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For small animal appointments
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Department of Veterinary Integrative Biosciences (VIBS) carries out
teaching, research, and service across a wide spectrum of
biosciences. Biomedical science represents a vital component to the
foundation of medical knowledge and includes investigation at
molecular, cellular, organismal, and populational levels.
Our faculty and students are engaged in biomedical genetics,
neuroscience, reproductive biology, toxicology, epidemiology, and
public health. We promote the creative potential of undergraduate,
graduate, and veterinary students; preparing them to contribute to
society through professional service, scientific inquiry, and
science communication. Additionally, through various outreach
programs and services, we engage and inform local, regional, and
international communities. Welcome to our website and the many
opportunities available to you in biomedical sciences.
The likelihood that a crop of leafy greens will be contaminated
by E. coli, an indicator of fecal contamination, before
harvest is strongly influenced by both farm management and
Dr. Louise Abbott will be named Presidential Professor of
Teaching Excellence at the May graduation. Texas A&M University
gives two of these awards each year to two extraordinary
Congratulations to VIBS Honors Convocation Awardees! We
are proud of you!
George T. Edds Award: Katie Zychowski
Outstanding Graduate Student Mentor Award: Gregory
COLLEGE STATION, Texas – Texas A&M University’s Timothy D.
Phillips, PhD, ATS, has won the 2014 Society of Toxicology (SOT)
Translational Impact Award for his work on improving public healt...
Dear VIBS Members,
I am delighted to share with you the news that Dr. Louise
Abbott was selected for the 2013 AAVA Outstanding Anatomist
Award at the AAVA meeting this past week. &nbs...
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