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Dr. Brandon Dominguez (Dept. of Large Animal Clinical Sciences) practices Tai Chi in front of China CDC headquarters in Beijing with Mr. Liu of the China Ministry of Agriculture. Dr. Dominguez was part of a TAMU One Health team that travelled to China with a goal of strengthening ties between TAMU and the P.R. China.
Dr. Brandon Dominguez (Dept. of Large Animal Clinical Sciences) practices Tai Chi in front of China CDC headquarters in Beijing with Mr. Liu of the China Ministry of Agriculture. Dr. Dominguez was part of a TAMU One Health team that travelled to China with a goal of strengthening ties between TAMU and the P.R. China.

Our mission is to encourage our faculty and students to look beyond our borders and to be problem solvers on an international scale through education and research in the "One-Health" arena encompassing human and animal health.

Objectives

  • To encourage and facilitate our faculty and students to be world citizens through:
    • Study Abroad
    • Student Exchanges and Internships
    • Faculty Visits and Exchanges
    • International Development
    • Capacity Building
  • To encourage and facilitate collaborative relationships between our College faculty and faculty from universities abroad who share research or teaching interests
  • To introduce all that Texas A&M University's College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences has to offer to a world that needs solutions to problems.

Partial sponsorship of this program has been made available by a generous donation from the Carl B. & Florence E. King Foundation through the endowment of the Carl B. King Dean of Veterinary Medicine.

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