Veterinary Biosciences and Diagnostic Imaging

Education, training, and service in anatomy, radiology, and clinical behavioral medicine

The Department of Veterinary Biosciences & Diagnostic Imaging provides education, resident training, and clinical service in the disciplines of anatomy, histology, diagnostic imaging, and behavioral medicine.

VBDI at a glance

21

Faculty Members

6

Residents

1

Graduate Student

17,500

Hospital Cases Seen

We teach courses in diagnostic imaging as part of the DVM curriculum and perform a critical service function to the veterinary teaching hospital providing imaging services for large animal, small animal, and exotic species.

We offer a competitive post-DVM radiology residency program. This three-year American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR) accredited residency program provides training and preparation for the certification examination of the ACVR. Throughout the program, our residents are exposed to all of our top-notch technologies. 

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CVM professors build global and local partnerships

Once the paperwork is finalized, UGA CVM students will have the opportunity to travel with professors to India to work…

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Graduate degree programs

VBDI is one of the many areas of emphasis that you can choose from as part of the College’s Comparative Biomedical Sciences graduate program.