterinary students. Dr. Sarah Nemanic, Assistant Professor of Radiology, has a passion for teaching, and loves to use technology to enrich learning […]
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