Wednesday, June 29, 2022 – 9:56am DJI_0541.JPG Under the new agreement, Cornell and the Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) will explore ways to address the complex public health challenges facing Caribbean nations and provide Cornell students and faculty the opportunity to collaborate with Caribbean public health organizations. Photo: CARPHA When Lorraine Francis, associate professor of […]
Tuesday, June 28, 2022 – 9:55am IMG-1988 (2).jpg Crisp’s award-winning career was nearly cut short when he developed immune-mediated keratitis in his right eye. Thanks to clinical partnerships between Cornell and referring veterinarians, the horse is performance-ready once again. Photo: Provided Anyone watching Crisp and his rider Christine Ruh claim the Adult Amateur Hunters title […]
With no children, Elizabeth Logan and her husband, George W., planned for the future of their property. In 1999, the couple decided to donate their estate, including their ranch, to the Oklahoma State University Foundation for agricultural research after their passing. Although she has carried on George W.’s legacy since his death in 2011, Logan […]
Monday, June 27, 2022 – 3:47pm Scopes 2019 Issue 2 Building.jpeg The Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine has selected recipients of the RED (Reducing Educational Debt) scholarship, now in its second year of funding. The scholarship gives designated rising third-year veterinary students tuition-free education for their final two years of their D.V.M. program. Awardees […]
Horse Survives Severe Case of Life-Threatening Pneumonia Rob Warren June 27, 2022 Lillipad overcame a case of severe pleuropneumonia after being treated for several months at the UC Davis veterinary hospital. “Case of the Month” – June 2022 Lillipad, an 11-year-old Thoroughbred mare, was presented at a breeding sale in Washington, but was labeled barren […]
Dr. Carlo Siracusa offer tips for dog owners.
Monday, June 27, 2022 – 10:31am Nature can be dangerous and dramatic—but sometimes it’s just purely peaceful. At the end of a busy season researching how canine distemper virus (CDV) affects Nepal’s tigers and leopards, Cornell Wildlife Health Center’s wild carnivore health specialist Dr. Martin Gilbert took a break to recharge his batteries with the […]
Morgan Stanley of Tulsa, Oklahoma, was named the 2022 Dean Clarence H. McElroy award recipient. Selected by the graduating class and fourth year instructors, the award is the highest honor an Oklahoma State University College of Veterinary Medicine student can achieve.
Fireworks may be a lot of fun for people, but they can be terrifying for animals.
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?