Comet at the Vet: Sharing Veterinary Medicine with Kids Posted on June 24, 2022

You’re a middle-school student faced with an animal patient: Comet, a ten-year-old Bichon Frise whose leg appears injured after a jump from a bunk bed. What do you do?

CVM Award Winner Kelli Keith on her Winding Career Path and Passion for Mentorship Posted by Kelsie Donaldson on June 10, 2022

The winner of the 2022 CVM Distinguished Veterinary Technology Alumni Award talks about the steps she's taken to get where she is today.

What Goes Around Comes Around: Chatting with a Contributor and a Recipient of the Oncology Treatment Support Fund Posted by Kelsie Donaldson on June 09, 2022

Sally, who donated to the Oncology Treatment Support Fund, and AliReda, who received money from the fund, speak on the importance of paying it forward.

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Fox47: Mid-Michigan is seeing an uptick in ticks. Here's what you need to know. Posted on June 03, 2022

Dr. Jean Tsao is a professor in the Department of Fisheries and Wildlife at Michigan State University. She's been studying ticks since 1994. Their numbers are increasing.

Walking the Walk: MSU VetMed Dean Pursues DEI Leadership, Career Development Posted on June 02, 2022

In 2020, Dr. Birgit Puschner was supposed to be in Washington, D.C. for the Millennium Leadership Initiative, a leadership development program. Of course, it didn’t work out—but for Puschner, dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine at Michigan State University, it’s perfect timing.

Veterinary Student Assignment Published in Scientific Journal, Addressing Dairy Research Needs Posted on May 20, 2022

Three 2021 graduates of the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine have published one of their DVM course assignments as a knowledge summary in the journal Veterinary Evidence.

The First of His Kind: MSU Surgeons Repair Kitten’s Fracture with Patented Surgical Nail Posted by Katheryn L. Sullivan Kutil on May 20, 2022

Otis is the first cat ever to have an I-Loc 4mm interlocking nail placed in their humerus.