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Antimicrobial sales outpace meat production
Agriculture-related sales of antimicrobials rose by one-sixth in five years, and that included a one-fifth rise in sales of those
FDA bars import of cow reproductive hormone products
Federal regulators warned that three cattle-use reproductive hormone products sold in the U.S. are unapproved, and it is now illegal to import
Seven cattle veterinarians honored as clinicians, mentors, leaders
Seven veterinarians were honored for their work as clinicians, mentors, and leaders in veterinary medicine and cattle
Affiliated groups meet in Boston
Forty allied and other veterinary-related organizations and 30 alumni groups from colleges and schools of veterinary medicine
Cornell dean promoted to provost
Dr. Michael I. Kotlikoff, dean of Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine since 2007, is the university’s new provost
King leaving Ohio State this fall
Dr. Lonnie J. King will step down from his position as dean of The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine this August.
New TV series follows budding veterinarians
Nat Geo WILD premiered a reality television show following veterinary students as they learn the ins and outs of the profession.
FDA wants species-level antimicrobial data
A proposal published in May would require drug companies to provide federal authorities estimated volumes of antimicrobials sold for
Antibiotic use is changing. Talk to your veterinarian.
Talk to a veterinarian about responsible use of antibiotics in animals. Veterinary oversight helps preserve antimicrobial effectiveness in fighting…
Senators doubt FDA can control antimicrobial use
Three senators have expressed doubt federal authorities can or will ensure veterinarians administer antimicrobials to livestock only
Large animal practitioners grapple with fluid shortage
Large animal practitioners are grappling with a shortage of large-volume bags of polyionic fluids, separate from the ongoing shortage
Recognized for excellence
During the AVMA Annual Convention this July in Boston, the AVMA gave awards to a number of individuals and two organizations
FDA issues oversight rules for medicated feed
The Food and Drug Administration issued the rules on veterinary feed directives, which are similar to prescriptions
1935 - 1945
Information on food-producing animals was a mainstay of JAVMA during this decade.
Antimicrobial use in veterinary practice
These AVMA resources for veterinarians support the judicious use of antibiotics and other antimicrobials, and combat antimicrobial resistance.
Students can apply for AVMF scholarship money
The American Veterinary Medical Foundation is offering more than two dozen scholarships for 2015.
Ontario’s new dean replaces Stone after 10 years
Dr. Elizabeth Stone will be replaced as dean of the University of Guelph Ontario Veterinary College by Dr. Jeff Wichtel.
2005 - 2015
Avian influenza bookends the decade concluding with the JAVMA’s centennial in 2015.
Growing member value
The new AVMA Strategic Plan aims to increase member satisfaction by focusing on objectives such as protecting and enhancing the lifelong
1985 - 1995
This era saw female veterinarians become AVMA editor-in-chief and AVMA president-elect—and a veterinary student become Miss America
Drought, volatility hurt dairies
The drought in California, now in its fourth year, is hurting dairies already weakened by volatile milk prices.
1965 - 1975
The face of the veterinary profession was changing.
Report sheds new light on veterinary employment
The latest AVMA veterinary economic report showed strong associations between homeownership, board certification,
Katrina: stories from the storm
A decade has passed since Hurricane Katrina hit New Orleans on Aug. 29, 2005, breaking levees and flooding much of the area.