A healthier world starts here
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.
Learn about Dr. Raelene Wouda and her clinical research in oncology at the Veterinary Health Center at Kansas State University. Clinical trials help healthcare professionals, including veterinarians, human doctors, pharmacists and others, evaluate new treatments and diagnostic tests for various diseases, including cancer. The VHC has several clinical trials that are currently open for enrollment.
A meeting to sync up the Kansas beef industry and veterinary profession in combatting anaplasmosis infections in Kansas cow herds will be held May 11, 2016 at the College Conference Center at the Kansas State University Polytechnic Campus located at 2310 Centennial Road in Salina.
The Grazier highlights news and events from the Beef Cattle Institute, including features on Kansas beef producers, rural practitioners and K-State College of Veterinary Medicine students, faculty, staff and activities
Animal diseases pose significant threats to health and food security. Here are nine things to know about animal vaccine development according to three College of Veterinary Medicine scientists involved in vaccine research: Drs. Jürgen Richt, Bob Rowland and Jishu Shi.
A new research project in the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University has been successful in treating a deadly cat disease that has previously been nearly 100 percent fatal. Dr. Yunjeong Kim, an associate professor in the college's diagnostic medicine and pathobiology department, has worked with collaborators in diverse fields to develop an antiviral compound for feline coronavirus associated with feline infectious peritonitis, more commonly known as FIP.
The CVM's new director of International Programs was in Washington, D.C., in late March at the National Academy of Sciences where gave a presentation on One Health from an international perspective. A webcast and PDF of the presentation are posted at the PCAST website.
Diagnostic results are now within touch at the Kansas State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory — thanks to the launch of a brand-new app for mobile devices. The lab anticipates the new app will improve customer service and efficiency at delivering results to veterinarians across the country.
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.