Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences
The Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences generates and disseminates biomedical information that improves both human and animal health. Researchers discover new knowledge; translate the knowledge into useful applications; educate undergraduate, graduate, and veterinary students in the biomedical sciences; and communicate this knowledge to health professionals, animal producers, and biomedical industries.
Veterinary Clinical Sciences
The Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences provides clinical teaching and services for small companion animals, and carries out research on naturally occurring disease in animals that mirrors the human disease. Faculty expertise spans behavior, cardiology, clinical pathology, comparative anesthesiology, dentistry, dermatology, emergency/critical care, general practice, integrative medicine, internal medicine, medical imaging, neurology, nutrition, oncology, ophthalmology, surgery, and reproductive medicine.
Veterinary Population Medicine
The Department of Veterinary Population Medicine has broad expertise in all aspects of food animal and equine medicine and husbandry, including comparative medicine, pathology, surgery, radiology, anesthesiology, population medicine, infectious diseases, theriogenology, and molecular biology.
College of Veterinary Medicine's Index of Faculty Expertise