Our very own Dr. Michelle Theus investigates how the brain repairs itself after a stroke.

Virginia Tech News reported about Dr. Michelle Theus’s research on the central nervous system following a traumatic brain injury. “BLACKSBURG, Va., March 20, 2014 – A neuroscientist at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech says she hopes that a better understanding of how the brain restores blood flow to damaged tissue following […]

Congratulations to Shelley Cooke and Andre Stevenson for their recent awards and inductions!

Please join us in congratulating Shelley and Andre for their recent awards and inductions! Shelley Cooke, MSE PhD candidate and RM IGEP fellow, has been accepted as a Full Member into Iota Delta Rho, the Interdisciplinary Research Honor Society. Iota Delta Rho is the Nation’s first interdisciplinary honor society and was founded at Virginia Tech […]

Is death a disease or not? Miranda Vieson discusses, “The Bioethics of Regenerative Medicine” – Chapter 10

“I stumbled across a book while searching for a topic to write about and found it to be extremely relevant to our discussions in IGEP regarding regenerative medicine.  We’re striving to understand all the different angles of regenerative medicine in addition to the science, which is something I think is important in standing behind what […]

Congratulations to Anne Nichols and Kaavya Giridha who won, “Outstanding PhD Poster”!

Congratulations to Anne Nichols and Kaavya Giridha who both won “Outstanding PhD Poster,” at last weeks Twenty-Fifth Annual VMRCVM Research Symposium! Thomas Brickler, Kaylyn Williams, Maria Christina Villafranca Locher, Kristobal Gudenschwager and Tracee Popielarczyk presented their posters too. Good work everyone!

Dr. Cyril R. Clarke appointed as dean of Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine

Dr. Cyril R. Clarke currently serves as professor and dean of Oregon State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine. He will succeed Gerhardt G. Schurig, who announced his plans to return to the faculty after 10 years as both interim dean and dean of the veterinary college.