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The new year will be off to a fantastic start as several of our faculty received good news this week on the funding front. Dr. Daniel Nelson receives a new USDA/NIFA grant with collaborator Dr. Kasey...
Enteroviruses are a broad group of small +RNA viruses associated with clinically and economically important human diseases, ranging from the common cold to poliomyelitis, encephalitis and myocarditis...
Using the multiple PI mechanisms, Dr. Xiaoping Zhu of the Department of Veterinary Medicine and Dr. Shaik O. Rahaman of the Department of Nutrition and Food Science at the University of Maryland...
Dr. Meiqing Shi receives two grants from NIH totaling over $2.3 million. The first grant supports project “Filtering of disseminating Cryptococcus neoformans out of vasculature”. The second grant...
Dear Colleagues, Following 16 years of dedicated leadership in the Department of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Siba Samal has decided to step down as Chair effective September 1 . Through Siba’s...
Dr. Daniel Nelson in laboratory
The College of Veterinary Medicine congratulates Dr. Daniel Nelson on this recognition! Dr. Nelson will be recognized at the Alumni Chapter’s 50th Annual Alumni Celebration on Thursday, April 6, 2017...
DVM Admission Counseling Session Appointments Available! Are you a Maryland Resident and interested in a DVM degree? Check out our DVM Admissions page and direct any questions you have to Dr...
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The University of Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine is pleased to present a research fellowship opportunity! The Basil and Ann Hatziolos Scholarship Fund for Veterinary Medical Research was...
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On Saturday, 10/29/2016, Dr. Nat Tablante met with seven students from the iLEAD Success Tutoring and Mentoring program for a tour of the University of Maryland College Park facility. They discussed...
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The University of Maryland Department of Veterinary Medicine is a part of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine and is a facility dedicated to scientific research and education...
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Mark your calendars! On Saturday, September 10, 2016 the University of Maryland’s Avrum Gudelsky Veterinary Center will open its doors for an open house! From 12:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. visitors are...
The Department of Veterinary Medicine would like to congratulate its own Dr. Xiaoping Zhu, who has received a gift from Dr. Herbert Heyneker. Dr. Zhu, Professor of Imminology at the VA-MD Regional...
The Department of Veterinary Medicine would like to congratulate its own Dr. Siba Samal, who will be honored at the CRWAD meeting in December, 2014 in Chicago, Illinois and also at the Annual Banquet...
The Department of VetMed would like to congratulate Dr. Siba Samal for his recent election to Fellow by the American Academy of Microbiology. Both the Chair of the University of Maryland's Department...
The Department of Veterinary Medicine would like to congratulate its own Dr. Utpal Pal and Heather Shive, who will be recognized at the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Alumni Chapter's...
The Department of Veterinary Medicine would like to congratulate Dr. Yanjin Zhang and Dr. Xiaoping Zhu on their recently awarded grants from the Maryland Innovation Initiative (MII). MII was created...
The Department of VetMed’s Dr. Nathaniel Tablante was recently mentioned in an article by the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS). This year, Dr. Tablante was selected to be a...
The Department of Veterinary Medicine would like to congratulate its own Dr. Xiaoping Zhu and Dr. Marcela Pasetti of the University of Maryland, Baltimore’s School of Medicine on their recent grant...
In Virginia Tech's August issue of "Outbursts," Dr. Valerie Ragan, Director of the Center for Public and Corporate Veterinary Medicine, shares her experiences from her recent trip to the Universidad...
Dr. Samal in his lab
Could a chicken virus contain the key to eradicating deadly human illnesses like norovirus, Lyme disease and even AIDS? Researchers with the University of Maryland’s Department of Veterinary Medicine...

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