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Competition concerns

December 1, 2011

MSU cancels mobile clinic partly in response to concerns about competition from local DVMs.

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Cause of fire 'undetermined' at CSU equine veterinary lab

November 29, 2011

Fort Collins, Colo. -- The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) could not pinpoint the cause of a July fire that ripped through Colorado State University's (CSU) Equine Reproduction Laboratory office building, according to a recent report.

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COE calls on veterinary schools to better evaluate skills of students after graduation

November 9, 2011

AVMA's Council on Education (COE) is proposing that veterinary schools adopt a system to better evaluate the skills of veterinary students.

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MU sells research and diagnostic lab to IDEXX for $43 million

November 8, 2011

Columbia, Mo. -- The University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine (MU) announced Nov. 7 that is has agreed to sell its research and diagnostic laboratory (RADIL) to IDEXX Laboratories for $43 million.

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dvm360 iPad publication: Issue 5 now available

November 7, 2011

The editors of dvm360.com have announced that the fifth digital issue is now available for download inside the dvm360 iPad app. The first and only veterinary digital publication designed specifically for the iPad, the dvm360 app offers you everything you need to succeed in veterinary practice right on your iPad.

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CSU, University of Alaska explore new veterinary degree partnership

November 3, 2011

Fairbanks, Alaska -- The University of Alaska Fairbanks is moving forward on a new partnership that will secure its students seats in Colorado State University's veterinary program.

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UGA leaders hopeful new veterinary school will be funded next year

November 1, 2011

Athens, Ga. — The University of Georgia (UGA) is inching forward on plan to build a new veterinary teaching hospital, and administrators are hopeful that groundbreaking could begin as early as next fall.

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FDA funds food-safety program at UC-Davis

November 1, 2011

Davis, Calif. — A $1.3 million grant to develop a new food-safety training program for government and industry has been awarded to the University of California-Davis.

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Purdue announces new wellness program for pet owners in need

November 1, 2011

West Lafayette, Ind. — Cash-strapped pet owners around Indianapolis are eligible for a new program announced in late September by the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine.

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