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Dr. William Miller Co-Authors Top Textbook on Small Animal Dermatology

When students of Cornell dermatologist Dr. William Miller say he wrote the book on small animal dermatology, they aren’t exaggerating. More

Dr. Thomas Kern Lends Expert Eyes to Editing a Leading Textbook

Casting an eye over the biggest textbook in veterinary ophthalmology grows more daunting with each edition. Seeing the book’s contents swell since its first edition in 1980, Cornell veterinary ophthalmologist Dr. Thomas Kern has stepped in as a co-editor of its latest edition to help manage its growing wealth of knowledge. More

Register your cat for a free hyperthyroidisim study at Cornell

Cornell’s College of Veterinary Medicine invites your cats to participate in a free hyperthyroidism study at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine as part of a collaborative project that will further our understanding of treatment options for hyperthyroidism in feline. To pre-register, please call 607-253-3060 and ask to speak Angela Struble or email your interest to ams29@cornell.edu. All costs incurred at Cornell University will be covered by the study, which is sponsored by Hills. More

A lasting impression

25 years after, Brett Harrison shares his experience traveling to Ithaca to see his four-legged "sister" Doobie, a terrier mix who ended up living to be 19. More

Dr. Kenneth Simpson receives Carreer Achievement Award in Canine Research

Professor of Small Animal Medicine Dr. Kenneth Simpson was presented in August with the 2013 AVMF/AKC Career Achievement Award in Canine Research for his advancements in understanding gastrointestinal diseases in dogs. More

Dr. Vanessa Rizzo featured in Scopes magazine

Dr. Vanessa Rizzo, a resident in Oncology, is featured in the July edition of Scopes magazine. More