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Large Animals: 517-353-9710
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World-class faculty bring innovation and creativity to shaping students in an environment that integrates academic and clinical teaching. We offer DVM and graduate programs, a residency program, a veterinary technician program, and continuing education.
Scientists at the college conduct high-impact basic, translational, and clinical research within the college and across campus—yielding new drugs, devices, and therapies for the benefit of animals and people.
Talented specialists and researchers generate new knowledge at the college—from critical care and cardiology to ophthalmology and orthopedic surgery. We bring emerging therapies and technologies directly to our patients as they are developed.
Dr. Ian Moore is the 2022 winner of the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine’s Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Award. The award recognizes an individual the College's faculty, student body, staff, or alumni community for contributions to diversity and inclusion.
At Michigan State University, Pride Month is honored in April, as this gives the community the chance to celebrate together before embarking on summer break adventures (for the world at large, Pride Month is celebrated in June). In recognition of the monthlong event, the College of Veterinary Medicine spoke with a member of our community about how to make the veterinary field more inclusive to LGBTQIA+ individuals.
The Multicultural Scholars Program, a fellowship at the Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine, sponsors five veterinary students who come from populations that are underrepresented in the veterinary medical field, and aims to create a more diverse workforce in food animal medicine.