Alumni in the News

Photo: Dr. Galuppo and horse

Equine surgeon and professor Dr. Larry Galuppo '90, prepares to inject millions of stem cells into a 5-year old horse that suffers from joint damage as part of the stem cell therapy provided by the William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital.
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We are proud of our alumni!  Check out recent news articles written by or about our alumni:

UCD leads the way with stem cell therapy on horses

Endangered Amargosa Voles Return to Mojave Desert, Janet Foley '93

Newborn Horses Give Clues to Autism, John Madigan '75

To Prevent the Next Ebola, Scientists Try to Catch New Viruses Before They Break Out, Jonna Mazet '90

Two from UC Davis Working on Front Line of Ebola Fight in Sierra Leone, Brian Bird '09 and Kim Dodd '15

Zoo Animals and Their Discontents, Vint Varga '87

UC Davis Veterinarian Wins National Teaching Award, Matthew Mellema '94

Alum Serves as Picnic Day Marshal, Dick McCapes ‘58

Academy of Sciences vet Freeland Dunker, Freeland Dunker '82

Alum Receives Veterinarian of the Year Award, David Beltran ‘84

Ask the Vet: Canine bloat, Kristel Weaver '06

Ask the Vet: Pancreatitis, Kristel Weaver '06

Congratulations: Klingborg Receives CVMA's Highest Honor, Donald Klingborg '72

David Kenney, 77, first SeaWorld vet, pioneered marine mammal medicine, David Kenney '62

Dogs May Mourn as Deeply as Humans Do, Sophia Yin, '93

Dr. Oz: Add years to your dog's life, Jeff Werber '84

Is it Too Late to Vaccinate my Horse?, April Knudson'03

Interdisciplinary research in School of Veterinary Medicine, Kirsten Gilardi '93

Major Weight Loss Tied to Microbes, Alice Liou '07

New animal hospital opens its doors, Patricia Carter '90

Outstanding Alumna Award, Jonna Mazet '92

Parakeet's limp may be due to kidney tumor, Jeff Kahler'87

Placerville Veterinary Clinic: For the love of animals, Rick Parsons ‘74

Scientists Investigate Mysterious Decline Of California Sea Otters, Karen Shapiro '02,  Michael Murray '81, & Melissa Miller '94

Ventura County's first veterinarian passes baton to next leader, Craig Koerner '76

Wellness Veterinary Services offers in-home veterinary care, Susan R Baillie '05

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