Veterinarian Industry Announcements


CSU Veterinary Medicine Program Ranks High

October 11, 2002

Colorado State University's Veterinary Medicine program was ranked second in the nation, according to U.S. News & World Report's annual 2001 Graduate Guide issued recently.

The veterinary medical program, which awards Doctor... Read More


New CSU Semen Facility Meets International Standards

September 11, 2002

The new stallion barn at Colorado State University’s Equine Reproduction Laboratory, specifically designed to meet the requirements for exporting semen internationally, is now complete and prepared to handle client requests around the... Read More


Horse Health at AVMA

September 01, 2002

The annual convention of the American Veterinary Medical Association, held July 13-17, drew practitioners from around the world. One topic of particular timeliness was the growing use of extracorporeal shock wave therapy (ESWT) for various... Read More


LSU Equine Health Studies Program Holds Second Annual Stallion Auction

August 02, 2002

The Equine Health Studies Program (EHSP) in the Louisiana State University (LSU) School of Veterinary Medicine will launch its second annual Internet Stallion Service Auction in October to generate funds for expansion of the school's Equine... Read More


$6 Million Gift Funds Research Chairs at Colorado State's College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

June 11, 2002

Two gifts totaling $6 million will establish endowed chairs at two internationally recognized centers of medical research at Colorado State University.

A private gift of $3 million from Mrs. Barbara Cox Anthony will endow a chair within... Read More


LSU Foal Study On Viral Infections and Recurrent Airway Obstruction

May 01, 2002

Louisiana State University researchers in the School of Veterinary Medicine have begun a study to investigate the effect of viral infections on the immune response of neonatal foals, specifically if exposure to influenza virus reduces the risk... Read More


CSU’s Equine Orthopaedic Laboratory Seeks More Horses with Navicular Disease

February 19, 2002

Researchers at Colorado State University's (CSU) Equine Orthopaedic Laboratory are once again seeking to recruit horses suffering with navicular disease to participate in the next phase of a new shoe study.

The first study, which began... Read More


CSU Launches First Combined DVM and MBA Degree

February 13, 2002

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and the College of Business at Colorado State University have launched the first program in North America combining the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and Masters of Business... Read More


Veterinary Schools Get Anderson Sling

February 01, 2002

A newly purchased Anderson sling will provide improved support for horses recovering from neurological problems or surgery at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine. Oregon State University's veterinary school recently... Read More


Morrisville College Offers Racing Industry Education

January 16, 2002

For young people interested in the Thoroughbred racing industry, there have traditionally been two career options--apprenticeship in a racing stable or at a breeding and training farm. Morrisville College in upstate New York has added another... Read More


Offices of State Veterinarians

January 07, 2002


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Wisconsin Veterinary School Gets Anderson Sling

December 27, 2001

A newly purchased Anderson sling will provide improved support for horses recovering from neurological problems or surgery at the University of Wisconsin-Madison School of Veterinary Medicine.

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Final Reports from NAHMS Study Released

November 07, 2001

The USDA's National Animal Health Monitoring System (NAHMS) has announced the availability of four information sheets based on its Equine '98 study. These sheets represent the final products of the study.

Equine '98... Read More


College Equine Program Adopts Myotherapy

November 02, 2001

Whether it is a concentration on stud farm management or therapeutic riding, there's a niche for career-bound horse enthusiasts in universities all over the country. This fall, Teikyo Post University became the first college in New England to... Read More


LSU Laminitis Research

November 02, 2001

Two equine researchers at the Louisiana State University (LSU) School of Veterinary Medicine recently received a USDA National Research Initiative Mech-anisms of Disease Grant to study the cause of laminitis. This disease causes chronic lameness... Read More


Vet School Confidential: TV Show Goes Behind the Scenes

November 01, 2001

Television viewers were able to get behind-the-scenes exposure to veterinary school this fall with "Vet School Confidential," a television program filmed at Michigan State University. The 13-part series... Read More


Morris Animal Foundation Announces 14 New Equine Health Studies

October 19, 2001

Morris Animal Foundation (MAF) is funding 14 new equine health studies for fiscal year 2002 that address developmental bone disease, foal diseases, gastrointestinal diseases, genetics, immunology, infectious diseases, neurology, pain management,... Read More


LSU Equine Veterinary Research: Young and Growing

October 16, 2001

The Thoroughbred racing and breeding industries in Louisiana were influential in funding and building the veterinary school at Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, but the school serves all the state's horses and their owners. Although one... Read More


CSU Breaks Ground for New Wing of Veterinary Teaching Hospital

October 03, 2001

Today (Oct. 3) Colorado State University is scheduled to break ground on the long-awaited new wing to the James L. Voss Veterinary Teaching Hospital at 300 W. Drake Road in Fort Collins.

Set for 10 a.m. on the southwest side of the... Read More


UK Gluck Center Looking to Fill Position

August 24, 2001

The University of Kentucky's Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center is searching for a scientist to fill a post-doctoral position. The candidate must have experience in molecular biology, and will perform research on the genetic basis of diseases... Read More


LSU's Vet Diagnostics Lab Helps Monitor Vector-borne Diseases

June 29, 2001

As mosquito and other insect populations increase during the summer months, so do epidemics of diseases carried by those insects, including the deadly equine encephalitis. But researchers at LSU are working to curb the spread of vector-borne... Read More


LSU Launches Auction To Expand Intensive Care Unit

June 29, 2001

The Equine Health Studies Program (EHSP) in the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine will launch its first annual multiple-breed Stallion Service Auction in September to generate funds for expansion of the Equine Intensive Care Unit in the... Read More


AVMA Wants Legislation Preparing For Foreign Animal Disease Outbreaks

May 25, 2001

The AVMA is working with officials in Washington, DC, to draft legislation outlining procedures for preventing the introduction of a foreign animal disease in North America, and a well-coordinated emergency response plan to be implemented in the... Read More


UK College of Agriculture Briefing 5/20

May 20, 2001

The scientific investigation into Mare Reproductive Loss Syndrome continued through the weekend as all teams work in their specific areas of expertise. The investigative analysis team, headed by Dr. Thomas Tobin, is requesting samples of mare... Read More


UK College of Agriculture: Mare Reproductive Loss Syndrome Briefing 5/19/01

May 19, 2001

May 19-As of noon, a total of 11 additional aborted/stillborn equine fetuses/foals (9 late-term and 2 early-term) have been submitted for diagnostic testing/evaluation. The total as of this count since April 28, 2001 is... Read More