Dr. Paul McGraw, assistant state veterinarian with the Wisconsin Department of Agriculture, Trade and Consumer Protection for the past nine years, has been promoted to the state veterinarian position at the agency.
Spirit of 76th Veterinary Clinic is the number one veterinary clinic in southeastern Wisconsin, according to the A-List, WISN ABC 12’s online viewer poll. This is no surprise given the strong representation of UW School of Veterinary Medicine alumni at … Continue reading
Very few veterinarians can lay claim to their own practice within a few years of graduation. But Ramard Wright, DVM 2008, accomplished that very feat when he purchased Brown Deer Animal Hospital in November 2011, only two and half years … Continue reading
The National Institutes of Health has named Franziska B. Grieder, M.S. 1987, Ph.D. 1989, as director of the Office of Research Infrastructure Programs (ORIP). ORIP supports the development of and access to resources for biomedical research as well as the … Continue reading
MADISON — Hunters who wish the same dog — or at least that dog’s genes — could hunt with them forever may want to consider cryopreservation.
Dr. Debbie Olbrich, DVM ‘07, discusses diabetes monitoring in cats on “Designing Spaces,” a Lifetime Television program. This episode focused on the renovation of McKamey Animal Center in Chattanooga, Tenn., which was sponsored Dr. Olbrich’s employer, Abbott Animal Health.
Jeff Zuba ’81, DVM’87, one of the world’s leading authorities on pachydermal contraception, is a veterinarian at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park, a facility with more than 2,600 animals representing 300 species. Read about his adventures in elephant vasectomies, … Continue reading
One of your fellow alumni is garnering some attention at the Centers for Disease Control. The CDC’s Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report features an article co-authored by Dr. Ryan Wallace, a 2012 graduate of SVM. It describes a case that … Continue reading
The Winter 2012 issue of On Call, our tri-annual newsletter for friends of the school, has been mailed out and it also available online in .pdf format. Here’s a sneak peek of what’s inside: Generous Donation Supports Students in Need … Continue reading
“After four years of accumulating veterinary school loans and working at a minimal salary as a resident, it would be impossible to enter graduate school without financial support.” Sara Colopy, a recent Ph.D. graduate and clinical instructor at the UW … Continue reading