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March 30
Dugat Among "40 Under 40:
Professors Who Inspire"
Phi Zeta Research Day
Thursday, April 2, is the 19th Annual Phi Zeta
Research Day. All are welcome to the presentations
that will be held simultaneously in Room 104 at the
Veterinary Medical Hospital and in McElroy Hall
Auditorium. The morning session runs from 8:45
a.m. to 11 a.m. and the afternoon session runs from
1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
The keynote address will feature Dr. Ted Mashima,
associate executive director for academic and
research affairs at the Association of American
Veterinary Medical Colleges. He will present "
Excellence in Science Requires Excellent Research
Plus..." at 11 a.m. in the auditorium. If you are
unable to attend in person, this presentation will be
streamed live at http://www.ostate.tv/.
Congratulations to Danielle Dugat, DVM,
DACVS, on being selected as a "40 Under 40:
Professors Who Inspire!" Dr. Dugat is an assistant
professor of small animal surgery at the Veterinary
Medical Hospital. Read more
here: http://goo.gl/X4vtBd.
Congratulations to Three Alumni
Congratulations to Drs. Shem Oliver ('10), Zach
Ricker ('05) and J.T. Walker ('04) on becoming
board certified in veterinary surgery. All three
recently passed the certifying examination to
become Diplomates of the American College of
Veterinary Surgeons. Oliver is working at
Performance Equine Associates in Thackerville,
Okla. Ricker is working at Oklahoma Veterinary
Specialists in Tulsa, Okla., and Walker is a lecturer
in Small Animal Surgery at the CVHS.
If you know of other OSU alumni who are making
their alma mater proud, please let us know so we
can brag on your success!
Special thanks to this year's sponsors Zoetis, Royal
Canin, CVHS, CVHS-Academic
Affairs, and CVHS-Research and Graduate
Education. The Nu Chapter of Phi Zeta will host the
19th Annual Banquet at Meditations beginning at 6
p.m.
Veterinary Voices Seminar
Mark your calendar to attend the next Veterinary
Voices Seminar featuring Dr. Dan Burba. Burba will
present "Navicular Syndrome and Your Horse" on
Tuesday, April 7, at 7 p.m. in McElroy Hall
Auditorium (full story http://goo.gl/o3ReY4). If you
cannot attend the seminar, it will be streamed live
at www.ostate.tv.
OSU/OVMA Summer Seminar
Registration is now open for the 2015 OSU/OVMA
Summer Seminar to be held June 12 and 13.
Companion animal, equine, food animal and general
sessions will be available. A Companion Animal
Cytology Wet Lab will be offered to the first 15
registrants featuring Theresa Rizzi, DVM, DACVP,
Department of Veterinary Pathobiology. For more
information visit http://goo.gl/iLPJiI.

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