The UGA College of Veterinary Medicine is dedicated to training future veterinarians, conducting research related to animal and human diseases, and providing veterinary services for animals and their owners.
The flu shot is an annual ritual for fighting a deadly disease. But six out of 10 Americans never get it. Some don't like needles; most just don't get around to it.
What if we didn't need the shot every year? What if a single vaccine would protect us from all forms of flu — for the rest of our lives?
A collaboration between researchers at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, College of Public Health and Emory University’s Cystic Fibrosis Center recently was awarded a four-year grant that will lead to a better understanding of lung inflammation in cystic fibrosis patients.
Team of UGA researchers exploring the adaptation of diarrheal-causing Campylobacter jejuni in recent study
John Rossow and Yaribel Torres-Mendoza will begin a two-year, on-the-job training and service fellowship in epidemiology following their graduation in May. Both students are enrolled in a dual degree program that will see them graduate with a master’s degree in public health and a doctorate in veterinary medicine.