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Faculty Spotlight

Dr. Ohad Levi

Dr. Ohad Levi
Dr. Ohad Levi joined Western University of Health Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine (WesternU-CVM) in 2010 as an Associate Professor, Surgery. Dr. Levi is also Course Leader for the Third Year Surgery and Anesthesia course. more…


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Message from the Dean

Video greeting for WesternU CVM from Dean Phillip Nelson

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About the College

About the College

The College of Veterinary Medicine at Western University of Health Sciences was established in 1998 more…


Support the College of Veterinary Medicine

For information about how to support the College of Veterinary Medicine, please contact the Director of Development, Tim McPheron: (909) 706-3762 or at tmcpheron@westernu.edu.


CVM Announcements

A Day of Celebration

2015 Commencement CeremonyMay 21, 2015
Flashback to the College of Veterinary Medicine Commencement Ceremony.

CVM Features

Pet Care Services

Pet Care Services

The WesternU Pet Health Center offers companion animal care, pet wellness services and other outreach programs serving the community. Find out more…

Laparoscopic Basic Skills Lab

Laparoscopic Basic Skills Lab

WesternU-CVM 2nd year veterinary students introduced to Minimal Invasive Surgery (MIS) technique through a Laparoscopic Basic Skills Lab. Find out more…

We are interested in collaborating with practitioners on clinical studies, identifying clinical trial subjects and supporting intern/resident projects.




March 16-18, 2016
California Temporary License Curriculum (CaTLC)


CVM Career Center

You are looking for a job opportunity or you want to advertise your job opening, get on the Veterinary Career Network (VCN).


CVM Strategic Plan Unveiled

The WesternU College of Veterinary Medicine unveiled a five-year Strategic Plan. Discover the future of the CVM.


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