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The department boasts energetic graduate programs that emphasize multi-disciplinary approaches to research problems.
 
Superior research programs within the department provide students with invaluable training opportunities and attracts excellent funding from a range of sources.
 
Interpretive diagnostic expertise training is provided in conjunction with the Veterinary Teaching Hospital and the Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory.
MIP Graduate Programs

A program that provides training in a number of cutting-edge disciplines and involves research in progressive areas such as emerging infectious diseases, biosecurity, interdisciplinary/systems biology and translational medicine.

Student working with microscope

​The non-thesis Master of Science (professional) in microbiology – immunology is designed to strengthen the scientific academic portfolio of those seeking professional degrees and provide differentiating preparation for those seeking careers in industry.

Programs designed to provide post-DVM training leading to board certification and original research leading to a MS or PhD degree.

A graduate training program designed to provide veterinarians who have completed at least one year of residency or equivalent experience with training in modern molecular and multidisciplinary research.