Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine selects Provet Cloud’s Software

Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM) announced it will implement the practice management software from Provet Cloud – a cloud-based practice management solution from Nordhealth— in its small animal…

The future of veterinary medicine is veterinary ownership

Practice ownership is often the dream of many veterinarians. With the proliferation of veterinary corporations known as aggregators sweeping up privately owned veterinary practices into groups, veterinarians may find it…

Medical World News® has inside look at clinical and fun sides of veterinary medicine

From bandage art to the world of nutraceuticals, these Medical World News® segments provide viewers with an insider’s look at the clinical and fun sides of veterinary medicine After Hours:…

WashU COVID-19 nasal vaccine technology licensed to Ocugen – Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Visit the News Hub Aim is for commercialization in US, Europe, Japan Washington University in St. Louis has licensed the rights to develop, manufacture and commercialize its proprietary COVID-19 nasal…

Scientists ID pathway that triggers mice to scratch when they see others do the same – Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Visit the News Hub Behavior surprisingly does not require brain’s visual cortex Researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have identified a pathway in the brains of…

Inspired by Grandparents, College of Chiropractic Medicine Graduate Embraces Opportunities to Support Geriatric Care

Keizer University College of Chiropractic Medicine alumna Dr. Krista Satra is grateful to launch a career journey that was born from a desire to holistically alleviate pain for geriatric patients.…

Cornell Veterinary Medicine helps keep number of avian flu cases low

In mid-February, the owners of a backyard flock in Suffolk County, NY, noticed two guinea hens and three of their chickens were sick; three days later, the birds were dead.…

The Strange History Of Madstones In Medicine

In the 19th century, prior to the development of vaccines by Louis Pasteur in 1885 (per the CDC), people desperately looked to various other remedies to treat ailments like rabies.…

More veterinary medicine seats at USask

Saskatchewan Agriculture Minister David Marit said there have been concerns expressed about the livestock sector. “Today’s investment in additional student seats demonstrates our government’s commitment to addressing the shortage of…

Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine recruiting patients for UTI clinical trail

The study funded by Morris Animal Foundation is testing a 3-day antibiotic treatment for UTIs Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University (Cummings School) is now recruiting canine patients…