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Stent study by Dr. Arun Kumar attracts continued media publicity

Discovery of next generation of stents capable of cell based peptide delivery to achieve localized therapeutic effects.

VetEd 2014 - Clinical Skills Pre-conference Workshop

More than 170 delegates from over 50 veterinary schools and institutions around the world gathered at Bristol’s School of Veterinary Sciences in Langford last month for the VetEd Symposium 2014. In this report, UCD's Máire O’Reilly details her pre-conference workshop during which delegates built a low fidelity simulation of a dog with dynamic breathing.

Impact Factor for the Irish Veterinary Journal Announced

The Irish Veterinary Journal now has an impact factor of 1.706, the most widely used measure of journal quality, following the release of the Journal Citation Report from Thomson Reuters on 29 July 2014.

UCD Veterinary Hospital Conference 2014

On Friday July 11th 2014, the UCD Veterinary Hospital together with the UCD School of Veterinary Medicine hosted its 9th annual conference on the UCD Belfield campus.

UCD Animal Welfare Fund launches its 2015 Calendar

The UCD Animal Welfare Fund is proud to announce the official launch of the Animal Welfare Fund Calendar 2015. Take a look inside and order yours now!

Clinical Extramural Studies

For further information on Clinical Extramural Studies and to access CEMS Form 2, please visit this page.

VMCAS Supplemental Applications

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Students who have selected UCD Dublin can start their VMCAS Supplemental Application by clicking here and selecting "Start a new Course Application"

Continuing Veterinary Education

Two new CVE offerings have launched on the topics of Animal Welfare Science and Veterinary Ethics.

These offerings are sponsored by the Veterinary Council of Ireland are now available free of charge.

Click here to find out more.

AVMA Accreditation

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The UCD School of Veterinary Medicine has full accreditation from the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) Council on Education.