Veterinary student Lindsey Zachary, DVM '22, pets a purebred Australian Shepherd at the Linn Co. Kennel Club Dog Show.
Rude's sculptures line the walkway to the front entrance of the college.
Learn first responder skills for your pet.
Hobbes is back on the mend.
CCVM's partnership with Oregon Humane Society gave Dr. Harbord the experience she needed to make a career change.
Dr. Kurt Williams joins from Michigan State University.
The grants will help the OVDL expand its role in responding to large disease outbreaks.
Bird dog Jax was injured in a fall off a cliff.
Akira ran into Aubrie Piper and Charlie Beckers lives and they never looked back.
Vet students partnered with raptor rehab centers to research which cases were most likely to be successfully rehabbed.
Melanie Garrett, certified vet tech, and her dog Madeline love to travel.
Dr. Kate Schoenhals will teach you how to recognize and respond to equine emergencies.
The study, led by CCVM faculty, landed the cover of Science Magazine.
Students from the Shelter Medicine Club get advice from '21 graduate Dr. Eilea Delgadillo (right) while examining a patient at the Street Dawgs & Cats event.
Catherine Skinner examines an alpaca as Dr. Cebra teaches during the camelid course.
Tom O'Brien and Jeannine Marshall-O'Brien dedicate the Leilani Comfort Room.
Vanessa is a rescue who was abandoned in the California desert because of a congenital limb defect.
Dr. Carla Schubiger is leading butterfish (aka sablefish) research at Oregon State
Every day, more than 50 different specimen accessions are run or processed at the OVDL to diagnose a huge variety of animal diseases.
Dr. Masson Blow ('21) and son Maddix pose in the middle of the mural gifted to the college by the Class of 2021.
71 graduates earned their doctorates of veterinary medicine.
Dr. Kadie Anderson and colleagues take care of more than 11,400 animals at Point Defiance Zoo & Aquarium.
“It is clear Dr. Spagnoli loves to teach,” wrote one student in the nomination materials.
Though a bit of “trouble,” Benny quickly won their hearts.
Congratulations to this year's awards and scholarship recipients and a special thank you to our sponsors and donors!
"I use my active listening ‘superpower’ to give others the chance to share," said Piper Palmgren (D.V.M. '23).
The Clarks were as loyal to Luca as he was to them.
More than 270 people from six continents atttended.
Chester is one of only about 260 red wolves in the world.
Susan J. Tornquist to lead Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges.
Students and faculty share their stories.
Tom and Chris Levy are giving back to benefit their beloved 'pets and partners.'
College's IDEA Committee works for change.
Research opens the door to possible probiotic treatments.
Arlo was wounded in the line of duty.
Research helps veterinarians and aquarists objectively assess the well-being of giant Pacific octopus.
Dr. Mike Bellinghausen's (pictured here with daughter Stephanie) scholarship fund is aimed at providing access for students from historically underrepresented populations.
Lorie Kennerly loves to travel and plans to spend her retirement seeing the world and spending time with her grandkids.
The Oregon Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory processes 17,500 samples per year.
Chobe received care for an infected uterus.
Dexter was the Nitschelm's "heck of a good guy." Pictured here with Alyssa Nitschelm
Diane Ostergaard sews and donates kennel blankets to our teaching hospital.
New ODA State Veterinarian Ryan Scholz graduated from CCVM in 2011.
The college's diagnostic lab has run nearly 10% of all human COVID-19 tests in Oregon.
Justin Sanders and colleagues from the Oregon Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory were honored with the Beaver Champion Award.
Dr. Schoenhals shares her experience treating animals during the wildfire response.
Researchers trapping mosquitoes in Kruger National Park in South Africa.
More than 110 CCVM volunteers are mobilizing to help treat animals in need.
Convocation message from Lois Bates Acheson Dean Sue Tornquist
Max the sea lion is prepared for a CT scan.
Cecilia Rosas receives CCVM's first ever full-tuition scholarship.
Watch our 2020 Awards & Scholarships Presentation
Dr. Jeremy Redmond examining a foal during the large animal rotation with fourth year students
The Corvallis Sewing Brigade made face masks for our employees in the Acheson Veterinary Teaching Hospital
A discussion featuring animal and health experts
Animal lovers Ken and Celia Austin hope others will join them in donating to a cancer treatment fund.
The college added another 22,000 square feet for students and hospital
An OSU researcher has identified three strains of probiotic that make Pacific oysters healthier..
Volunteer Work Gets Student Jeff Popowich Hooked On Veterinary Medicine
Assistant Professor Brian Dolan is investigating the use of immunotherapy to fight cancer.
New treatment of animals with cancer will provide information that can save human lives too.
The OSU Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory uses molecular diagnostics to help researchers maintain the health of one of their most important tools: Zebrafish.
Researcher Hong Moulton works to develop revolutionary potential of Morpholino oligomers.
Experts in the OSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital use targeted therapies to heal injured sport dogs without surgery.
Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine
Oregon State University
700 SW 30th Street
Corvallis, OR 97331-4801
The college is fully accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association, Council on Education (COE).
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