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Title: Cornell Veterinary Medicine, Spring 1997
Authors: Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine
Voiland, Bonita S.
Wall, Jeri
Lang, Susan
Winter, Metta
Keywords: Cornell University. College of Veterinary Medicine -- Periodicals
Veterinary Medicine -- New York (State) -- Periodicals
Issue Date: 1997
Publisher: Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Citation: Cornell Veterinary Medicine, Spring 1997
Abstract: Topics of articles in this issue of Cornell Veterinary Medicine include: Dogged Efforts Pay off; Frank Loew Resigns: Donald Smith Named Acting Dean; Message from the Departing Dean: Franklin M. Loew '61, DVM '65; University Names New James Law Professor (Francis Kallfelz); Animal Clinical Chemists to Meet; International Groups Cooperate to Control Raccoon Rabies; Trying to Prevent Joint Disease; Canine Eye Disease: Progressive Rod-Cone Degeneration; Woodchucks and Human Medicine; Zweig Committee 1997 Awards; Generational Pride: Families with Three Generations of Cornell DVMs (The Brown Family, The Ferber Family, the Fredericks Family); Cornell Launches New Animal Health Newsletters; Cat and Dog Experts Needed!; Awards of Unrestricted Alumni Funds; Kudos to Cornellians: from American Association of Zoo Veterinarians; People, Honors, and Awards; In Memoriam (Girard H. Hottendorf, Melvin Foster Mather, Robert B. McClelland, Harold C. Phelps); Recent Gifts to the College; You and Estate and Financial Planning; On a Historical Note.
Description: Cornell Veterinary Medicine, Spring 1997
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