Science@CornellVet was launched in June, 2017 to showcase the College of Veterinary Medicine’s scientific work and discoveries. Periodic blog postings are written, edited, and produced by DVM and graduate students, trainees, faculty, and Marketing and Communications Office staff. The goals are to help CVM students and trainees develop their science writing skills and to help publicize CVM’s research and clinical work.

Current blog posts can be found at https://blogs.cornell.edu/vetblog/

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  • 2017 Science@CornellVet: Canine allergies: scratching beneath the surface 

    Office of Marketing and Communications. Media Relations (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2017-09-21)
    This blog post is about: They sleep on our beds, eat our food (despite what the vet says, we both know where our table scraps go!) and share our lives in so many ways. Researchers studying canine allergies at Cornell are ...
  • 2017 Science@CornellVet: The Stem Cell Migration: From California to New York, From Adipose to Gingiva 

    Office of Marketing and Communications. Media Relations (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2017-09-29)
    This blog post is about: Gingivostomatitis, or inflammation of the oral mucosa and gingiva, is a painful disease found in cats that can severely affect their quality of life. Current treatments have been frequently ...
  • 2017 Science@CornellVet: Wildlife-friendly beef: “Cattlyzing” conservation in southern Africa 

    Office of Marketing and Communications. Media Relations (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2017-09-13)
    This blog is about: A team of CVM researchers led by Jay Hyman Professor of Wildlife Health & Health Policy, Dr. Steve Osofsky (DVM ’89, Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences) has received a grant to ...
  • 2017 Science@CornellVet: Dr. Avery August: His journey through science 

    Office of Marketing and Communications. Media Relations (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2017-09-06)
    This blog post is about: Similar to most children, Dr. Avery August performed his first makeshift experiments at home. This is when he came to the simple yet life-changing realization that you can observe and draw conclusions ...
  • 2017 Science@CornellVet: Tricking Typhoid: Researchers Create New Model to Tackle Old Foe 

    Office of Marketing and Communications. Media Relations (Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, 2017-11-03)
    This blog post is about: The plague of Athens, presumably caused by typhoid fever, was an epidemic that killed a third of Athens’ population during the second year of the Peloponnesian war. The ancient historian Thucydides ...

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