OVC professor Andrew Peregrine receives Broad Spectrum Award

April 25, 2017

Dr. Andrew Peregrine, professor at the University of Guelph’s Ontario Veterinary College, has been recognized by the Broad Spectrum Veterinary Student Association (BSVSA) with a LGBT+ Veterinary Awareness Award.

Peregrine is one of six recipients for the second annual award, given out to faculty members, veterinary medical students, or industry partners who go above and beyond to provide support and ensure inclusivity...

Believing in your own abilities can lead to academic success

April 18, 2017

A student’s ability to be successful and stay enrolled in university can be hindered by many factors. University of Guelph researchers want to address and resolve this by teaching students self-efficacy, the ability to cope in situations and the belief that one can successfully overcome challenges.

Prof. Andrew Papadopoulos, from the Ontario Veterinary College’s Department of Population Medicine, and six of his masters students worked to...

Veterinarian offers tips for helping wildlife

April 12, 2017

As spring approaches and baby wildlife begin to appear, resist the urge to rescue them because you think they’ve been abandoned. In many cases, their mother is probably nearby, says wildlife veterinarian Sherri Cox. She also serves as executive director, research innovation and knowledge mobilisation, in U of G’s Office of Research.

“A lot of times the animals are actually not orphaned, so we try to educate the public...

Translational research at OVC benefits pets and people

April 10, 2017

Collaborative, translational research benefits all species. It leads to improved diagnostics for pets and people, and also new therapies.

The Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph is uniquely placed to provide leading comparative medicine opportunities in cancer, cardiovascular and reproductive...

Recent News Stories