Welcome to the College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences at Colorado State University. Here, you'll find some of the best undergraduate, graduate, professional, research, and outreach programs in biomedical sciences and veterinary medicine not only in the state, but in the nation and around the globe.
We strive for excellence in all that we do, and that commitment shows strongly in the diversity and strength of our programs. We are home to the world-renowned Animal Cancer Center, which has helped to shape the field of veterinary oncology. The Animal Population Health Institute has a global presence and was recently awarded a $15 million USAID grant to investigate how livestock systems will be impacted by climate change. Our Mycobacterium Laboratories is tackling one of the most intractable and deadly diseases of our time – tuberculosis.
From toxicology to neurology, radiology to physiology, our pioneering faculty members are training the next generation of scientists while creating new knowledge for the greater societal good.
Of course, we are probably best known for our Veterinary Teaching Hospital and our Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program. This program consistently ranks in the top three veterinary schools in North America and continues to excel in providing educational and experiential opportunities to future veterinarians. These individuals will lead future efforts in public health, disease control, veterinary care, food safety, biotechnology, higher education, and research.
I invite you to explore all that the College has to offer.
Mark Stetter, D.V.M.
Dean, College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences