College of Veterinary Medicine

Research Programs

Research Programs

Echocardiogram of a dog heart
Echocardiogram of a dog heart
The WSU CVM excels in research of benefit to animal and human health and well being. In fiscal year 2006, CVM faculty conducted more than $12.5 million in competitively funded research, placing it in the top tier of all veterinary schools.

Specialized research areas include food- and water-borne diseases, neurobiology, cardiovascular medicine and physiology, immunology and infectious diseases, and microbial genomics and proteomics.

Our many research programs can be further explored by visiting the web sites of our departments:

Department of Veterinary Microbiology & Pathology
Veterinary Clinical Sciences   Clinical Studies   Field Disease Investigative Unit
Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience
Allen School
Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health
School of Molecular Biosciences
Student Research Programs

Specific Programs

ARCS Seattle Achievement Rewards for College Scientists

Funding Sources for Research (Internal)

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