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Dr. Pompei Bolfa, pathologist and associate professor of biomedical sciences at Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (Ross Vet) in collaboration with researchers from Cornell University recently published a paper in Veterinary Pathology focusing on equine arytenoid chondritis, a condition most common in racehorses that decreases their athletic performance.
Since February 2017, Marshalette Smith-Anthony, MBA, MPA, BscN, RN, TNCC has served the Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (Ross Vet) community by providing medical care through triaging, urgent care treatments, planning and executing health and wellness programs, and contributing to the overall well-being of the community.
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (Ross Vet) students, joined virtually by friends and family, learned important news about the next step in their academic journey. An excited and anxious group of 133 students gathered at the clinical placement ceremony to find out where they had placed for either a stateside or international clinical rotation.
Several veterinary professionals from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (Ross Vet) contributed to Animals, Health, and Society: Health Promotion, Harm Reduction, and Health Equity in a One Health World, a newly released book that is one of the first to explain health promotion, harm reduction, and health equity issues in One Health.
For anyone who has ever felt the comfort of someone watching over them, protecting them, and keeping them safe, the impact of such a presence is often life-changing. Such is the case for Ross University Veterinary School of Medicine (Ross Vet) clinical student, Joshua Taylor, class of 2021. And for Joshua, his comforting protector was his family’s pet, Kugel.
While making bold decisions has served Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine’s (Ross Vet) Dr. Erika Little professionally, it’s been the result of her decisions that have impacted the lives of hundreds of students, community members, and peers along the way.
The first among her family and friends to attend veterinary school, Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (Ross Vet) student, Stephanie Darling, class of 2023, knew from an early age that practicing veterinary medicine was the only career for her.
The award recipient for the Fall 2020 semester is commended for her outstanding performance in pathology course work and her involvement in the “Path Club”. On behalf of ACVP, Ross Vet colleagues, the clinical and anatomic pathology faculty at Ross, congratulations Cassie Willrett, for a job well done!
Flaco, an orange-winged Amazon Parrot, has been part of the Ross Vet community for over a decade. His loud squawks and cheerful personality lit up the Ross Vet Aviary and allowed Rossies to care for birds during their studies.
Highlighting not just Rossie Resilience, but the rich diversity of our alumni and the leadership they bring across the breadth of the profession, Ross Vet is proud to launch our Fall 2020 Alumni Magazine.