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Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine is dedicated to the advancement of health and welfare of animals, people, the environment, and the veterinary profession through excellence in teaching, research, service and outreach.

We are committed to a professional degree program with broad training opportunities across a comprehensive range of companion and exotic animals, and livestock species. Our focus is on initiatives that address important societal needs at a local, national and global level.

News

Letter to K-State community from Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer

Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Bryan Samuel shares a message with the K-State community.
Bryan Samuel

AAVMC Joins FASHP Organizations in Denouncing Racism, Affirming Principles of Inclusion

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University signs research agreement for COVID-19 vaccine candidate

CVM researcher Dr. Waithaka Mwangi based a potential new COVID-19 vaccine platform on research adapted from his research on bovine parainfluenza 3 virus.

    Dr. Waithaka Mwangi

K-State study first to show SARS-CoV-2 not transmitted by mosquitoes

New study performed by BRI/DMP researchers finds coronavirus unable to replicate in three common species of mosquitoes.

A study at the Kansas State University Biosecurity Research Institute is the first to confirm that SARS-CoV-2 cannot be transmitted to people by mosquitoes.
     

 

Research shows how additives mitigate risk of African swine fever transmission through feed

Dr. Megan Neiderwerder examines two different classes of liquid feed additives for efficacy against African swine fever virus in cell culture and in feed ingredients.
Dr. Megan Niederwerder

CVM discontinuing GRE requirement for admissions

The College of Veterinary Medicine is dropping the Graduate Record Examination as a requirement of its application process beginning with the 2020-2021 application cycle.

Willie the Wildcat examines pooch at VHC