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"Diversity drives excellence in everything that we do as a team, including biomedical education and research."

– Dr. Ramesh Vemulapalli, Department Head & Professor, Veterinary Pathobiology

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"Being an ambassador is more than simply giving tours. Being a part of this amazing team has helped me create my own path to reach my goals as a pre-vet student."

– Linh Ngo, Biomedical Sciences Undergraduate Student & CVMBS Ambassador

College News

CVMBS Faculty Members Honored During Annual Holiday Party

Four faculty members at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS) were honored with awards during...

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CVMBS’ Steiner Named 2021 Regents Professor

Dr. Jörg Steiner, a University Distinguished Professor within the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences’ (CVMBS) Department...

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Petco Love Grant Supports CVMBS Program Serving Elderly Population, Their Pets

Research has indicated that companion animals are highly effective at combatting issues of loneliness, a problem that affects 1 in...

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Pet Talk

Does The COVID-19 Omicron Variant Spread Affect Pets?

With the holiday season winding to a close, COVID-19 cases are spiking across the country. As pet owners quarantine, questions...

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Teaching An Old Dog New Tricks: Adopting Senior Dogs

The day a family adopts a new dog is exciting for everyone, as dogs get a second chance at a...

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Home For The Holidays: Introducing Your Pets To New Guests

The holiday season is a great time to invite new and old friends, alike, to join in the festivities. But...

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"I think we’re really fortunate here, because we have such wonderful faculty who are willing to take us under their wings."

– Marshal Covin, Third-Year Veterinary Student