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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 & VMBS Ambassador

News

Texas A&M SATH Clients Help Ensure Top-Notch Patient Care For Generations To Come

Bickie and Bill Coffey don’t just want the best for their own pets; they want the best for everyone’s pets....

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Texas A&M VMBS Announces Vemulapalli As New Executive Associate Dean

Dr. Ramesh Vemulapalli has been selected as the new executive associate dean of the Texas A&M University School of Veterinary...

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VMBS’ Galloway-Peña Selected As Montague-Center Scholar

Dr. Jessica Galloway-Peña, an assistant professor in the Department of Veterinary Pathobiology (VTPB) at the Texas A&M School of Veterinary...

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Pet Talk

Chronic Pain In Pets Part 2: Physical And Psychological Treatment

A diagnosis of chronic pain may sound scary to anyone. Fortunately, many treatment options are available to ease and improve...

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Chronic Pain In Pets Part 1: Causes, Symptoms, And Prevention

Pets can develop chronic pain for a variety of reasons, but because they cannot verbally tell us when they’re hurting,...

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Preventing Monkeypox Transmission Between People And Pets

The 2022 outbreak of monkeypox has caught the attention of healthcare professionals worldwide, especially after the World Health Organization’s declaration...

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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