News and Updates, June/July 2016

Faculty and Staff

  • Hiroyuki Mochizuki, (Molecular Biomedical Sciences), team of researchers find links between canine breed and increased risk for cell tumors.
  • Professor of Toxicology David Dorman, (Molecular Biomedical Sciences), named a National Associate of the National Research Council of the National Academies.
  • Assistant Professor of Communication April Kedrowicz’s, (Clinical Sciences), study on veterinary medical students’ self-perception of communication published in the Journal of Veterinary Medical Education.
  • Pilot program offers Army soldiers and medics training in farm animal veterinary care.
  • Dr. Duncan X. Lascelles, (Clinical Sciences), addresses healthy feline aging in special issue of the Journal of Feline Medicine and Surgery.
  • Professors Casey M. Theriot, (Population Health & Pathobiology), and Laurianne Van Landeghem, (Molecular Biomedical Sciences), awarded research grants from the Center for Gastrointestinal Biology and Disease.
  • Neurology professor Karen Muñana, (Clinical Sciences), and Clinical Microbiology Laboratory Director Megan Jacob, (Population Health & Pathobiology), awarded grant for canine epilepsy research.

Alumni and Students

  • Doctoral candidate Danielle Mzyk represented CVM at the 2016 American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Forum in Denver.
  • The $50,000 Old Main Native American Indian Veterinarian Scholarship will help with education expenses of American Indian students at CVM.
  • The $50,000 Dr. Alfreda Johnson Webb Scholarship Award Endowment will benefit students from under-represented groups in veterinary medicine.