Programs

Behavior

Behavior

The veterinarians in the Clinical Animal Behavior program focuses on behaviors in a wide variety of species including dogs, cats, birds, small mammals, horses, and cattle. -more-

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Epidemiology and One Health

Epidemiology and One Health programs focus on the population health of domestic animals, wildlife and people, using analytical approaches and tools that facilitate diagnosis, control, prevention, and eradication of diseases, and address challenges that impact health, sustainability, and productivity of populations.  -more-

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Equine Medicine

Equine teaching and clinical programs at the School of Veterinary Medicine are diverse. Faculty within the Department of Medicine and Epidemiology with an equine focus have a variety of interests that include the pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, control and prevention of infectious and non-infectious diseases involving all body systems of the horse. -more- 

Laboratory Animal

Laboratory Animal Medicine

Laboratory Animal Medicine refers to the specialty of veterinary medicine that addresses clinical medicine, anesthesia, surgery, and research-related support and procedures on both traditional (ie. rodents) and non-traditional laboratory animal (ie. primate, livestock, and aquatic) species.  -more-

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Livestock Medicine

Livestock Medicine is the synthesis of internal medicine, population medicine and epidemiology to improve the health and well-being of livestock, including dairy and beef cattle, swine, goats, and sheep. The ultimate goal is to maximize health, which results in high quality and safe food products for consumers throughout the world. -more-

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Small Animal

Companion/small animal programs focus on animal wellness and disease diagnosis, treatment, prevention, and control of diseases in a wide variety of species including dogs, cats, birds, fish, and small mammals. -more-

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Zoological Medicine

Zoological medicine refers to the specialty of veterinary medicine that addresses the care of wildlife species (captive and free ranging), aquatic animals, birds, reptiles and amphibians, and includes non-domestic companion animals (or exotic pets).  -more-