March 2023

News-Gazette (June 5) – Dr. Arnon Gal, a small-animal internal-medicine specialist at the University of Illinois Veterinary Teaching Hospital, describes the conditions for and successes of radioactive iodine treatment for hyperthyroidism.

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Krystal Newberry (left) with dog, Jodie (center), and wife, Dr. Hadley Gleason (right).

Get to Know Krystal Newberry

March 08, 2023 / Get to Know

Krystal Newberry (left), pictured above with dog, Jodie, and wife, Dr. Hadley Gleason, began working as the Wellness Program Coordinator in September 2022. When did you begin working at the College of Veterinary Medicine?January 2016…
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Illinois Vet Student Wins Scholarship from Merck

March 08, 2023 / In the News

National Hog Farmer (March 8) – Adam Tatnall, a third-year veterinary student at the University of Illinois Urbana -Champaign, was one of ten recipients of scholarships from the American Association of Swine Veterinarians (AASV) Foundation…
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Join Us, Won’t You?

March 06, 2023 / Practitioner Updates

A Message from Dr. Barger and Dr. Whittington The Veterinary Teaching Hospital and Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine are working tirelessly to recruit and fill critical positions. Searches are underway for faculty positions in Small…
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Faculty Spotlight: Michelle Borsdorf, DVM, DACZM

March 06, 2023 / Practitioner Updates

Tell us about your background. I am Canadian and was fortunate to grow up in the beautiful and diverse area of Vancouver, British Columbia. Growing up, my family was extremely active, both with sports, but…
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Dr. Andrew Bullis in surgery at his practice

5+ Things to Know about Dr. Andrew Bullis

March 04, 2023 / Alumni News

We caught up with Dr. Bullis, a 2020 graduate of the College of Veterinary Medicine, after deciphering the clues he dropped about his veterinary alma mater (such as, third-year lectures “in a classroom designed like…
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Proposed State Law Would Limit Cat Declaw Procedure

March 04, 2023 / In the News

Illinois Public Media (Feb. 22) – The [declaw] procedure involves general anesthesia and amputates the third digit of the cat’s toe, said Gene Pavlovsky, medical director at Veterinary Medicine South Clinic and instructor of primary…
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