The College of Veterinary Medicine’s unique curricular structure provides nearly two years of hands-on clinical training. Years one and two of the four-year program focus on instruction in high-tech, computer-based classrooms and labs. Years three and four provide clinical instruction in such areas as cardiology, community medicine, dentistry, emergency and critical care, equine medicine and surgery, food animal medicine and surgery, neurology, neurosurgery, oncology, ophthalmology, orthopedic and soft-tissue surgery, and reproduction. The curriculum is integrated with veterinary services that include statewide animal disease diagnostic services, and extension and continuing education programs for animal owners and veterinarians.
OCTOBER 14 | 8 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. | Adams Conference Center Up to seven hours of Continuing Education! Download flier 8 a.m. – Sign in, Breakfast, Opening Events 12 p.m. – Lunch, Mule Rides, Raptor Rehab Showcase 1 p.m. – “Renal Disease” Hills Lunch and Learn – Matthew Hull, DVM 5 p.m. – Raffle Winner Announcements Track One 9 a.m. – “The Neuro Exam” -Josh Berhorst RVT 10 a.m. – “Shock” – Laurie Frasher DVM 11 a.m. – “Feline HCM” -Kelsey Brown RVT 2 p.m. – “Take It or Leave It – Understanding Tooth Fractures and Common Therapies” -Michelle…
During drought, beef producers might find a best friend in their local veterinarian, says University of Missouri Extension veterinary toxicologist Tim Evans.