Latest Veterinary schools Stories

2012-06-26 10:32:06

'CATCH' and 'FETCH' scores help veterinarians and pet owners make critical decisions Quality of life has become accepted as an important predictor of survival among human patients with heart failure. Now veterinarians at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University have developed two surveys that may prove to be similarly useful in evaluating the quality of life for dogs and cats with heart disease. Known as "FETCH" (Functional Evaluation of Cardiac Health) and "CATCH"...

2012-05-31 11:01:41

Without immediate action, a new National Research Council report warns, the academic veterinary community could fail to prepare the next generation of veterinarians for faculty teaching and research positions as well as for jobs in state diagnostic laboratories, federal research and regulatory agencies, and the pharmaceutical and biologics industry. Although the supply of veterinarians is growing, more than half of veterinary students seek training in companion animal or pet medicine. In...

2012-04-10 23:00:49

Jenkins brings more than 15 years of experience in animal health to Pfizer Madison, NJ (PRWEB) April 09, 2012 Pfizer Animal Health announced today that it has named Dr. Christine Jenkins to the position of Group Director of U.S. Veterinary Medical Services. In her new position, Jenkins will lead the U.S. group responsible for customer support and information on products as well as adverse event reporting and pharmacovigilance. She will be responsible for the company's academic affairs...

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