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A One Health Perspective on Antimicrobial Resistance

Thursday, November 16 2017

laura kahn

During the 2017 Annual Fall Conference, the Class of 1963 Distinguished Lectureship featured Laura H. Kahn, MD, MPH, MPP, FACP. Kahn shared her research on One Health and the growing problem of antimicrobial resistance in “A One Health Perspective on Antimicrobial Resistance.”

Cancer and Pets

Wednesday, November 8 2017

golden retriever with vet

Neoplasia is the uncontrolled, abnormal growth of cells in the body. The growth itself is called a neoplasm or tumor.

Tumors can be benign or malignant. Benign neoplasms tend to grow slowly. They displace, but do not invade, surrounding body tissues and do not spread throughout the body.

Malignant neoplasms, on the other hand, can be unpredictable and grow at various rates, sometimes rapidly. They invade surrounding tissues and spread or metastasize to other parts of the body.

Cooler Weather and Horses

Wednesday, November 1 2017

tan horse

Cooler weather can be ideal horseback riding weather. Nothing like a cool day to energize ourselves and decrease the bugs to make it a perfect day for a good ride.

As cooler days increase, here are some tips to prepare your horse and its environment.

Monitor your pastures. If you have adequate acreage, take horses off specific areas to allow the grasses themselves to prepare for winter. Leaving some height/leaf on the grasses allows them to store nutrients.

AABP Amstutz Bull

Friday, October 27 2017

AABP group

Pictured above (left to right) are: Dr. Jared Taylor, Tara Ediger, Lindsey Thomasson, Dr. John Gilliam, Dr. Melanie Boileau, Tanner Leon, Ashley Wick, RVT, Shannon Van der Laan, Sam Anthony, Arantxa Lasa, RVT, Dr. Robert Streeter, Dr. Jennifer Halleran, resident, and Dr. Sally Venable, intern.


The American Association of Bovine Practitioners Amstutz Bull isn’t just any ordinary bull. The sculpture represents an investment in the future of veterinary bovine practitioners.

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