Happenings at the CVM

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Important Dates this semester

Jan. 2
First day of DVM classes
Jan. 7
First day of UGA spring semester
Jan. 20
Martin Luther King Day - campus holiday
Feb. 9-13
COE Accreditation Site Visit

Mar. 9-13
UGA spring break
May 8
Spring Commencement

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Latest News

UGA leads study on COVID-19 post-infection immunity

A key question surrounding COVID-19 is if people who have had the virus gain some degree of long-term immunity. Ted Ross is leading a nationwide study to examine this pressing question. Ross is director of the University of Georgia’s Center…

Personnel changes to Office of Research and Graduate and Faculty Affairs

The College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) is pleased to announce reorganization and additions to the Office of Research and Faculty and Graduate Affairs, including the newly appointed assistant dean of diversity, equity, and inclusion. Dr. Susan M. Williams has been…

CVM establishes Office of Diversity, assistant dean position

The College of Veterinary Medicine is known for the exceptional doctors of veterinary medicine it produces, but what few people realize is the breadth of education, research, and service offerings housed within our walls. This diversity in mission has drawn…

Dawg Tales

Batman

Batman the cat enjoys more than pursuing villains and chilling at the bat cave. He also enjoys bobbing for frogs in our creek. His head-dunking led to a yeast infection in his ear and a trip to see the dermatology…

Justin

I had saved for years while searching for “the horse.” When I sat on Justin for the first time, I knew immediately that he was the one. He was six years old when I bought him, and I was looking…

Student and faculty publish interactive children’s book

Chad Schmiedt, professor of small animal medicine and surgery and Alison Bradbury Chair in Feline Health, in collaboration with Jim Moore, professor of large animal medicine and director of the Educational Resources Center at the College of Veterinary Medicine, has…