College of Veterinary Medicine

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Learning Resources

Animal Health Library Library

Established in 1963, the Animal Health Library serves the biomedical information needs of the faculty, staff, and students in the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine and the College of Pharmacy, along with practicing physicians, veterinarians, pharmacists, and clinical pharmacologists.
Robert P Worthman Anatomy Museum

The Robert P. Worthman Anatomy Museum, located in McCoy Hall, is maintained by the Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience (IPN). The museum has an outstanding collection of anatomical specimens preserved by a variety of unique methods. They provide an excellent learning resource for students and a valuable teaching and reference source for faculty. Open during normal business hours, the museum is often a source of fascination for the general public. Tours can be arranged.
Robert P Worthman Anatomy Museum
Veterinary Student Computer Laboratories

The Veterinary Student Computer Laboratory in Bustad Hall is part of the college's continuing efforts to upgrade and expand its computer resources. The laboratory contains 56 computers and is used as a classroom as well as an independent study room. Computer access and support is also available to students in several other locations throughout the college.
Bustad Computer Lab
Biomedical Communications unit

The Biomedical Communications Unit (BCU) provides high-quality computer graphics, photographic, and video tape production services in support of college and University teaching, research, and service programs. The BCU media library provides University faculty, students, staff, and private practitioners with biomedical communication services and educational resources materials such as slide sets, videotapes, viewing rooms, and equipment loans.

Biomedical Communications Unit
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