OVC fine-tunes isolation protocols for animals during trial run with “Ebola”

January 23, 2015

With expertise in infectious animal diseases, it’s not surprising to learn that the Ontario Veterinary College has been preparing guidelines should a companion animal be exposed to a person with Ebola virus disease.

As the only veterinary college in the province, home to the Centre for Public Health and Zoonoses …

Wellness Wednesdays help provide DVM students with strategies to combat stress

January 20, 2015

A new series of workshops for Ontario Veterinary College DVM students aims to provide them with strategies to enhance their ability to bounce back from stress.

The Wellness Wednesday series, which began in September, runs for the eight months of the OVC DVM program, and covers a variety of topics. …

OVC awarded United Way “Spirit Award”

January 5, 2015

OVC has been awarded a United Way “Spirit Award” for the 2014 campaign.

Kim Best, Uof G United Way campaign co-chair, and Judy Metherel, OVC area co-ordinator for this year’s United Way campaign, accepted the award on behalf of the OVC United Way team at the 2014 United Way Campaign …

New $25-Million National Cancer Network Includes OVC Profs

December 16, 2014

Two University of Guelph scientists are part of a new $25-million national research network of experts developing novel biotherapeutics for cancer.

Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) professors Byram Bridle and Paul Woods are the only two veterinary researchers involved in the BioCanRx Network of Centres of Excellence (NCE) announced today by …

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