Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Veterinary Teaching Hospital is one of
the newest and finest equipped facilities of its type in the world.
The WSU veterinary hospital provides full service to the general
public's animals, attracting some 15,000 animal patients per year.
The hospital provides more than two acres of assignable space.
Equipment costs were nearly $10 million and include state-of-the-art
technology such as a CT scan, nuclear medicine, laser surgery, video
endoscopy, ultrasound, a linear accelerator for treating cancer, and
magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
The Animal Disease Biotechnology Facility (ADBF) has provided
critically needed space for units of the
Department of Veterinary Microbiology and
Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences,
Field Disease Investigative Unit, and USDA-ARS-Animal Disease
The ADBF houses existing, state of the art, internationally
recognized, animal infectious disease programs investigating
lentiviral infections, spongiform encephalopathies, vaccine
development, food safety, mycobacterial infections, hemoparasitic
diseases, and other significant and important diseases.
for education and
training of the next generation of scientists is an integral component of
ADBF programs and currently has significant federal support for training
programs in place. ADBF programs significantly benefit citizens of the
state, region, and nation
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