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VMBS Faculty, Staff Members Recognized By TVMA Outgoing President

Mandy Zachgo and Dr. Jodi Long Two individuals from the Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (VMBS) received 2024 President’s Awards from the Texas Veterinary Medical Association (TVMA) in recognition of their support for the outgoing president, Dr. Jodi Long. Dr. Lori Teller, a VMBS clinical professor, and Mandy Zachgo, a veterinary […]

“Assistant Manager” Cat Gets Cancer Treatment and Moves Research Forward

“Assistant Manager” Cat Gets Cancer Treatment and Moves Research Forward Rob Warren April 16, 2024 Erin Min and Tom Hinds Horatio at Seventh Son Brewing Co. in Columbus, Ohio. What should a business owner do when a favorite employee gets cancer? What if that employee is a cat? When Horatio, “Assistant Manager Cat” of Seventh […]

In the face of adversity: Paco’s journey through critical care

Paco sitting in his favorite window, waiting to say hello to the neighbor. (Photo courtesy Yarrow family) In a tale of determination, Paco, the 2-year-old cat, defied the odds and bounced back from the brink of illness. Marked by intensive care and surgical aptitude, his journey captivated the hearts of our veterinary hospital. A teddy […]

Texas A&M Small Animal Teaching Hospital Welcomes New Dentist

Dr. Adriana Regalado As the Texas A&M Small Animal Teaching Hospital’s (SATH) newest veterinary dentist, Dr. Adriana Regalado is advancing veterinary dental techniques while educating Aggie veterinary students on the importance of caring for patients’ teeth. Regalado joins the SATH’s Dentistry Service as a clinical assistant professor in the Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine […]

Exotics Medicine Resident Wins National Award

Exotics Medicine Resident Wins National Award Rob Warren April 15, 2024 Faculty members of the Companion Exotic Animal Medicine and Surgery Service present the 2024 American Association of Veterinary Clinicians Resident Award to Dr. Nicole Mikoni. Dr. Nicole Mikoni has treated numerous exotic species, including this armadillo. Dr. Nicole Mikoni, a resident in the Companion […]

Texas A&M Veterinary School Rises In National, Global Rankings

Texas A&M veterinary students begin learning principles of surgery, such as surgical knots, in their first year.Photo by Jason Nitsch ’14, Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences The Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (VMBS) has climbed the veterinary school rankings to No. 4 in the United States and […]

New faculty profile: Dr. Arunika Das

Monday, April 15, 2024 – 3:12pm The Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has recently welcomed many new faculty members to our academic departments, each one bringing a unique set of skills and experience that enriches our college every day. In this Q&A series, you’ll get to know their interests, expertise and more. Dr. […]

Now Recruiting Dogs with Babesia gibsoni

Principle Investigator Dr. Birkenheuer Description NC State College of Veterinary Medicine is enrolling dogs with Babesia gibsoni in a trial to evaluate if the use of a new drug combination (atovaquone/proguanil hydrochloride, azithromycin, and artemisinin) can improve treatment outcomes. A new treatment regimen using atovaquone/proguanil hydrochloride, azithromycin, and an artemisinin derivative has recently been shown to […]

What Horse Owners Need to Know About Equine Strangles

Equine strangles is a highly infectious disease that, though rarely fatal, can quickly spread through a barn and affect many horses.  “It’s usually probably three to four weeks total for a horse to clear the infection, and during that time, they can give it to a whole lot of other horses,” says Dr. Kate Hepworth, […]