U.S.-China Center for Animal Health

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 that improves the bilateral collaboration in veterinary education and research and assists 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:

  1. Improve the DVM training system in China to meet the AVMA standards. We train 4-8 DVM students from China each year in four different universities in the U.S.
  2. Facilitate international collaboration in veterinary education and veterinary student exchange.
  3. Develop and strengthen international public-private partnership for research collaboration in fighting emerging and major infectious animal diseases.





  1. 促进中国的执业兽医教育体系使其达到美国兽医学会的标准。我们每年培训4-8名中国DVM学生。
  2. 促进国际兽医教育合作和兽医学生交流。
  3. 建立和加强大学与政府和企业之间的合作伙伴关系,促进在防控突发和重大动物传染病研究方面的国际合作。
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Highlights | 重点信息


2019 Annual Homecoming of the U.S.-China Joint DVM Program (English)

2019年中美联合培养DVM奖学金项目年会 (中文)


Historic Celebration for U.S.-China Joint DVM Program and New Agreement between KSU and China (English)

中美联合培养执业兽医博士DVM项目历史性庆典及协议备忘录签字仪式 (中文)


Historic Graduation Ceremony of the First Set of Chinese DVM Students in the U.S. Since 1949 (English)

中美联合培养 DVM 项目首批学生的历史性毕业典礼(中文)

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K-State report: Homecoming spotlights camaraderie of U.S.-China Joint Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program

July 13, 2022

The old expression "two heads are better than one" took on new meaning this year at the annual celebration of the U.S.-China Joint Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program at Kansas State University in May.

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