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World-class faculty bring innovation and creativity to shaping students in an environment that integrates academic and clinical teaching. We offer DVM and graduate programs, a residency program, a veterinary technician program, and continuing education.
Scientists at the college conduct high-impact basic, translational, and clinical research within the college and across campus—yielding new drugs, devices, and therapies for the benefit of animals and people.
Talented specialists and researchers generate new knowledge at the college—from critical care and cardiology to ophthalmology and orthopedic surgery. We bring emerging therapies and technologies directly to our patients as they are developed.
In the early 2000’s, relatively few dogs were diagnosed with inflammation of the pancreas, also known as pancreatitis. But today, many dog owners are familiar with this now-common condition that can be caused by genetics, high-fat diets, obesity, and the consumption of non-food items, among other causes. Are the spoiling and antics of man’s best friend to blame for this growing case count?
The Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine has been recognized with the 2021 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award by INSIGHT Into Diversity Health Professions magazine.
Kyle Kansman, DVM Class of 2022, has a passion for wildlife rehabilitation. He's had numerous experiences in the field working with animals at conservation centers, and along with classmate Maddie Chilcote (also DVM Class of 2022), he hosts A Walk on the Wild Side: A Veterinary Podcast. He also recently completed an externship at the Vancouver Aquarium and the Marine Mammal Rescue Centre. Take a look at his experience:
November: a time for joining with friends and family to give thanks, the month in which we turn our eyes to the full Beaver Moon, and the official time for Native American Heritage Month, when we recognize the historical and modern-day contributions of Native American individuals, as well as celebrate cultures and traditions.
Before beginning her veterinary journey, Margaret Haenn, doctor of veterinary medicine (DVM) class of 2022, served in the United States Army. In honor of Veteran’s Day, Margaret explains the similarities between veterinarians and veterans (as well as those who currently serve).
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