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Feb 13, 2015
Gonorrhea infects 100 million new people every year. Here’s the really scary part: the disease is becoming resistant to third-generation antibiotics. According to the World Health Organization “Gonorrhea may soon become untreatable, as no vaccines or new drugs are in development. It is an increasingly serious threat to global public health.” Assistant Professor Deidre Johns, […]
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Feb 13, 2015
The American Veterinary Medical Foundation is offering more than two dozen scholarships for 2015. New this year are $1,000 scholarships for 12 first-, second-, or third-year veterinary students. Specifically, two scholarships each will be awarded to students interested in the following areas of veterinary medicine: Companion animal Equine Food animal Poultry Aquatic animal Zoo animal […]Read full story.
Feb 13, 2015
In 1975, the Oregon State Legislature responded to the need for more veterinarians in Oregon by establishing the OSU Veterinary School – on paper only. They did not appropriate any funds. Lucky for us, they appointed Dr. E. Edward Wedman as the Dean, and he was determined to get the money and build a college. […]Read full story.