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New Bolton Center nursing

Critical Care

Certified vet tech Kriste Halscheid cares for a New Bolton Center patient in the colic wing of our James M. Moran Jr. Critical Care Center.

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Oncology nurses at Ryan Hospital

Ryan Hospital Nurses Care

Nurses in Ryan Hospital's medical oncology service administer chemotherapy to a feline patient.

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Eva Jacobs, Penn Vet student and cheetah

Vital Signs

Second-year Penn Vet student Eva Jacobs spent the summer in Botswana with some unusual patients, including cheetahs.

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Laurel Redding, VMD-PhD candidate at Penn Vet

Monitoring Antibiotic Use in the Andes

Few people have studied antibiotic use on small farms in developing countries. Laurel Redding, VMD-PhD candidate, wanted to know more.

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Penn Vet Veterinary Clinical Investigations Center

Where Research and Medicine Meet

Through clinical trials, Penn Vet's Veterinary Clinical Investigations Center develops novel therapeutics to prevent, diagnose and treat disease.

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Penn Vet researchers study cell behavior at its new Center for Host-Microbial Interactions.

Center for Host-Microbial Interactions

Join us for the Microbial Communities in Health and Disease Symposium and special presentation by Carl Zimmer.

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New Bolton Center Farrier's shoes

No Hoof, No Horse

"As much as 80 percent of equine lameness originates within the horse’s hoof," says New Bolton Center farrier Pat Reilly. He should know.

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Confronting Ebola by looking at viral budding

Confronting Ebola by looking at viral budding

Penn Vet's Dr. Ronald Harty, associate professor of microbiology, identifies compounds that control hemorrhagic viruses.

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Education

Learn what vet school entails with our Summer VETS program for both college and high school students.

Research

Researchers at Penn Vet and Penn Med collaborate on developing an efficient cardiac gene transfer strategy using minimally invasive approach.

Veterinary Hospitals

Our two hospitals offer specialty care 365/24/7.