Andrew McGlynn, third year veterinary student presented his summer research titled, “How variable is the urinary microbiota of healthy dogs over time?” at the National Veterinary Scholars Symposium in Minnesota. Way to go Andrew!
Welcome to our newest grad student, Zach Lewis, graduate of Carlton College with a major in biology and a minor in biochemistry. We’re so excited to have you with us! Here’s to great things as you begin exploring the world of tiny microbes that impact so much of life and health!
Pelotonia Ride Day (Aug. 6th)! For more info or to donate, click here.
Finish line! -with Erin Waggoner, RVT in OSU Veterinary Medical Center
Vanessa Hale attended the Bladder Cancer Think Tank in Denver, Colorado. (August 2022)
Dr. Chris Madden departs for a new adventure at the Ohio Department of Agriculture. All the best Chris! We’re all so lucky to have worked with you.
Ryan presented his Masters research on the urine and fecal microbiota of dogs with and without bladder cancer. It was his first in-person poster session and he did a FANTASTIC job and got lots of poster visitors!
Vanessa Hale and Jenessa Winston co-hosted an In-Depth Symposia on translational medicine and the microbiome. Feature speakers (left to right): Sonsiray Alvarez Narvaez, Jan Suchodolski, Aida Vientos-Plotts, Emily Coffey, Jenessa Winston, Azam Ali Sher (who stepped in to share Linda Mansfield’s work), Vanessa Hale
And, we all managed to have a little fun exploring!
Night Bike Tour of the Monuments. Ohio at the WWII Memorial.
Remember Jordan? (High school senior and soon-to-be Buckeye!)
He just won FIRST PLACE for the Animal Sciences/Veterinary Medicine Award at the State Science Fair! He also won FIRST PLACE for the Osmon Ramsey Environmental & Natural Science Award – sponsored by the Ohio Academy of Science, and he won FIRST PLACE for the Veterinary Medicine Award, sponsored by the Ohio Veterinary Medical Association Auxiliary. These awards were for his research on the canine gut microbiome and how it varies by breed, age, and sex. WAY TO GO Jordan!
Andrew McGlynn and Rushil Madan presented posters at the Purdue Microbiome Symposium.
Exploring Purdue’s College of Veterinary Medicine.
Left: Yijing Liu, Center: Andrew McGlynn, Right: Rushil Madan
Next year’s Microbiome Symposium will be in OHIO! (May 8-10, 2023) Stay tuned…
Top Left to Right: Andrew, Jiarong, Vanessa, Mohamed
Bottom Left to Right: Yijing, Rushil
Great work to a great team (including Columbus Zoo & Aquarium and the Denver Zoo), and extra high-fives to Drs. David Minich and Chris Madden for leading this effort.
Our article is now available here from Animal Microbiome.
And from the lorikeets, who were the inspiration behind all of this:
Columbus Zoo & Aquarium Wildlights 2021