May 07, 2021 12:00 PM

ATTENTION, PLEASE SHARE WIDELY: beginning Wednesday, May 5, the MSU Small Animal Emergency Service will only be able to admit patients that our clinicians consider unstable or to have a life-threatening condition. Please visit the Hospital's website for more information:

Graduation 2021: DVM and Veterinary Nursing Grads Share Memories, Advice Posted on May 05, 2021 We spoke with three 2021 graduates of the Veterinary Nursing and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Programs about what lies behind them and what is yet to come.
Spartan Researcher Leads Public Health Outreach in Pakistan Posted by Allison Hammerly on May 04, 2021 Of the many lessons reinforced during 2020 and 2021, the idea that animal and human health are interconnected has sat at the forefront of many public health discussions.
Advocates and Ambassadors: BRUSH Program Looks Ahead to Shifting Norms, Expanding Knowledge Posted by Allison Hammerly on April 22, 2021 A recent funding renewal for a key summer program will grant students firsthand experience with research—especially those belonging to populations that are underrepresented in the sciences.

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A Little MSU Magic: Palliative Radiation Therapy for Nanny, the Unicorn Rabbit Posted by Katheryn L. Sullivan Kutil on April 22, 2021

Nanny was a 4-year-old mixed-breed rabbit, most known for her “unicorn” appearance who was presented to the MSU Radiation Oncology Service for palliative radiation therapy of a suspect thymoma.

Celebrating Women's History Month with Dr. Gretchen Flo Posted on March 31, 2021

March is Women's History Month, and our College's history would be incomplete without Dr. Gretchen Flo, one of the first women in veterinary orthopedic surgery.

Beating Isolation: Student Organizations Take Advantage of an Online World Posted by Allison Hammerly on March 16, 2021 The creative thinkers of the College’s student body have not only found creative ways to continue business during remote learning, they’ve even found ways to make the “new normal” work in their favor.
Spartan Veterinarians Assisting in the COVID-19 Vaccination Response Posted on March 12, 2021

More than 100 APHIS employees including 5 Spartan veterinarians have deployed to Las Vegas, where they spend 8-12 hours per day, 5 to 6 days per week, to help administer thousands of vaccines.