Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences

Funding Priorities

The College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences is ranked 6th in the world and 3rd in the United States, and our Small Animal Hospital has served Texas and the nation for more than 30 years, training specialists through renowned internship and residency programs. We are leading the way for research in areas from oncology, neuroscience, and biomedical genomics, to infectious diseases, and biodefense. And we are committed to fostering exceptional learning opportunities and addressing the issue of student debt. All over the world, our veterinarians hold positions of prestige and responsibility, improving both animal and human health.

  • Small animal teaching hospital
  • CVM-endowed Director of Veterinary Emergency Team
  • Endowment for Director of Innovation in veterinary education
  • Radiation oncology excellence endowment
  • Professorships and graduate fellowships
  • CVM educational technology
  • Veterinary medical student research training program
  • Diagnostic Imaging and Cancer Treatment Center (DICTC)
  • Center for Innovation in Veterinary Education
  • Clinical trials in veterinary medicine
  • Innovation and opportunity fund
  • Equine initiative phases 2-4
  • Equine initiative – phase 2 (equine reproduction facilities and programs)

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With your support, there’s no telling how far our leadership will go. We are closer than ever to our $4 billion goal. Help us continue the momentum and set the example for all by supporting our campaign today.

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