This is the place where theory intersects with action. Where science is connected to service. UGA College of Veterinary Medicine – the intersection of research and impact.
We are Georgia’s only College of Veterinary Medicine, proud to serve our state and the nation for 75 years by educating the next generation of veterinarians, providing exceptional veterinary care to our clients, and tackling the most pressing animal and human health challenges.
For centuries, scientists have tried to crack the mystery of a devastating ailment once called “the shaking palsy.” But Parkinson’s disease, which causes tremors, muscle stiffness and difficulty walking, remains the second most common neurodegenerative disorder in the United States after Alzheimer’s. About 1 million Americans have Parkinson’s, and more […]
Five years ago, renowned UGA CVM large animal clinician and beloved friend, Dr. Steeve Giguère, passed away unexpectedly at only 48 years old. Through shared heartbreak, the CVM community came together to create a fund in his memory. Thanks to you, we far exceeded all expectations and were able to […]
Junebug is a 7 year old, mixed breed dog who was adopted by the Gerke family. Junebug’s family hoped that when they rescued her and provided her with love and safety that she would be okay, but unfortunately that was not the case. As a rescue, Junebug had never interacted […]
The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine rose to No. 7 in the latest ranking of veterinary colleges nationwide by U.S. News and World Report. The CVM has consistently placed in the top 10 in past rankings, and this distinction now places the CVM in the top 5 of […]
The University of Georgia Veterinary Teaching Hospital is once again offering free eye exam screenings to service and working animals this May as part of the 13th Annual American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ACVO) and Epicur National Service Animal Eye Exam Event. Registration by Sunday, April 30 at www.ACVOeyeexam.org is required to […]
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