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Patient Success Story: Mac

Posted by: Cindy Rice

3-year-old Veiled Chameleon
Owned by David Alexander
Cumming, Ga.

"...Mac has made so much progress and continues to feel good day after day. We have the UGA VTH to thank for nursing him back to a healthy and fun chameleon!"

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CVM encouraging better mental health wellness among its students, faculty and staff

Posted by: Sandra L. McGill

The College of Veterinary Medicine is providing its students with better access to mental health care, and, providing students, faculty and staff with better access to other mental health resources. The promotion of greater mental health wellness is important because health care professions, including the veterinary profession, are among those cited as having the highest rates of suicide and depression.

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Awareness matters

Posted by: Sandra McGill

About 55 students, faculty and staff from the UGA CVM met in late January 2016 for the fifth annual Bulldog Leadership Experience, a weekend workshop aimed at giving participants an experiential learning opportunity in professional skills associated with leadership and wellness.

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UGA parasitologist elected to American Heartworm Society board of directors

Posted by: Staff

Andrew R. Moorhead, DVM, MS, PhD, an associate research scientist and parasitologist at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, was elected to the board of directors for the American Heartworm Society during the Society’s recent 2016 Triennial Symposium. 

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Father-son faculty duo team up on NSF grant

Posted by: Erica Hensley

Both Drs. Quinn are co-principal investigators for a National Science Foundation research grant looking at the impact of large-scale data collection on scientists’ ability to efficiently track infectious diseases.

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