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At the College of Veterinary Medicine, we embrace the One Health concept. We recognize how animal and human health are deeply intertwined. This understanding guides everything we do, from innovation and excellence in teaching to research and service to promote animal and human health for the public good. As a college, we are committed to an environment that is fulfilling and rewarding, and is recognized for good communication, productive collaboration, mutual respect, diversity, integrity and honesty.
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At the College of Veterinary Medicine, the television program "DocTalk" starts production on its new set. DocTalk features host Dr. Dan Thomson, director of the Beef Cattle Institute and Jones Professor of Production Medicine, as he interviews Kansas State University veterinary medicine faculty and other special guests about a wide range of topics related to animal health. The showed is broadcast to a national audience via RFD-TV on cable channels. Learn more about DocTalk in this month's Lifelines video feature.
The official newsletter of the Beef Cattle Institute includes these highlights this month: “Male Cattle Management in a Modern Beef Industry,” BCI Graduate Student Awarded Dual-Degree Scholarship,” “BCI Represented at International Beef Cattle Symposium,” plus read this month’s Producer Spotlight, Rural Practitioner, Student Spotlight, and more!
Dr. Mike Dryden receives the top parasitologist award from the AAVP; Dr. Dan Thomson collaborates with researchers on a novel cattle syndrome discovery; Take a behind-the-scenes tour of the new DocTalk set inthis month’s video … see these stories and more.
A research project by an interior architecture & product design student at Kansas State University in the College of Architecture, Planning & Design, has turned CT scans of animal bone fractures and deformities into full-scale 3-D prints that veterinarians in the College of Veterinary Medicine can use for teaching, to plan surgeries and to find more cost-effective ways to treat four-legged patients.
Scientists at Kansas State University's Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory have modified a test that measures an animal's immune response to the rabies virus, a change that will cost pet owners less money and may help reduce the number of yearly vaccines for pets.
The College of Veterinary Medicine Welcomes the Class of 2019
Following a national search, Kansas State University, Dr. Tammy Beckham became the new dean of the College of Veterinary Medicine, as of Aug. 2. Dr. Beckham will be speaking at the 2015 Animal Health Research Symposium sponsored by the Kansas City Area Life Sciences Institute, to be held Aug. 30-31. She will address "Current and Emerging Infectious Disease Threats to U.S. Livestock & Poultry Industries." See more here: http://www.kclifesciences.org/events/animal-health-symposium/
Do you know a graduating or current veterinary technician looking for a fantastic new opportunity? The Veterinary Technician Intern Program at the VHC offers exposure to a variety of specialties and access to board-certified veterinarians and may be the perfect option! More details and application can be found here: http://www.vet.k-tate.edu/vhc/about/employment/TechnicianInternship.html Or contact Lisa Bryant at email@example.com.