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Teaching in the Professional, Graduate and Undergraduate Curriculum.

Faculty of Veterinary Biosciences teach veterinary students in the preclinical and clinical veterinary medicine curriculum via core and elective courses/rotations, residents in clinical and anatomic pathology, interns and residents in medicine and surgery, and graduate students in various scientific disciplines with an emphasis on cancer and infectious diseases. They also participate in undergraduate instruction through select lectures and laboratory teaching.


Professional Veterinary Curriculum

Integumentary System (6606)

Respiratory System (6601)

Cardiovascular System (6600)

Urinary system (6602)

Muscolo-skeletal system (6607)

Endocrine system (6604)

Nervous system (6603)

Reproductive System (6605)

Digestive System (6609)

Comparative Biology of Disease 1: General Pathology and Immunology (6550.01)

Comparative Biology of Disease 2: Animal Pathogens (6550.02)

Comparative Structure and Function of Tissues (6530)

Applied Histopathology (VBS 7720)

Applied Virology (VBS 7715)

Career Area of Emphasis (Pathology, VM7700.14)

Structure and Function of Cells (VM6540) 

Gross Anatomy 1 (VMCOLL 6520)

Gross Anatomy 2 (VMCOLL 6521)

Clinical Pathology (VM 6618)

Applied Veterinary Clinical Pathology (VBS 7712)

Hematology case discussion (VBS 7852)

Graduate Curriculum

Advanced Systemic Pathology (VBS8811)

Molecular Biology and Pathogenesis of Viruses (VBS/MVIMG/MG 7741)