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.”
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.
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.
Supporting rural veterinary care one story at a time.
“So one thing about me is I did not have a straight path to veterinary school. I wasn’t one of those kids who grew up knowing they wanted to be a veterinarian,” says Dr. Rebekah Hartfield, mixed animal practitioner from Chandler, Okla. “I have a lot of faith and God helped me get through everything that I’ve been through and overcome. That’s what helps me keep going and to keep fighting. I wasn’t going to give up.”
Leading expert Dr. Laura Kahn, will share her research on the vital connection between human, animal and environmental health in “One Health and the Politics of Antimicrobial Resistance” as the keynote presentation at Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Center’s Annual Fall Conference. Her talk will begin at 11:30 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 9, in the Wes Watkins Center auditorium located at the corner of Washington and Hall of Fame on the OSU Stillwater campus.
The Oklahoma State University/A&M Board of Regents today approved the appointment of Dr. Carlos A. Risco as dean of the Oklahoma State University Center for Veterinary Health Sciences. He is expected to assume his position in March.
Risco is currently at the University of Florida where he serves as a tenured professor and chair of the Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences.
Minimally invasive medical procedures are increasing at Oklahoma State University’s Center for Veterinary Health Sciences. A group of clinicians at the center’s Veterinary Medical Hospital have gone the extra mile to learn how to perform these procedures and it’s a win-win-win for all involved.