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Dr. Clyde and Mrs. Catherine Dunphy]

Animals cannot tell their doctors where it hurts or whether they’re taking their medicines. That makes effective communication between animal owners and veterinarians so crucial. Recognizing the importance of effective communication skills, Dr. Clyde Dunphy…
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Dr. Clyde and Mrs. Catherine Dunphy]

Dunphys’ Estate Gift: ‘Giving for the Future’

June 14, 2022 / Alumni News

Animals cannot tell their doctors where it hurts or whether they’re taking their medicines. That makes effective communication between animal owners and veterinarians so crucial. Recognizing the importance of effective communication skills, Dr. Clyde Dunphy…
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Faculty Spotlight: Lori Madsen, DVM

May 29, 2022 / Practitioner Updates

Dr. Madsen is an instructor in the Equine Medicine and Surgery service. Tell us about your background. I grew up in Joliet, Ill. Like many girls, I wanted to ride a horse. I began taking…
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Students Honored at Research Day 

May 05, 2022 / General News

On April 27, the College of Veterinary Medicine held its annual Research Day celebration, offering a showcase of research activity throughout the college and recognizing a number of graduate students for their research. 

Dr. Lauren Forsythe (left) with pharmacy technician Jenny Chen.

Compounding Interest in Veterinary Pharmacists

May 03, 2022 / Message from the Dean

This message will appear in the Summer 2022 issue of the Illinois State Veterinary Medical Association Epitome. Dr. Lauren Forsythe wears a lot of hats around our college, and one of them is translator. Dr….
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Anesthesia for Caesarian Section in Dogs

May 01, 2022 / Practitioner Updates

Many breeds, including brachycephalics such as English bulldogs and French bulldogs, require a Caesarian section to reduce mortality of the dam and her puppies, even in a non-emergent setting. Dystocia is a medical emergency that…
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Faculty Spotlight: Will Sander, DVM, MPH, DACVPM

May 01, 2022 / Practitioner Updates

Dr. Sander is an assistant professor in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine and the director of the DVM/MPH Joint Degree Program. Tell us about your background. I always wanted to help those without a…
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