Western University of Health Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine Associate Professor Yvonne Drechsler, PhD, has received a $1 million U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) grant to functionally annotate the chicken genome, which has wide-ranging implications for better understanding of genetic factors influencing growth, reproduction and disease resistance in production. More…
Message from the Dean
2019 WesternU Equine Health Symposium
Western University of Health Sciences will host a symposium focused on connecting the equine community with practitioners who will provide important knowledge on equine health care.
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Dr. Tracey McNamara – Keynote speaker at Call to Action on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)
Dr. Tracey McNamara, Professor of Pathology, College of Veterinary Medicine, was invited to give a keynote address at the second Call to Action on Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in Accra, Ghana. The governments of Ghana, Thailand and the United Kingdom, with the United Nations Foundation, World Bank, and Wellcome Trust, in partnership with the UN Inter-Agency Coordination Group (IACG) on AMR brought together representatives from government, WHO, FAO, OIE, academia and others to explore how to strengthen engagement and collaboration across governments, civil society and private sector. The conference supports the work of the Interagency Coordination Group as it prepares to report back to the UN Secretary General during the 73rd session of the UN General Assembly.
CVM 2019 student Athena Kepler has received a $45,000 AQHF (American Quarter Horse Foundation) Margaret A. Haines Scholarship. This scholarship is made possible by the late Margaret A. Haines, a passionate and vocal supporter of the health and well-being of horses. This scholarship promotes the funding of cutting-edge research which includes the control and treatment of laminitis, the study of immunizations and vaccines for infectious diseases, and genetic and musculoskeletal injury treatment. More…
Western University of Health Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine faculty and students are volunteering to help animals removed from a sanctuary under investigation for neglect. More…
We are interested in collaborating with practitioners on clinical studies, identifying clinical trial subjects and supporting intern/resident projects.
The College of Veterinary Medicine at Western University of Health Sciences was established in 1998 as the first new college of veterinary medicine in the United States in more than twenty years, and stands as a new paradigm in veterinary medical education more…
The College of Veterinary Medicine’s Reverence for Life Commitment promises that animals will not be harmed in our teaching programs. More…
WesternU Equine Health Symposium.
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WesternU Pet Health Center
The WesternU Pet Health Center offers companion animal care, pet wellness services and other outreach programs serving the community. Find out more…
WesternU Spay/Neuter Center-East Valley
The WesternU Spay/Neuter Center is a high quality high volume spay/neuter and wellness teaching center serving Van Nuys and surrounding communities. Find out more…
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.
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