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Theresa Leger

THERESA LEGER

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Veterinary Clinical Sciences
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Oklahoma State University
2065 W FARM RD
STILLWATER, OK
Phone: 405-744-7000

theresa.leger@okstate.edu

Rita Rhoads

RITA RHOADS

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Veterinary Clinical Sciences
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Oklahoma State University
4923 PINTO DRIVE
STILLWATER, OK
Phone: 405-385-2383

rita.rhoads@okstate.edu

Elizabeth Barter

ELIZABETH BARTER

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Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Resident

Oklahoma State University
2065 W FARM ROAD
STILLWATER, OK
Phone: 405-564-4049

elizabeth.barter@okstate.edu

Cronin Cronin

CRONIN CRONIN

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Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Locum - Radiology

Oklahoma State University
2065 WEST FARM ROAD
STILLWATER, OK
Phone: 315-559-8646

kcronin@okstate.edu

Bill Dubois

BILL DUBOIS

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Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Locum - Radiology

Oklahoma State University
10078 US HWY 183
ARAPAHO, OK
Phone: 580-323-0150

william.dubois@okstate.edu

Brigett Broyles

BRIGETT BROYLES

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OK Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory
Med Ofc Tech

Oklahoma State University
3922 S HENDERSON ST
STILLWATER, OK
Phone: 405-612-3619

brigett.broyles@okstate.edu

Ektate Receives Kocan Award

Friday, February 16 2018

kalyani ektate

Kalyani Ektate, PhD candidate at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences, recently received the Kocan Memorial Graduate Student Award. This $500 award recognizes excellence in graduate research at the veterinary center. Ektate’s research project is “Motion Compensated Ultrasound Imaging Allows Thermometry and Image-Guided Drug Delivery Monitoring from Echogenic Liposomes.”

Vote for Dr. Lawrence McGill for District 9 AVMA Representative

Wednesday, February 14 2018

Dr. McGill, wife Marilyn and dog Feena

Lawrence (Larry) McGill, DVM, PhD, DACVP, is campaigning to represent Oklahoma, Utah, Kansas, Colorado, Arizona and New Mexico as the American Veterinary Medical Association representative for District 9. Voting occurs digitally in March 2018. Watch for an email from the AVMA concerning voting. McGill is a 1968 DVM graduate and a 2017 Distinguished Alumnus of the Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences.

The Importance of Wellness Exams

Wednesday, February 14 2018

candace lyman

Veterinarians and the American Veterinary Medical Association recommend regular wellness exams for the same reason your physician and dentist recommend them – to detect a problem in its earliest stages.

Early detection can save your pet from needless suffering.  Our pets are very good at hiding their problems from their owners.  In the wild remember that a visibly sick animal is more likely to be attacked by a predator. 

Early detection can also provide owners and their pets with more treatment options and potentially higher rates of success in managing the problem. 

Craig Miller

CRAIG MILLER

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Veterinary Pathobiology
Asst Professor

Oklahoma State University
250 MCELROY HALL
STILLWATER, OK
Phone: 405-744-2219

craig.miller@okstate.edu

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