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[alumni awards photo]

The University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine and its alumni association have announced the winners of the annual awards to be presented on Thursday, October 28, as part of the Annual Fall Conference for…
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College Celebrates 2020, 2021 Excellence Awards

November 29, 2021 / General News

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…
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Abby Hwang is a graduate student at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine.

Grad Student Appreciation: Abby Hwang

November 19, 2021 / Research News

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.

Cytology of Lumps and Bumps: The Common Stuff

November 10, 2021 / Practitioner Updates

Cutaneous masses—probably the most common structures aspirated cytologi­cally—generally arise from one of three processes: inflammation, cysts, and neoplasia. Fine-needle aspiration with cytology can help you determine what should be done next to attain a more…
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[Dr. Cari Vanderpool]

Vanderpool Named Interim Research Dean

November 10, 2021 / General News

Dr. Cari Vanderpool recently took on the role of interim associate dean for research and advanced studies at the College of Veterinary Medicine. She will divide her time between this position and her ongoing commitments…
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Updates on Epilepsy

November 01, 2021 / Practitioner Updates

Epilepsy is one of the most common neurologic conditions we treat as veterinarians. In dogs with idiopathic epilepsy, one-third of cases will be pharmacoresistant and remain poorly controlled, despite receiving appropri­ate drug therapies. Additionally, there…
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