U.S.-China Center for Animal Health (USCCAH)
The U.S.-China Center for Animal Health (USCCAH) is a Kansas State University (KSU)-based training center for the improvement of Chinese animal health education, research, government, and industrial workforce and a center that will assist Chinese and U.S. animal health companies to access the U.S. and Chinese markets, respectively.
The College of Veterinary Medicine at KSU and the Kansas City Animal Health Corridor provide the ideal location for this training platform. Because of our strong and close connections with Chinese and American stakeholders, we are well versed on animal health needs in both countries.
We serve the mission in three areas of professional commitment:
- Improve the DVM training system in China to meet the AVMA standards. We train 5-10 DVM students from China each year.
- Train Chinese veterinarians on good clinical practices in swine, cattle, and companion animal disease management.
- Organize annual animal health summit that services the U.S. and Chinese animal health industry.
- 培训中国执业兽医师， 提高他们在猪,牛和宠物等动物健康和疾病管理方面的临床操作水平。
|Dr. Jishu Shi, director of USCCAH, talks about innovation at the Animal Health Investment Asia （October 19, 2016）|
US-China joint veterinary program selects four Chinese students for pre-veterinary studies at Kansas State University (July, 2016)
U.S.-China Center for Animal Health selects new Chinese Students for pre-veterinary studies at Kansas State University, looks to expand program (February, 2016)
U.S.-China Center for Animal Health hosts the 2nd Annual Reunion of the U.S.-China Joint DVM Scholarship Program at Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine (September 26 & 27, 2015)