The Department of Clinical Sciences is dedicated to clinical and academic excellence and focuses on the issues affecting companion animals and horses. Faculty members have specialty training and represent the following disciplines: Anesthesiology, Behavior, Clinical Pharmacology, Dentistry, Dermatology, Equine Surgery, Equine Medicine Neurology, Oncology, Ophthalmology, Primary Care, Radiology, Shelter Medicine/Epidemiology, Small Animal Surgery, and Small Animal Internal Medicine. Our faculty members teach veterinary students these disciplines throughout the curriculum. Veterinarians in the Department of Clinical Sciences hold appointments in the Animal Health Center where they provide clinical service to animal owners and referring veterinarians. Third and fourth year veterinary students spend much of their time in the Animal Health Center, working alongside clinicians, interns and residents, refining the clinical training which they started in the second year of the professional program.
Research in the department reflects the various disciplines represented and concentrates on problems relevant to the causes, diagnosis and treatment of problems affecting companion animals and horses. The department offers residencies in Anesthesia, Equine Internal Medicine, Equine Surgery, Neurology, Primary Care (ABVP), Radiology, Small Animal Medicine, and Small Animal Surgery, as well as a number of specialty internships. We also offer MS and PhD degrees with a variety of emphases.
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Dr. Andrew Mackin
Head, Department of Clinical Sciences