Missouri Veterinary Medical Association
Dr. Jennifer Loewen will present
“Non-fluoroscopic guided Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta (REBOA) placement in canine cadavers”
Biomedical Sciences Seminar Series
Zhenguo Liu, M.D., Ph.D.
Margaret Proctor Mulligan
Endowed Professor in Cardiovascular Research
Director, Division of Cardiovascular Medicine, Department of Medicine
“Bone marrow stem cells and their endothelial differentiation”
Please join us for two presentations by Dr. Mike Chaddock from Michigan State University, beginning at 5:30 p.m., on Thursday, Jan. 25, in Adams Conference Center. Dr. Chaddock’s presentations will focus on the following topics:
“How to Identify Culturally Diverse & LGBTQ+ Friendly Educational and Employment Opportunities AND How to make the Environment LGBTQ+ Friendly”
“Mental Health Outcomes and Stressors in LGBTQ+ DVM Workforce and Classroom”
These presentations are open to the entire CVM community. VBMA, Broad Spectrum and the Office for Student Affairs are sponsoring Dr. Chaddock’s visit.
VBMA members in attendance will receive 1 hour of Category 3 BCP credit per meeting (2 hours for attending both!)
The Missouri Horse Shows Association (MHSA) will present the Jeff Shikles Distinguished Service Award to the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine. http://cvm.missouri.edu/cvm-to-receive-shikles-distinguished-service-award/
Dr. Karaffa is starting a Wellness Series that will meet every month and talk about stress management, as well as many other mental health topics.
The first talk will be on February 2nd at noon in W233 and will be covering Evidence-Based Stress Management Strategies.
Just bring your own lunch that day and stop by W233 to learn some new strategies to cope with stress.
Since its initiation in 1994, the Mizzou Alumni Association (MAA) Faculty Incentive Grant program has provided start-up funds to more than 275 faculty in support of research.
In recognition of the creativity and productivity of faculty, the Alumni Association will make available $50,000 for faculty awards for the 2017-2018 academic year. To provide flexibility to the diverse needs and schedules of faculty, this year’s award program will consist of two grant periods. The amount of an individual request is limited to $4,000. The committee may offer partial funding.