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Veterinarians at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine have successfully conducted their first-ever procedure to correct atrial fibrillation in an equine patient, being one of only a handful of veterinary schools nationwide able to perform the procedure.
The annual dance concert returns to Telfair Peet Theatre Main Stage on March 22 with “Take a Walk in Her Shoes.” Conceived and directed by College of Liberal Arts faculty members Adrienne Wilson and Jeri Dickey, “Take a Walk in her Shoes” draws on specific information from the 125th anniversary of women on Auburn’s campus. The performance will weave together varying forms of dance to highlight the multidimensional and daringly diverse experiences of women.
Small patients are nothing new for Auburn's College of Veterinary Medicine, but a recent case is believed to be its smallest one to date to undergo Patent Ductus Arteriosus, or PDA, surgery. The owner and tiny dog flew a long way, more than 2,600 miles, to have the procedure performed.
- Mike McConnell, former US director of national intelligence, addressing ‘Privacy vs. Security’ at SEC Academic Conference at Auburn University
- Auburn University researchers identify natural enemy of crop-killing kudzu bug
- James Beard recognizes Auburn's Hudman, Bancroft
- From poultry science to music therapy, Auburn students showcasing their research and creativity
- Auburn veterinary professor researching effect of soybeans on male hormonal activity
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