• Kristin Snyder and her cat Peanut

    Seeking cancer solutions in the immune system

    Kristin Snyder, a veterinary student at the College of Veterinary Medicine, has received a Howard Hughes Medical Research Fellows award for $43,000 funded by the Burroughs Wellcome Fund. She will use the award to study cancer immunotherapy. Read the full story.

  • Spring Scholarship Banquet Recipients

    Spring Scholarship Reception

    Spring Scholarship Reception took place on campus on April 19th. Students received the opportunity to meet the donors of their scholarship and thank them for their continued support. 56 scholarships were awarded to 80 students! Pictured: Nate Bos '19, Briana Neuzil '19, Craig Gapinski '19, David Pillman '19, Sam Beech '19 and Dr. Lukas Wallerich '15. 

  • Timothy O'Brien

    The Bright Future of “Mini-Brains”

    Tim O’Brien, DVM, PhD, and his team are the first to discover a high-yielding and efficient way to construct lab-made brain organoids known as "mini-brains." Learn more about this fascinating work and how it can lead to scientific advancement.

  • Sarah Neuser

    A Leading College, a Leading Student

    One of CVM’s own ascends to president of the Student American Veterinary Medical Association (SAVMA). Sarah Neuser will move into the presidency following the induction ceremony in Philadelphia on March 17. Read about her journey. 

  • Dr. Pluhar with dog

    Canine Brain Tumor Research May Speed Human Trials

    A new five-year canine cancer research project, led by Dr. Liz Pluhar, may improve survival rates in dogs and give researchers more insight into glioblastoma to apply to human trials. Learn more about the Canine Brain Tumor Clinical Trials Program.


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Spotlight on: Jody Lulich, DVM, PhD

Dr. Lulich is hoping to find out why urinary stones form, how they can be eliminated from the body without surgery, and how to prevent their recurrence.