Graduate and postgraduate clinical programs (residencies and internships) are administered by the respective departments in the WSU College of Veterinary Medicine.
Learn more about our degree granting programs, residencies and internships.
- Department of Veterinary Microbiology and Pathology (VMP)
- Integrative Physiology and Neuroscience (IPN)
- School of Molecular Biosciences (SMB)
- Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health
- Radiology Residencies and Internships
Learn more about the Integrated Program in Biomedical Sciences (iPBS) that is available to all CVM PhD students.For details on graduate education also see the WSU Graduate School.
Graduate Student Spotlights
Tomorrow’s Scientists: Coty Jasper
Tomorrow’s Scientists: Savannah Sanchez
Tomorrow’s Scientists: Ginny Park
Ginny Park hopes her research at Washington State University will create a better understanding of how chronic cannabis use affects the human brain.
Tomorrow’s Scientists: Dr. Ahmed Lugelo
Dr. Ahmed Lugelo, a doctoral candidate in the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health, didn’t enter veterinary medicine for fame and fortune — it was for the fancy cars.
Tomorrow’s Scientists: Matthew Mietchen
Doctoral candidate Matthew Mietchen is hopeful his research at Washington State University will help to create a better understanding of how and why infections move through populations — and save lives.
Tomorrow’s Scientists: Jessica Wong
Jessica Wong describes the work of veterinary pathologists as crime scene investigation but with less crime — and, at least in her case, more bacteria and ticks.
Tomorrow’s Scientists: Marena Guzman
Working in School of Molecular Biosciences doctoral candidate Marena Guzman is a long way from her home in Phoenix, Arizona - nearly 1,000 miles as the crow flies - but she has settled right in at WSU, where her accomplishments both in and out of the lab will leave lasting marks.
Tomorrow’s Scientists: Seth Schneider
He once wrote a novel about a zombie apocalypse. Then there was that summer he and his brother hauled in nearly 100 Dungeness crab on Puget Sound.