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Kat Gilmore

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Articles by Kat Gilmore

Nov. 11 2013

College of Veterinary Medicine receives full accreditation again

The College of Veterinary Medicine once again has received full accreditation from the American Veterinary Medical Association Council on Education. 

Sep. 16 2013

$1.95M grants to be used to improve science teaching tools

Two federal grants totaling $1.95 million will provide jobs and research support for a growing UGA startup company that aims to change the way science is taught in classrooms.

Aug. 19 2013

Visiting Nobel laureate will talk about pandemics, birds

Nobel laureate Peter C. Doherty will discuss his two latest books Sept. 10 at 3 p.m. A book sale and signing will coincide with the event, which will be held in Room H237 of the College of Veterinary Medicine's main academic building. The event is free and open to the public; seating is limited.

Feb. 4 2013

Rare breed: Professor one of only 300 veterinary neurologists in world

In the world of veterinary specialists, Dr. Simon Platt is a rare and evolving breed: a twice board-certified veterinary neurologist-once by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, and once by the European College of Veterinary Neurology. More and more veterinary neurologists become board certified each year, but currently, Platt is one of about 300 in the world.

Jan. 22 2013

‘Veterinary Spectrum’ makes debut on WUGA-TV

For those clamoring for a closer look inside the College of Veterinary Medicine, tune in to WUGA-TV for Veterinary Spectrum, which airs in January and February.

Jan. 30 2012

Molecular virologist to head population health department

Mark W. Jackwood, a UGA molecular virologist known for his work in avian diseases, has been appointed head of the department of population health.

Jan. 9 2012

Mentors drove veterinary medicine professor toward her passion

Ask Dr. Kelsey Hart why she wanted to be a large animal clinician, assistant professor and researcher, and you witness her enthusiasm for all the pieces that, once connected, provide a clue.

Oct. 10 2011

Science of Veterinary Medicine Research Day to be held Oct. 13

The College of Veterinary Medicine will host its annual Science of Veterinary Medicine Research Day on Oct. 13.  Admission is free, and the event is open to the public.

Oct. 3 2011

Research team receives grant to develop software

A team of UGA researchers has been awarded a $500,000 small business grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to develop interactive educational software aimed at teaching high school students how the five senses work in the context of the brain and how neurons work.

Aug. 15 2011

Researcher to use $1.4 million grant to test rabies vaccine

Dr. Zhen Fang Fu, a rabies researcher in the College of Veterinary Medicine, will collaborate with several institutions to test a curative vaccine for Rabies Virus, or RV, that could be administered late in the disease process.

Apr. 18 2011

Josiah Meigs Teaching Professors

Feb. 14 2011

Full circle: Quest to eradicate rabies takes prof from China and back again

From his humble beginnings as a barefoot doctor in China to his relentless pursuit of an education to prepare him for a career in rabies research, Dr. Zhen Fu has dedicated his life to battling rabies in the realm of public health.

Nov. 8 2010

Noted vaccine researcher joins UGA faculty ranks

Don Mark Estes, an internationally renowned veterinary immunologist and vaccine researcher, has joined the College of Veterinary Medicine faculty as the Fred C. Davison Distinguished University Chair in Veterinary Medicine.

Oct. 18 2010

Infectious disease specialist one of six in U.S. to receive FDA funding for TB research

A world-renowned tuberculosis researcher based at the College of Veterinary Medicine is one of six U.S. researchers to receive part of a $2.9 million award from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.

Oct. 4 2010

Three department heads appointed to endowed chairs in vet medicine

Three faculty members have been appointed to recently endowed professorships in the College of Veterinary Medicine.

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