Our mission is to educate the next generation of veterinarians and biomedical scientists, and
to conduct novel biomedically-oriented research that is integrative in scope, approach, and methodology.

VIBS training programs deliver quality learning experiences for undergraduate, graduate, and medical professional students, preparing them for contributions to society through professional service, scientific inquiry, communication in scholarly journals, and robust educational outreach programs developed within the department and in partnership with outside agencies and organizations. State-of-the-art research is conducted across a variety of interactive focus areas, each of which brings the expertise of multiple disciplines to bear on complex issues of societal importance and maximizes each student’s and investigator’s potential for interdisciplinary synergy.

News in VIBS

It appears some think “Cats rule. Dogs drool.”

Below are two links to articles about efforts in feline genomics that highlight a colleague in our department, and also indicate the future of work in the college (basic research, teaching hospital, etc.).

Great work Dr. Murphy!

2021 CVMBS Awards

Congratulations to all of our wonderful VIBS faculty and students that were recognized at the 2021 CVMBS Honors and Awards Ceremony.

Dr. Kevin Curley – Juan Carlos Robles Emmanuelli Teaching Award
Dr. Sarah Hamer – Zoetis Award for Veterinary Research Excellence
Keswick Killets – Outstanding Masters Student Award
Dr. Weston Porter – Outstanding Graduate Student and Post-doc Mentor Award
Dr. Meichen Wang – Outstanding Postdoctoral Research Associate Award
Shawn Basinger – Outstanding Non-Thesis Masters Student Award
Dr. Cheryl Herman – Zoetis Distinguished Veterinary Teacher Award
Dr. Dana Kneese – Richard H. Davis Teaching Award
Dr. Courtney Sakolish – Outstanding Research Support Award


Focus Areas