Animal Health Institute News Stories
August 9, 2017
The Midwestern University College of Veterinary Medicine and its Animal Health Institute clinics have garnered quite a bit of press recognition this summer. Below are links to some of their recent coverage.
The Fox10 News interview at our Diagnostic Pathology Center featured Nancy Bradley-Siemens, D.V.M., M.N.M., Alexandra Brower, D.V.M., DACVP, and fourth year veterinary student Greg Gstrein of Midwestern University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. They discussed the groundbreaking work being conducted in the emerging field of veterinary forensic pathology by Midwestern University faculty and students.
The 3TV segment on Midwestern University’s Health Careers Institute showed Sarah Matyjaszek, D.V.M., DACVS-LA, Director of our Equine and Bovine Center, explaining how the 48 high school graduates and seniors learn to deliver a calf with our calving simulator model. Students spent eight days on campus learning about all of the university’s health profession education programs.
The Wag Magazine recently featured the Midwestern University College of Veterinary Medicine in their article on becoming a veterinarian (see pages 16-19).
The Happy Dog Phoenix blog spoke with Alexis Siler, D.V.M., who offered tips on keeping dogs calm during monsoon storms.
Todd Carter, D.V.M., DACVIM writes on protecting dogs from heatstroke—still an issue of concern, even with our slightly cooler recent temperatures.
Arizona Horse Connection magazine recently published articles by two of our equine veterinarians:
Laura Waitt Wolker, D.V.M., DACVIM, writes on preparation for and pitfalls of desert endurance riding (see page 48).
Kenneth E. Sullins, D.V.M., M.S., DACVS, writes on diagnosis and treatment of equine upper airway issues (see page 36).