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The following is a list of events being held at the College of Veterinary Medicine over the next 7 days.

 

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Wednesday, April 1, 2015
04:30PM - 05:30PM
Veterinary College , Lecture Hall I

Veterinary Senior Seminars Aziza Glass - "Wound Healing Response to Lunar Dust Exposure in the Rat Cornea" Jenna Goldhaber - "Physical Therapy and Nursing Care in a Paraplegic Mixed Breed Dog" Kate Backel - "Mycoplasma gallisepticum (MG) Outbreak in a Small Holder Broiler Flock" Scott Bertoldo - Moderator Seminar
Thursday, April 2, 2015
05:30PM
Schurman Hall , Lecture Hall II

Science of Independence: Behavior in the World of Assistance Dogs Speaker from Canine Companions for Independence Lecture
Friday, April 3, 2015
03:00PM - 04:00PM
Clinical Programs Center , C2-537

DCS Nestle Purina Seminar Series Reporting and interpreting RBC morphology: is there discordance between clinical pathologists and clinicians? Presented by Ashleigh Newman, DVM, resident Departemnt of Population Medicine & Diagnostic Sciences All Cornell faculty, staff and collaborators welcome. Light refreshements will be provided. Seminar
Monday, April 6, 2015
01:15PM - 02:15PM
Veterinary Education Center , Lecture Hall 2

Faculty Candidate Seminar Dr. Belinda Thompson Candidate for AHDC Assistant Dean/Executive Director Position Seminar
Tuesday, April 7, 2015
12:00PM - 01:00PM
Baker Institute for Animal Health , Thaw Lecture Hall

Baker Institute Seminar Series Elia Tait Wojno, Assistant Professor of Microbiology & Immunology, "Prostaglandin regulation of innate immune responses during helminth infection". Seminar
06:00PM
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine , LH I

Dr. Hayley Murphy & the Great Ape Heart Project Dr. Hayley Murphy Director of the Great Ape Heart Project Director of Veterinary Services, Zoo Atlanta Date: April 7th, TuesdayTime: 6 PMRoom: LH IPlease RSVP by 4/5: RSVP Great Ape Heart ProjectThe Great Ape Heart Project connects veterinarians, cardiologists, geneticists, epidemiologists, nutritionists, animal managers, and pathologists to understand cardiovascular disease in great apes. This important work aims to improve health in ape species and to serve as a model for future research in human health. Learn more about the project Here!This event is sponsored by GPSAFC and is open to the entire graduate community. Lecture