Friday, October 2, 2015

MSU administrators, faculty named SEC academic leadership fellows

Dr. Ron McLaughlin has been named an SEC Academic Leadership Fellow! He is among a very select group identified as the region's academic leaders. Read more....
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Thursday, October 1, 2015

Panola County junior at MSU authors national research study

Contact: Karen Templeton

STARKVILLE, Miss—A Batesville honors student at Mississippi State is the lead author on a research study being published in the December edition of an international medical journal. The report in Virology by university junior Lucas J. Ferguson is titled “Influenza D virus infection in Mississippi beef cattle.” A new influenza virus and its impacts on bovine production systems is the article’s focus.  read more....

Thursday, September 24, 2015

MSU veterinary researcher, teacher receives national award

Congratulations, Dr. Dave Smith, on receiving this well-deserved national award!

Posted by Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine on Wednesday, September 23, 2015

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Friday, September 4, 2015

MSU emergency vet clinic gets dog back on his feet

By Brandi Van Ormer
MSU College of Veterinary Medicine

FLOWOOD, Miss. -- Most amazing stories begin on a normal day, and the story of a collie named Lad was no different.  But what started as a routine day of play ended with a long-term relationship with experts at the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s affiliate emergency and specialty center in Flowood.

While his owner, Tommy Foster, was mowing the back lawn one afternoon, Lad enjoyed a visit with the neighbor’s dogs and a quick dip in his wading pool, and then he took off again. When Foster finished mowing, he called for his dog and heard only a distant whine in answer.  read more...

Katrina disaster fund still helps animals

Learn more about the MS Animal Disaster Relief Fund and how you can help from State Veterinarian and MSU-CVM alum Dr. Jim Watson and our very own Dr. Carla Huston:
Posted by Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine on Thursday, September 3, 2015

Thursday, September 3, 2015

Unusual behaviors signal possible diseases in animals

Thanks to Dr. Christine Bryan and Dr. Brigid Elchos for this practical, helpful rabies prevention information! #onehealth #weringtrue #rabiesprevention
Posted by Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine on Tuesday, September 1, 2015