Dr. Jaypee A. Abenoja from the Department of Pathobiology and Dr. Ronalie B. Rafael from the Department of Animal Management attended separate international seminars concerning agriculture held at Beijing, China last September and October, respectively.
Two faculty members of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, Dr. Darlene Fe P. Castro and Dr. Fredelon B. Sison presented researches in Vietnam and Germany, respectively last September 2016.
Dr. Darlene Fe P. Castro presented a PCARRD-funded research entitled "Antimicrobial Resistance Genes in Bacterial Pathogens from Swine and Poultry" during the Interuniversity Program - Molecular Biology (IPMB) Alumni Convention at Can Tho University, Can Tho City, Vietnam last September 18-21, 2016.
CLSU-CVSM graduates once again dominated the top ten in Veterinarian Licensure Examination (VLE) with Dr. Princess Charmaine T. Herrera landing on No. 1 and five others grabbing 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 7th and 9th places.
These topnotchers are among the 48 CLSU examinees who passed the examination given by the Professional Regulation Commission last August 23-25.
A total of 50 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and 53 Bachelor of Science in Animal Husbandry students of College of Veterinary Science and Medicine graduated last July 1 during the 64th Annual Commencement Exercise of Central Luzon State University.
Among the DVM graduates, Dr. Princess Charmaine Herrera graduated Magna cum laude with a GPA of 1.44. Meanwhile, for the BS AH graduates, Mr. Kiara Garcia and Mr. Mark Steven Castro graduated Cum laude with a GPA of 1.58 and 1.60, respectively.
Through the collaborative efforts of Pathology students, under the direct supervision of Dr. Marvin Bryan S. Salinas, the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine celebrated the 1st Pathology Week last April 25 – 29, 2016.
Series of student activities were prepared during the week. A parade was held as part of the opening program. Different contests like poster making, quiz bees and amazing race game and search for Mr and Ms. Pathology were participated in by the students.
A total of 209 registered reviewees were being catered by the Licensure Examination Assistance Program (LEAP) for the year 2016.
Eighteen (18) out of twenty (20) veterinary schools in the Philippines were represented in this year's batch with the following registered reviewees per school: Aklan State University (3), Benguet State University (13), Capiz State University (1), Cavite State University (1), Central Luzon State University (49), Central Mindanao State University (5), Cagayan State University (12), De La Salle Araneta University (58), Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University (7), Isabela State University (6), Nueva Vizcaya State University (5), Pampanga State Agricultural University (5), South Western University (10), Tarclac College of Agriculture (7), University of Eastern Philippines (5), University of Southern Mindanao (4), Virgen Milagrosa Foundation University (12) and Visayas State University (3).
Central Luzon State University, through the initiative of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Animal Industry, DA-Regional Field Office III last April 19, 2016 to prevent and control Rabies in dogs and cats and Newcastle Disease in chicken in Nueva Ecija.
Dr. Virginia M. Venturina, CVSM dean, was awarded as this year's Most Outstanding Veterinarian in Rural and Extension Services in the recently concluded 83rd Philippine Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) Scientific Conference and Annual Convention last February 17 to 19, 2016 at SMX Davao Convention Center, Davao City.