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Every day, more than 16 million gallons of milk are consumed in the United States. Research will make it safer!
A key discovery about a major disease opens a new paradigm for high blood pressure treatment.
From the Class of 2014, Kamilla's interest in shelter medicine may have its roots in her native country, Russia.
In the traditional ceremony, nearly 90 students were coated on December 1.
Visit "A Baker's Dozen," Clay Horses by Louise W. King, in Connecticut through January 20, 2013.
Dr. Karel Schat helped to edit a soon-to-be-released book that explains the science underpinning avian immunology.
Read about faculty, staff, students, alumni, and friends who are changing the status quo.
Dr. Craig Altier to step forward as chair of the Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences.
Join Dr. Howard Evans in Mann Library for a discussion of Miller's Anatomy of the Dog.
While the cattle-adapted strain Salmonella Dublin creeps northeast, Cornell offers a more useful test available exclusively at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicines Animal Health Diagnostic Center.
The American Heart Association recently awarded Dr. Robin Davisson one of the most prestigious scientific prizes of her discipline: the 2012 Arthur C. Corcoran Memorial Award and Lecture.
From viruses to the earth's core, the just-released book entitled The Where The Why and The How discusses scientific principles and phenomena that are not common knowledge -- and might not even be found on the Internet!
Honesty, humor, and hard work highlight annual symposium for graduate students.
Dr. Guy Palmer will offer the 2012 George C. Poppensiek Visiting Professorship in Global Animal Health Lecture.
A tiny, single-celled organism is having a big effect on elementary, middle and high school science teachers across the country.
Opened this summer, Cornell's new Teaching Dairy Barn was officially dedicated during the New York State Veterinary Conference.
The annual Concert for the Animals will be held on October 13 in conjunction with the DeeDee Arrison Holistic and Integrative Wellness Seminar Series.
The College held a big surprise birthday party for Dr. Howard "Howie" Evans' 90th birthday, much of which was captured on video.
Join us for this discussion on October 4.
Students and faculty will bring a subsidized well-pet clinic to the Cross Island YMCA on October 13.
Dr. Jeanne Barsanti '74 earns the Salmon Award for Distinguished alumni Service.
After one summer course at Cornell, Sarah Cudney '16 knew she'd be back.
Two aspiring equine veterinarians at Cornell will soon start horse-healing careers with less student debt, thanks to twin scholarship gifts.
Dr. Greg Costanzo '09 didn't hesitate to help when a bobcat was in need.
Sometimes, the shortest distance to an answer isn't a straight line.
Dr. Donald Smith recounts his journey to Alaska with his canine co-pilot on the five-year anniversary of the trip.
Surprise packages sent by cancer cells can turn normal cells cancerous, but Cornell scientists have found a way to keep their cargo from ever leaving port.
A new study shows that the lack of a certain gene occurs in almost 28 percent of human breast cancers, playing a role in some 60,000 breast cancer cases in the United States and 383,000 worldwide this year.
Dean Kotlikoff and Dr. Adam Boyko discuss how dogs are helping to unlock the mysteries of disease and what it means for you and your animals.
A recently published paper in PNAS explores a decades-old controversy.
Veterinary wellness clinics make it possible for more people in Syracuse to care for their pets.
Please enjoy the most recent issue of 'Scopes, the College's magazine.
Cornell's first total knee-replacement surgery restores young dog's active life.
Drs. Felippe and Thompson assume new leadership roles at the College.
Dr. Sharon Center has been named the 2012 Outstanding Woman Veterinarian of the Year by the Association for Women Veterinarians Foundation.
Successful inventors think outside the box. Inquisitive students think outside the textbook. Learn how scientists think outside of the beaker.
Several members of the College's faculty were recently promoted.
The College's entry in the research, medicine and science news writing category earned bronze recognition..
A receptor recently discovered to control the movement of immune cells across central nervous system barriers may hold the key to treating multiple sclerosis.
