Happenings at the CVM

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At the CVM, we’re making news, hosting events, and telling the world about the great things we do here every day. If you have a media inquiry or a question about a story, please contact our communications team.

Upcoming Events

Aug. 8
First day of DVM classes
Aug. 11
White coat ceremony
Aug. 14
First day of UGA fall semester
Sept. 13
Zoobiquity ATL conference

Sept. 25
Vet School for a Day
Oct. 12
Dean's tailgate (UGA vs. South Carolina football game)

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Latest News

Pathology faculty member selected to participate in SEC Academic Leadership Development Program

Kaori Sakamoto, associate professor of pathology and director of the Comparative Biomedical Sciences Program at the College, has been selected for the 2019-2020 Southeastern Conference Academic Leadership Development Fellowship. This program is designed to enhance the skills of faculty and…

CVM breaks ground on new Farm Animal Veterinary Medical Center on the Tifton campus

The UGA College of Veterinary Medicine broke ground on a new facility on their campus in Tifton, Georgia recently. The UGA Tifton Farm Animal Veterinary Medical Center will improve the CVM’s ability to serve Georgia’s animal agricultural industries and will…

CVM faculty, students, and alumni recognized as AAAP/AVMA 2019 award and scholarship recipients

At the annual American Association of Avian Pathologists (AAAP) meeting for poultry health experts and students in Washington, DC, the AAAP and co-sponsor American Veterinary Medicine Association (AVMA) announced their 2019 award winners. Following four days of seminars and events,…

Dawg Tales

CVM professors build global and local partnerships

Once the paperwork is finalized, UGA CVM students will have the opportunity to travel with professors to India to work at one of the largest zoos in the world. Dr. Puliyur MohanKumar, a professor in the Department of Veterinary Biosciences…

CVM Pathologist Trains Future Veterinary Pathologists in Ethiopia

When Moges Woldemeskel Woldemariam, professor of veterinary pathology and section head of histopathology and necropsy at the Tifton Veterinary Diagnostic and Investigational Lab, taught in Ethiopia early in his career, he was the only trained pathologist at the only veterinary…

CVM alums pursue global health mission across the world

Imagine taking your daily evening run to the Coliseum in Rome, hearing colleagues down the hall speak in five different languages and running social media accounts for World Rabies Day. That’s how Julie Thompson (DVM/MPH ’19) spent her three-month internship…