The Cornell Veterinary Podcast

The Cornell Veterinary Podcast

The Cornell Veterinary Podcast is our audio storytelling platform where we take a deep dive into the discovery, care and learning that happens at the Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine.

Episodes

May 1, 2024
critical-care-on-the-cutting-edge

Dr. Jethro Forbes, assistant clinical professor in the Section of Emergency and Critical Care, shares how he fell in love with veterinary emergency medicine, and how he’s pushing the boundaries of critical care at Cornell with new technologies.

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studying-and-saving-wildlife-around-the-world

As the Cornell Lisa K. Yang Center for Wildlife Health’s wild carnivore health specialist, Dr. Martin Gilbert travels the world studying endangered wildlife and finding practical solutions to protect them. Tune in to hear about his adventures with ...

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artificial-intelligence-in-veterinary-medicine-a-brave-new-world

Dr. Parminder Basran, a radiation oncology physicist brings his background in human medicine and artificial intelligence to the field veterinary medicine—raising exciting possibilities and important questions around this relative...

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building-bridges-from-genomics-to-beliefs

As a professor of genomics and department chair, Dr. Praveen Sethupathy ’03 has a passion for making connections—whether its between genes and disease or between people with different backgrounds and belief systems.

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using-diet-to-defend-against-disease

John Loftus, D.V.M.’12, uses his nutrition and immunology research to help his patients--from comparing different dog food diets, to understanding the importance of Vitamin D, to helping cats with feline hyperthyroidism.

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the-birds-and-the-bees-at-big-red

Cornell has a strong history in reproductive biology going back to the early 40s, making discoveries on hormone cycles and IVF methods, and inventing the Pap smear. Dr. Paula Cohen builds on this legacy through her work in improving human reproduction and male...

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the-weird-and-wonderful-world-of-wildlife-health

Dr. Krysten Schuler spends her days working to protect New York State's wildlife from diseases like bear mange, deadly fungus in salamanders, and chronic wasting disease in white-tailed deer.

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life-lessons-from-a-cornell-farm-veterinarian

Dr. Jess McArt shares stories and insights from her career as a dairy and farm veterinarian.

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