Scholarships to a Cornell summer veterinary program will be available in 2022 to encourage students from historically underrepresented groups to explore veterinary medicine.
Researchers are exploring the use of stem cells to treat skin wounds in horses with techniques that might eventually translate to human patients.
When traditional treatments for atrial fibrillation (AF) fail, a new procedure offered by cardiologists at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine provides an alternative way to reset the quivering heart of a horse back to its normal heartbeat: transvenous electrical cardioversion (TVEC).
Lyme vaccines for dogs are frequently used off-label in horses. New research from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine shows that the antibody responses of horses are often of low magnitude and short-lasting.
On May 1, Dr. Norm Ducharme, James Law Professor of Large Animal Surgery at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM), will be taking over as Chief Medical Officer (CMO) at Cornell Ruffian Equine Specialists (CRES), A Cornell University affiliate center for equine sports medicine & critical care, located in Elmont, N.Y.