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Large Animal Compassionate Care Fund

January 13, 2015

Dedicated to providing valuable training to veterinary students and helping to save animals in need, The Large Animal Compassionate Care Fund has been established by the faculty of the Large Animal Hospital at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences. » Download this page as a pdf The Initiative Veterinary medicine, like human me... (Read More)

Large Animal Medicine and Surgery

Large Animal Medicine and Surgery

June 15, 2010

Students with a large animal focus are widely sought after for rural practices around the state. The training and preparations they receive prepare them to meet a great demand in rural communities wherever they choose to practice. Give Now  (Read More)

Lawhorn Swine Medicine Fellowship

Lawhorn Swine Medicine Fellowship

June 15, 2010

Dr. Donald Bruce Lawhorn Fellowship in Swine Medicine - Distributions from this endowment will support a faculty member that is a graduate veterinarian in a full time or part time clinical or tenure-track position. Give Now  (Read More)

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

June 15, 2010

The cost of such advancements are extremely great, especially when special housing would have to be built and service contracts on such sophisticated medical devices are extremely high. The faculty of the Large Animal Hospital have observed that veterinary teaching hospitals are moving to digital and computed forms of imaging, rather than traditional X-ray film imagin... (Read More)

Michael E. DeBakey Institute for Comparative Cardiovascular Science and Biomedical Devices

July 23, 2012

Funds will be used to develop treatments for America's #1 killer, heart disease  - join the Michael E. DeBakey Institute in helping to find a cure. At the Michael E. DeBakey Institute for Comparative Cardiovascular Science and Biomedical Devices, cardiovascular scientists, engineers, and clinicians from Texas A&M University, Texas Heart Institute, and the UT M... (Read More)

Neglected Zoonotic Disease Group

November 06, 2015

The purpose of these funds is to support research activities focused on the development of new and improved tools to diagnose, prevent and control zoonotic infectious diseases.  These funds will also support training and capacity building activities. Learn more about the Neglected Zoonotic Disease Group Give Now!  (Read More)