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Veterinary architects claim design proficiency

Feb 1, 2003

Expert offers six tips to prevent project oversights

Minorities reject profession, research shows

Of the nation's 9,363 veterinary students, less than 10 percent claim nonwhite status, AAVMC reports
Feb 1, 2003

Manhattan, Kan.-When senior Roz Pineda runs her equine rotations, she's usually the only minority in the room.

Minorities reject profession, research shows

Of the nation's 9,363 veterinary students, less than 10 percent claims nonwhite status, AAVMC reports
Feb 1, 2003

Manhattan, Kan.-When senior Roz Pineda runs her equine rotations, she's usually the only minority in the room.

DVMs expose risks to hiring offsite architects

Feb 1, 2003

Communication, on-site presence reduce project headaches

New Jersey laws makes debarking a crime

Feb 1, 2003

Whitehouse Station, N.J.-In the last four years, Dr. Karan Oberhansley's saved lives by clipping the vocal chords of nearly 150 dogs. Without the procedure, owners of incessant barkers likely would euthanize, she says.

Industry hopes fees jump start drug approval process

Jan 1, 2003

Washington-Awaiting congressional support, animal pharmaceutical manufacturers plan to speed up the drug approval process by investing millions into the U.S. Food and Drug Administration's Center for Veterinary Medicine (FDA-CVM) through self-imposed industry fees.

AVMA vaccine report surprises skeptics

Jan 1, 2003

Sandy Spring, Md.-For years Dr. Lorraine Jarboe followed a cookie cutter approach to vaccinations, immunizing dogs with a myriad of annual boosters.

AVMA takes on research; grants $100,000 to NCVEI

Jan 1, 2003

Studying women in the profession, public perception tops organization's to-do list

Study links traits to veterinarians' success

Jan 1, 2003

Cleveland- Aptitude tests and grade point averages alone won't likely determine the selection of future veterinary college applicants. Behavior characteristics, too, are critical for success in the profession, research shows.

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