Press Releases

Cut From The Same Cloth

Story by Megan Myers Veterinary medicine runs in the Tabone family. Growing up in Colleyville, Amanda Tabone spent much of her free time at the veterinary hospital where both her father, veterinarian George Tabone ’93, and mother, veterinary nurse Katy Tabone, were employed. “I spent a good portion of my summers at the hospital, even […]

several VET members some in masks in front of VET vehicles prior to deploying to Polk County, TX on April 25, 2020

Texas A&M VET Deploys To Support Tornado Recovery

Story by Jennifer Gauntt Seventeen members of the Texas A&M Veterinary Emergency Team (VET) deployed to Onalaska, Texas, on Saturday morning to serve citizens affected by the tornado that struck East Texas on Wednesday. In Polk County, VET members will work with community sheltering operations to provide veterinary medical care to animals injured in the […]

Annalis Cigarroa and Margaret Preigh pet a Australian Shepherd dog on a table

Eyes On The Prize

Story by Dorian Martin The majority of Texas A&M veterinary students go on to careers in general practice, but some become so enthralled with specific branches of medicine that they decide to dedicate their entire careers to that field. Such is the case with Annalis Cigarroa, Maria Granello, and Hunter Enderle, who plan to take […]

CVM VENI building

CVM To Hold Virtual Graduation For Veterinary Class Of 2020

Students in Texas A&M’s Veterinary Class of 2020 represent a couple of milestones for the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM). Not only will the students slated to graduate May 6 be the 100th class of Aggie veterinarians, but because of the COVID-19 pandemic, they will earn the distinction of being the first […]

Jillian Villalva holding a macaw

The Sky’s The Limit

Story by Megan Myers Jillian Villalva has always been fascinated with birds. “As a kid, my parents would lose me when we were walking places because I would see some bird and want to follow it to figure out what it was doing,” said the fourth-year veterinary student. Growing up in Portland, Oregon, the force […]

Timothy Turner and Rockstar the steer

Taking The Bull By The Horns

Story by Jennifer Gauntt Unlike with many of his peers, veterinary medicine wasn’t Timothy Turner’s first career choice. “I wanted to be an astronaut first, but when I was 10, I was fishing with my grandpa, and we found a big piece of metal in Lake Nacogdoches,” he said. “We started asking around to find […]

Drop-off location in front of the Small Animal Hospital

Texas A&M VMTH Curbside Admission, Discharge Update

Story by Aubrey Bloom In an effort to better serve patients, the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences’ (CVM) Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH) has adjusted its admissions process for its Small and Large Animal Hospitals, effective April 20. Small Animal Curbside admission and discharge processes continue at the Small Animal Hospital; […]

Taylor Adams

DVM Class Of 2020 President Reflects On Leadership Role At CVM

Taylor Adams, the president of the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences’ (CVM) Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) Class of 2020, is interested in the behind-the-scenes work that leadership requires. Adams had a great impact within the CVM, where the Dallas native endeavored to include as many different students and backgrounds as […]

CVM Researcher Fights Antibiotic Resistance, Improves Foal Health

Story by Margaret Preigh Dr. Noah Cohen, the Patsy Link Chair in Equine Research at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM), has identified an alternative treatment for foal pneumonia that avoids the use of often over-prescribed antibiotics. In research funded by the Morris Animal Foundation, Cohen and collaborators found that […]

Dr. Eleanor M. Green at the VERO facility construction site

Texas A&M CVM’s 2+2 Veterinary Program Receives AVMA Approval

The Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVM) completed a pivotal step in the development of its 2+2 veterinary program on April 13, when the college received official program approval from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Council on Education (COE). With this approval, the CVM has permission to implement the 2+2 […]