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Stories published by the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine, listed in chronological order.

PVM Faculty Member Maggie O’Haire Honored at Alma Mater

September 29, 2017 - PVM Faculty Member Maggie O’Haire Honored at Alma Mater Read the full story.

PVM United Way Campaign Volunteers Serve-up Fundraising Success

September 29, 2017 - In conjunction with Purdue Veterinary Medicine’s participation in the university’s United Way Campaign, PVM volunteers got creative in dreaming-up clever ways to boost fundraising efforts. Read the full story.

Stethoscope Tradition Kicks-off School Year for First Year DVM Students

September 15, 2017 - Members of the DVM Class of 2021 enjoyed a Purdue Veterinary Medicine tradition Thursday, September 7, when they attended the annual Stethoscope Dinner. Read the full story.

Farewell Reception Caps off Kitasato Veterinary Delegation’s Visit to Lynn Hall

September 8, 2017 - Ten veterinary students and their faculty advisor from the Kitasato University School of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences in Towada City, Japan, wrapped up a two-week visit to the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine Friday, August 25, with a farewell reception held in their honor in Lynn Hall, Room 1192. Read the full story.

Still Time to Sign-up for PVM’s 2017 Dr. Skip Jackson Dog Jog!

September 8, 2017 - Don’t miss out on the 2017 Dr. Skip Jackson Dog Jog, which is now just two-weeks away! Act now to secure your spot and make sure you get your t-shirt and bandana for your registered furry friend (dogs not required to participate, but are welcome)! Read the full story.

Purdue Trustees Give Green Light for New PVM Large Animal / Equine Hospital

August 31, 2017 - The Purdue University Board of Trustees gave approvals August 4 to plan, finance, construct and award construction contracts for a new Purdue Veterinary Medicine large animal/equine hospital. The $35 million Phase I of the Veterinary Medicine Teaching Hospital project, as well as future phases, will be located east of the College of Veterinary Medicine’s existing facility, in space to be made available by demolition of Freehafer Hall and the extension of Williams Street. Read the full story.

PVM Cardiology Extension Service Provides Specialty Resource to Indianapolis Area Veterinary Clinics

August 31, 2017 - On a rainy Friday morning, Dr. Melissa Tropf, Purdue Veterinary Medicine clinical assistant professor of cardiology, pulled a small, portable exam table and a computer out of the trunk of her car, and walked into Noah’s Veterinary Hospital in Indianapolis. There she met Willie, her first patient of the day. Willie is a small, elderly shelter dog from Indianapolis that was having problems fainting when he got too excited. Read the full story.

PVM’s Large Animal Hospital Helps Baby Horse Learn to Walk

August 31, 2017 - When 'Chalee’s Dream Jet,' just Jet for short, was born without complication at Purdue Veterinary Medicine’s Large Animal Hospital, everyone involved breathed a sigh of relief, if only for a minute. As time passed, it was apparent that Jet was having trouble standing and walking. Read the full story.

Rainy Season Drives Testing Trends at Indiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory

August 31, 2017 - As heavy rains swept across Indiana this summer, the prevalence of waterborne illnesses increased for animal populations in the state. Read the full story.

PVM Featured in AVMA Convention News

August 31, 2017 - In conjunction with the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Convention in Indianapolis in July, the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine was featured in an article in the AVMA Convention Daily News publication. Read the full story.

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