About Our Research Funding
About Our Graduate Students
Graduate Students Ethnicity
Total Students = 141
Graduate Degrees Sought by Department
Total Graduate Students Gender
Total Students = 141
PhD Students Gender
Total Students = 86
Masters Degree Students Gender
Total Students = 55
All statistics based on Spring 2010 unless
where noted otherwise.
- Each summer, the
Veterinary Medical Student Research Training Program (VMSRTP)
offers first and second year professional DVM students stipends to
conduct veterinary and biomedical research.
- The CVM has cloned more species than any other academic
institution (deer, cat, cow, horse, pig, and goat) and leads the
way in conservation genomics.
- The CVM recently dedicated a new extension to the Veterinary
Medical Research Building. It provides space for 26 labs, 30
faculty offices, and 22 post doctoral offices.
- The newly established CVM Postdoctoral Research Awards are a
collaborative effort between the Dean's Office, various CVM
departments, Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Lab (TVMDL), and
Agri- Life Research, to provide funding in a competitive manner to
post doctorate students.
- Similarly, the recently initiated CVM Graduate Research Awards
is a competitive program in which students must develop proposals
for grant applications that are reviewed by professors inside and
outside of the program.
- The Texas A&M Institute for Preclinical Studies (TIPS) is
housed on the CVM campus and many collaborative research efforts
are underway, such as incorporating the use of spontaneous animal
models into clinical trials of new drugs and devices.
- A number of labs and centers conducting research in various
disciplines are housed at the CVM, such as the Clinical Pathology
Lab, the DNA Technologies Core Lab, Image Analysis Lab, the
Reproductive Science Lab, the Sayes Group Lab, the Center for
Environmental and Rural Health (CERH), and the National Center for
Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease (FAZD). View All Labs
Journal Cover Articles by CVM Scientists
Development Initiatives for Research
- First ever endowment at CVM dedicated to graduate student
education was recently established.
- A fund, created by faculty in the Department of Veterinary
Physiology and Pharmacology, has been created to support an
investigation of animal contraception in dogs, cats, and pigs at
- The Annual Legends Premier Stallion Season Auction has raised
hundreds of thousands of dollars to benefit the world renowned
equine reproduction research efforts at the CVM.