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Charting your Future: The work you do at Oregon State’s College of Veterinary Medicine is preparing you to follow your passion, whether it’s animal or human health. Our faculty and staff are dedicated to providing you with individual attention and access to some of the Northwest’s most sophisticated diagnostic and rehabilitation facilities. The experiential learning opportunities you pursue – in Corvallis, Portland, and beyond – give you hands-on skills that go beyond the classroom, so that when you graduate you’ll be ready use your knowledge to create healthier, happier communities.
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- Class of 2014 White Coat Ceremony (pdf)
Jan 21, 2015
By Dr. Jennifer Ree In my first 18 months as a small animal surgery resident at Oregon State University, I’ve had many amazing learning experiences. My mentors at OSU have challenged me daily to widen and cultivate my knowledge, as well as improve my surgical and clinical skills. I have also participated in ongoing studies […]
The post Veterinary Surgery Resident Looks Back On A Very Busy Year appeared first on Vet Gazette.Read full story.
Jan 21, 2015
CVM Professor Anna Jolles received national attention for her recently published findings on the relationship between deworming and the spread of infectious disease. Jolles studies water buffalo in South Africa’s Kruger National Park. Jolles work was featured in both Science magazine and Science Daily.Read full story.
Jan 21, 2015
CVM leadership has a commitment to keeping the curriculum dynamic and relevant for students. One example is a new program focuses on clinical communication, and requires third-year students to conduct mock client interviews with trained actors. During this interview, students takes an oral history, determine the presenting problems and concerns of the client, then communicate […]Read full story.