ciLiving (WCIA-TV; Feb. 2) – Dr. Michelle Borsdorf, a boarded specialist in zoological medicine, explained the dietary needs of guinea pigs, including the need for vitamin C supplementation to prevent scurvy, the disease of pirates… Read More >
The 29th annual College of Veterinary Medicine excellence awards program took place on November 22, when nine members of the college community were recognized for outstanding contributions to the college. Additionally, 58 staff members were… Read More >
The Center Square (Nov. 22) – Dr. Rebecca Lee Smith, epidemiologist and veterinarian at the Carle-Illinois College of Medicine, said the high percentage of infected deer is a red flag for hunters this season. She… Read More >
KCBS Radio (San Francisco; Nov. 22) – The reality of a seasonal COVID-19 surge is coming into view, but isn’t quite here, says Dr. Rebecca Lee Smith, a U. of I. professor of epidemiology. “I… Read More >
New York Times (Nov. 22) – Dr. Rebecca Smith, an epidemiologist at the University of Illinois, said she planned to travel by vehicle with her children to see family but would get tested before and… Read More >
Studies that have had a significant impact on society always start with a sufficient understanding of fundamental science in the field. Therefore, I believe that my research will contribute to a better understanding of basic cell, developmental, and reproductive biology. In addition, I hope it would become a cornerstone for knowledge and medications that contribute to human and animal life.
Paw Report (WEIU-TV; Nov. 15) – Dr. Mallory Kanwal, who completed a three-year residency in veterinary dentistry at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, talks with host Kelly Goodwin about caring for your… Read More >
New York Times (Nov. 15) – “A vaccine is quite unlikely, I think, for dogs and cats,” Dr. Will Sander, a veterinarian at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign, said. “The risk of disease spread and… Read More >