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:
US-China Joint DVM Program
Highlights | 重点信息
Kansas State University's College of Veterinary Medicine is training the domestic and international veterinarians of the future through the U.S.-China Joint Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Program.
Kansas State University's College of Veterinary Medicine has announced the launch of the new Center on Vaccine Evaluation and Alternatives for Antimicrobials, or CVEAA, to support animal vaccine development and usage.
Launching the new Center on Vaccine Evaluation and Alternatives for Antimicrobials, or CVEAA, Kansas State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine aims to support animal vaccine development and usage, says a recent release.
Kansas State University is set to become a leader in animal vaccine research with a new center focused on development and usage.
The Zoetis Foundation recently announced a series of grants totaling $5.3 million supporting professions and livelihoods for livestock farmers and veterinary professionals, including a grant for the U.S.-China Center for Animal Health at K-State.