African Swine Fever
Our faculty have compiled a variety of resources regarding African Swine Fever. While there is no threat to human health, the disease is emerging in parts of Europe and China. Read more.
Welcome, new graduate students!
Front row, left to right: Daniella Schettino, Ruth Quintana, Britta Wass, Nicole Wanner, Magie Steinhoff, Patrice Witschen, Marissa Milstein. Back row, left to right: Erica Dobbs, Heather Souder, Zelmar Rodriguez, Dora Zucko, ilya Slizovskiy, Courtney Anderson, Rahul Kumar, Anders Matson, Tyler Garwood and Garret Draper. Learn about our PhD and MS programs.
Blazing new trails
The first student to graduate through the CVM’s Veterinary Leadership through Early Admission for Diversity (VetLEAD) program has her sights set on success. Read the full story.
A raptor's reach
New private funding allows The Raptor Center to improve wildlife rehabilitation across seven states, helping wild animal welfare to soar a little higher. Learn more.
Collaboration blasts glioblastoma
A five-year canine cancer research project makes for healthier dogs, happier owners, and—ultimately—healthier humans. Read the full story.
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A College of Veterinary Medicine degree prepares you for success in the dynamic veterinary medical field.
Inside the college
Active Learning Class Grows Understanding of Antibiotic Use
Judicious use of antibiotics in food animal medicine is a key concept second-year DVM students are learning at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Get to know us
Spotlight on: Jody Lulich, DVM, PhD
Dr. Lulich is hoping to find out why urinary stones form, how they can be eliminated from the body without surgery, and how to prevent their recurrence.