No Ear Canal? No Problem: Spartan Surgeons Straighten Out Young Dog’s Ear Posted on May 14, 2024

Otto, a Wirehaired Pointing Griffon, visited the MSU Veterinary Medical Center when his primary veterinarian realized he lacked an ear canal.

‘The program will teach you what you need to know!’: Q&A with Two Veterinary Nursing Students Posted on May 09, 2024

Two veterinary nursing students from the beginning and end of their educations at MSU offer their perspectives on what it takes to learn veterinary nursing at MSU.

Avian Influenza: Explaining The Current Outbreak Posted on April 30, 2024

Since February 2022, the United States has been dealing with a severe outbreak of highly pathogenic avian influenza (HPAI) in commercial and backyard bird flocks. In a series of videos, Dr. Kim Dodd, the director of the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, explains how the current outbreak began and what makes it unique.

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We Can Build It: Anastomosis to Correct Ear Canal Atresia in a Wirehaired Pointing Griffon Posted on April 24, 2024

Otto, a one-year-old Wirehaired Pointing Griffon, presented to the Internal Medicine service at the MSU Veterinary Medical Center after his primary veterinarian noted that the energetic young dog did not appear to have an opening for his right ear to the ear canal.

Photo Blog: Dr. Bartolomeo Gorgoglione visits Thailand and Indonesia Posted on April 16, 2024

Check out some photos from Dr. Bartolomeo Gorgoglione's recent trip to Southeast Asia!

Endowment Funds Used to Purchase Augmented Reality Headsets that Display Closed Captions Posted by Kelsie Donaldson on April 08, 2024

Using resources from the Holden Fund, the College of Veterinary Medicine recently purchased two Microsoft HoloLens 2 headsets to generate real-time closed captions for deaf and hearing-impaired students working in the clinic.

The Veterinary Team Bond: From the Classroom to Long-Term Career Success Posted on March 28, 2024

Tiffany Burk, a Veterinary Nursing alum and member of the Alumni Advisory Council, shares some thoughts on the team-centered bond between veterinarians and veterinary nurses.