New research provides the first evidence-based recommendations to resuscitate dogs and cats in cardiac arrest.
Dr. Julio Lopez, from the Class of 2008, is featured in a new video series.
At the University's 144th Commencement, 82 students from the College of Veterinary Medicine made the transition from student to colleague.
Students from 30 veterinary colleges -- in America, Canada, and Mexico -- are participating in the 10th annual Smith-Kilborne program..
A new sterilizer ensures the College's and Ithaca's Shelter Outreach Services' commitment to infection control.
Cornell veterinary students may apply for grants to introduce or further their understanding of animal shelters and the issues they face, thanks to generous support from the Maddie's Shelter Medicine Program and the ASPCA.
Investigation into the prime suspects in cases of mystery fevers in horses may uncover new tick-borne diseases.
Good timing is a great matchmaker for Cornell University Hospital for Animals' newest equine companions.
Warnick is committed to building on past successes of the hospital in ensuring quality care for patients; a quality experience for our hospital clients, and referring veterinarians; and a quality education for our veterinary students and veterinarians in internship and residency programs.
Dr. Cynthia Leifer has been selected to receive the Pfizer Animal Health Award for Veterinary Research Excellence for outstanding research and productivity early in her career exploring the innate immune system.
Among the first-year graduate students enrolled in a new biological and biomedical sciences graduate course, 66 percent of those who applied for National Science Foundation fellowships won them.
Dr. Bruce Akey discusses a rare mutation that has one cow sick and a nation asking questions.
In a recent webinar, Dean Kotlikoff shares his thoughts and plans for the College's class size. Watch it now.
Faculty, students, and alumni will bring well-visit care to Brooklyn for a day-long educational and service-learning event.
Reunion Weekend, June 7-10, 2012 is just around the corner. Make plans now to return for this special weekend at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Dean Kotlikoff invites people to participate in Pedal for Pets, a bike ride that supports the Patient Assistance Fund at the Cornell University Hospital for Animals. (Click the link for April 10 broadcast.)
Discovery could reveal a cell-survival strategy to escape the toxic effects of damaged mitochondria.
Andrea Y. Tu's focus is scalpel sharp.
Frank Ko played soccer in high school. Like everyone, now and then, he suffered an injury. Perhaps different from most, though, Ko transformed these injuries into learning opportunities.
Dr. Adam Boyko and his brother have traveled the globe to improve our understanding of where dogs came from.
Friends and family helped Dr. Francis H. Fox celebrate his 89th birthday.
Dr. Bruce Kornreich joins the Feline Health Center with a mission to pursue his dedication to teaching and service.
Chavez Carter is contemplating a career in industrial research and development, with aspirations to develop life-saving drugs that will help those suffering from asthma and other conditions caused by inflamed airways.
The latest issue of the College's magazine, Scopes, highlights discoveries made with the help of partners near and far.
Surgeons at Cornell University Hospital for Animals help heal puppy's skin with special surgery and novel treatment technique.
Vet College student Gabby Wagner '11 isn't waiting until graduation to make a difference.
The students, faculty, and staff of the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine invite you, your family and friends to our 46th annual Open House.
Cornell research has found a possible way to stop potentially invasive cancer cells from ever hitting the road.
Cornell partners with Texas A&M and Pfizer to offer veterinarians web-based educational products.
Dr. Rodney Dietert will offer an open lecture as part of the upcoming National Institute of Environmental Health Science's Partnership in Public Health.
The Feline Club presents Feline Follies 2012, the annual cat show and education event open to the entire community on Saturday, February 25th, 1-5pm.
Garnering top honors in his field despite battling two deadly canine cancers, a Cornell family's dog becomes an emblem of hope for patients and pet-owners facing terminal illness.
Cornell student association raises money for animals in our community who might not have access to medical care otherwise. Please join them!
Dr. Adam Boyko explains the Forever Dog.
Renovations will sustain a 10% increase in class size and set the stage for an additional 20% increase.