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Pre-Vet Programs in Biomedical Science 2021/2022

Studies in pre-veterinary medicine may appeal to students who enjoy working outdoors and receiving real-world experience in pre-veterinary medicine. Real-world experience may help a student determine which direction to pursue after taking courses in a pre-vet program.Studying biomedicine may be an ideal choice for a student seeking to pursue a job in a health-related field. Biomedicine includes th… Read more

Studies in pre-veterinary medicine may appeal to students who enjoy working outdoors and receiving real-world experience in pre-veterinary medicine. Real-world experience may help a student determine which direction to pursue after taking courses in a pre-vet program.

Studying biomedicine may be an ideal choice for a student seeking to pursue a job in a health-related field. Biomedicine includes the study of anatomy and physiology, and may lead to a career as a biologist, surgeon, physician or other medical professional.

Pre-Vet in Biomedical Science

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Oregon State University Carlson College of Veterinary Medicine
Corvallis, USA

The Department of Biomedical Sciences currently supports three-year residency programs in both anatomic and clinical pathology. These training programs are designed to prepare ... +

The Department of Biomedical Sciences currently supports three-year residency programs in both anatomic and clinical pathology. These training programs are designed to prepare trainees to become board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Pathology. Residents are trained in all aspects of diagnostic investigation including cytology, hematology, clinical chemistry, and urinalysis for clinical pathology trainees and surgical biopsy and necropsy for anatomic pathology trainees. Residents participate in weekly journal clubs and attend rounds for histopathology, gross pathology, and cytology. They work closely with students, house officers, and clinicians in the teaching hospital as well as referring veterinarians. Residents are also encouraged to pursue research projects of interest and educational benefit. The goal of the program is to provide residents with a learning environment conducive to becoming highly competent veterinary pathologists with skills in diagnostics, teaching, and research. -
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