- Future Students
- DVM degree program
- Graduate Programs
- Request information
- Contacts, Map, and Directions
- Current Students
- Faculty & Staff
Signature Areas of Research
The OSU College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) is a world leader in the identification and study of zebrafish disease.
Genome Sequence Analysis
Recent research in Genome Sequence Analysis at the OSU College of Veterinary Medicine.
Bone, Joint and Muscle Diseases
Coordinated by Drs. Stacy Semevolos, Jennifer Warnock, Wendy Baltzer and Beth Valentine
Dr. Erica McKenzie is currently focusing on the problem of anesthetic myopathy in horses and the characteristics of the drug dantrolene sodium as a preventative agent for this condition. More...
Camelid Physiology and Medicine
Our mission is supported by a three-pronged approach with efforts committed to discovery, translational investigation, and contemporary clinical care for animals with cancer.
Food, Water-borne and Sexually Transmitted Diseases
Coordinated by Drs. Luiz Bermudez, Anna Jolles and Michael Kent the mycobacterial diseases research program is supported by grants from the NIH, Gates Foundation and the NSF. Specific research topics are focused on the pathogenesis of Johne’s disease and Mycobacterium avium infections, development of therapies for tuberculosis, and the ecology of microparasite-macroparasite interactions involving mycobacteria.
- About Us
- Veterinary Hospital
- Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
- Rockey Lab
- Signature Areas
- Research Grants
- Student Summer Research Programs
- University Research Office
- Contact Us