Iowa State researcher honored for food safety work
The American Association for the Advancement of Science recognized an investigator at Iowa State University College of Veterinary Medicine for his…
Veterinary student training programs in food safety, security, and defense
The AVMA recommends that the state and federal entities develop and expand training programs for veterinary students in the area of food safety,…
Veterinarian leaves director job in FDA food safety center
A veterinarian who led two centers of the Food and Drug Administration in the past 16 years has temporarily left the agency for an academic
College takes measures to create more food animal veterinarians
College takes measures to create more food animal veterinarians For some time now, there has been a growing…
Fiscal 2016 Appropriations
AVMA advocates for funding for programs that help ensure animal health and welfare, protect food safety and promote public health and research.
OIE developing minimum veterinary education standards
International organization's work intended to increase safety, improve trade posted March 18, 2010 Beef cattle are moved for…
USDA awards funds to support rural veterinary services
The Department of Agriculture’s National Institute of Food and Agriculture announced Nov. 21, 2017,
New curriculum to train students, scientists on regulatory affairs
Food and Drug Administration employees who are hired on the basis of their scientific credentials frequently need years of
COVID-19: Federal student loans and higher education
Here’s what veterinary borrowers should know in light of the COVID-19 outbreak.
Report looks to future of veterinary profession
A commission has released a report identifying emerging trends that will affect the veterinary profession over the next generation.
Veterinary postgraduate program in development
Would create institute aimed at boosting food animal professionals posted December 19, 2010 Two states have acquired federal funding…
AVMA leaders discuss potential legal liability of student, volunteer work
House of Delegates also talks about cannabis, telehealth
Contest puts students’ animal welfare knowledge to the test
A survey of participants in the AVMA Animal Welfare Assessment Contest shows the event increases their aptitude for animal welfare and helps them hone…
Veterinary alliance unites Chinese, UK, US stakeholders
An international consortium of veterinary schools in the U.S. and U.K., together with industry, has established an outreach
American Association of Swine Veterinarians
Annual meeting, March 9-12, Orlando, Florida
One Health Career Paths
Career opportunity descriptions for qualified veterinarians interested in Public Health & One Health.
Similarities have been found in opioid prescribing by physicians and veterinarians; the AVMA was part of a delegation to an antimicrobial task force;…
Public health careers on display for veterinary students at CDC event
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention hosted the 2019 Veterinary Student Day seminar Jan. 13-14 at its headquarters in Atlanta.
Purdue receives $3.18M to address rural veterinary shortages, diversity
With help from a new federal grant, the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine is stepping up to expand access to the veterinary profession…
Veterinarians: Protecting the health of animals and people
Veterinarians are the only doctors educated to protect the health of both animals and people.
Nolan named dean of UGA College of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. Lisa K. Nolan has been named dean of the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, effective July 1.
Grants available for veterinary pharmacology research
The American Veterinary Medical Foundation is partnering with the Veterinary Pharmacology Research Foundation to fund research projects
Public Health and Regulatory Veterinary Medicine Continuing Education
Veterinary medicine is the only profession that routinely operates at the interface of human and animal health.
Dr. Teller is currently creating the teaching hospital's telehealth program,
Senate passes World Veterinary Year resolution
The Senate passed a resolution Sept. 23 marking the upcoming 250th anniversary of veterinary medicine by proclaiming 2011 as