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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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Dec 1, 2014
Imagine if one day your beloved pet dog was a healthy and energetic member of the family, and the next day he was completely paralyzed in all four limbs, with no apparent cause. This is what happened to George and Jill Carter’s five-year-old Labrador Retriever, Magnum. “He could not stand, or even pee,” says […]Read full story.
Nov 20, 2014
Dr. Claudia Hase, associate professor at the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine, has clarified the identity of a bacteria that hurt commercial oyster hatcheries in the Pacific Northwest. Oyster Larval Death was previously thought to be caused by Vibrio tubiashii, but Hase has published a new study showing it was actually caused by a different […]
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Nov 19, 2014
Two OSU students took top prizes at the annual conference of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists. Isaac Barber-Axthelm (Class of 2016) won first place for Best Student Poster in a field of 40 international competitors. Laura Tensa (Class of 2016) won second place. They both competed in the Natural Disease category. Barber-Axthelm’s topic was […]Read full story.