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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.
Applications are now open for the Class of 2022. Click here to apply.
Dr. Dan Thomson visits with Dr. A.J. Tarpoff, K-State Extension beef veterinarian, on a disease that causes a lot of problems in feed yards in late day cattle.
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The latest Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine details how a fungal skin infection in a porcupine was successfully treated.
Dr. Philip Hardwidge and postdoc Samir El Qaidi suggest that strategies to inhibit the activity of NleB may be effective in reducing E. coli's virulence
Dr. Reif, who works in the Center of Excellence for Vector-Borne Diseases, recently received $10,000 from Integrated Animal Health.
The professor and section head of radiology, Dr. David Biller, was recently presented with a special honor.
Top stories include the VHC treating a porcupine from Sunset Zoo, awards for CVM faculty, student's trip to Namibia and more!
The Veterinary Technician Intern Program at the VHC offers exposure to a variety of specialties and access to board-certified veterinarians and may be the perfect option! For more info, contact Lisa Bryant at firstname.lastname@example.org.