By Lorraine Nelson, WSU Spokane SPOKANE, Wash. – A traveling exhibit from the National Library of Medicine featuring the contributions of African American academic surgeons to medicine and medical education will be at the Washington State University Spokane library Feb. 1-March 11 for Black History Month in February.
By Charlie Powell, College of Veterinary Medicine PULLMAN, Wash. – Theia, the formerly homeless young dog from Moses Lake, Wash., left Washington State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital this morning breathing well through her surgically repaired sinuses.
By Linda Weiford, WSU News SEATTLE – No one can say the 420-pound gorilla in the operating room wasn’t noticed. Vip, a 35-year-old silverback at Seattle’s Woodland Park Zoo, was given a head-to-toe physical last week by a team of veterinary specialists, including three from Washington State University.
By Jennifer Dimas, Colorado State University Related Profile of Chris Orton, CSU Proteomics may be the key to successful cardiac surgery High heart surgery success rate FORT COLLINS – Dr. Christopher Orton, a Colorado State University veterinary heart surgeon and a WSU alum, has been hired as the new head of the Department of […]
Pullman – “Chocolate,” the Chesapeake Bay retriever that has captured the hearts of many, is out of surgery and is resting comfortably at WSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital. The large dog underwent a five hour procedure to help repair old breaks to both of his front legs that had healed improperly. “I am pleasantly surprised at the range […]
PULLMAN – A Chesapeake Bay retriever that ran for months on two broken front legs and has captured the hearts of many in the Tri-Cities area of Washington may now get the help he needs. “Chocolate” will undergo surgery today (Friday, Feb. 8) at WSU’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital to help repair his injuries that healed […]
PULLMAN – To the long list of things to consider when choosing a mate, there is now evidence suggesting that your spouse’s personality can have a major influence on your own ability to recover from – and perhaps even survive – a major challenge to your health. It is a finding drawn from a study […]
PULLMAN – Warwick M. Bayly, dean of Washington State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine, has been named the 2006 Washington State Veterinary Medical Association’s Veterinarian of the Year. The award was presented at the WSVMA’s annual convention banquet held Sept. 30, in Yakima. It is the most prestigious award given by the association in recognition […]
President V. Lane Rawlins, following his recent ankle surgery, returned to campus Thanksgiving week. And, although his ankle is still in the healing stages, he’s not letting that slow him down. Employing the help of device known as “A Leg Up,” Rawlins is rolling down the hallways of French Administration Building making regular meetings. The […]
PULLMAN — Washington State University President V. Lane Rawlins is resting in Harborview Medical Center in Seattle after successfully undergoing ankle surgery Wednesday, Oct. 26.The surgery took several hours to complete; it involved fusing and removing bone spurs from Rawlins’ ankle. Family members said that Rawlins will probably remain in the hospital until Saturday.In recent […]