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At the Texas A&M School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (VMBS), we support collaboration and teamwork that turns today's discoveries into proactive solutions for animals, humans, and the environment.

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

– Dr. Ramesh Vemulapalli, VMBS Executive Associate Dean


"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


Heseltine Receives Provost Faculty Teaching Excellence Award

Dr. Johanna Heseltine, clinical assistant professor of internal medicine in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences (VSCS), has been...

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VMBS Envisioning New, Next-Generation Small Animal Teaching, Research Hospital

Explore a dynamic version of this story here. “When something has a champion, it moves,” said Dr. Jonathan Levine, head of...

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Texas A&M Researchers Play Key Role In National Animal COVID-19 Research

Nine Texas A&M University researchers made key contributions to the first national-scale COVID-19 animal surveillance study that analyzed companion animal...

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Pet Talk

Spring Vaccinations For Dogs

Spring’s warmer weather signals the time for more outdoor adventures, especially for dogs who tend to be curious while outside....

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Backyard Chickens Part 2: Maintaining Healthy Birds

After researching, preparing for, and buying healthy chickens, first-time flock owners will need to know all that is involved in...

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Backyard Chickens Part 1: Preparing To Buy Healthy Birds

After egg prices hit record highs in late 2022 and early 2023, having a flock of backyard chickens to provide...

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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