Lessons Learned: Completing a Veterinary Internship Posted on September 22, 2023

We talked to current veterinary interns and residents at MSU about what they've learned and why they chose to follow this path.

Pursing Parasitic Infections: International PhD Student Continues Veterinary Pathology Research at MSU Posted on August 31, 2023

Gloria Daniel-Igwe is a Nigerian PhD student and veterinary pathologist who is determined to impact her home continent through her research. In late December 2023, she arrived at the MSU College of Veterinary Medicine to study a parasite responsible for a deadly infectious disease.

Alumni Feature: Maggie Bodiya Posted by Kelsie Donaldson on August 29, 2023

As a trainer in the anesthesia clinical rotation, Maggie Bodiya (LVT, BS ’10) teaches both veterinary nursing students and DVM students. Her passion and commitment are evident by her nomination for Teacher of the Year by the Veterinary Nursing class of 2022 and her 2023 win of the Distinguished Veterinary Nursing Alumni Award.

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PFAS: using comparative medicine to understand exposure for Veterinary Vertex Posted on August 09, 2023

Drs. Heather Brake and John Kaneene discuss current per- and polyfluoroalkyl substance (PFAS) research. Hosted by associate editor Dr. Sarah Wright and editor-in-chief Dr. Lisa Fortier.

Ask the Expert: How Horse Research can Help Humans Posted on August 09, 2023

It may be surprising to learn that humans and horses share many physiological similarities, particularly in terms of health and development. Jane Manfredi answers questions on what we can learn from equine health research and how it can benefit humans.

Benjamin Adu-Addai (PhD ’12) Wins Zoetis Award for Veterinary Research Excellence Posted by Kelsie Donaldson on August 08, 2023

Dr. Benjamin Adu-Addai, Dr. Dalen Agnew’s first graduate student, was recently presented with the prestigious Zoetis Award for Veterinary Research Excellence. In celebration of this accomplishment, Adu-Addai answered a few questions about his time at MSU, his experience working with Agnew, and the research that won him this award.

Horse health research will help humans stay healthy, too, with insights on reining in diabetes and obesity Posted by Jane Manfredi on July 25, 2023

As a veterinary science researcher, equine surgeon, and sports medicine and rehabilitation specialist, Dr. Jane Manfredi has seen firsthand the similarities between horses and humans.