Resources for Veterinarians
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Article ItemReferrals and Consultations , article
Small and large animal referral and consultation services are available to all veterinary practitioners. In-hospital and on-farm care is provided by Veterinary Teaching Hospital clinicians.
Article ItemVeterinary Clinical Research Office , article
Working with veterinary patients and their owners, the Veterinary Clinical Research Office facilitates clinical trials and translational research studies that advance human and animal health.
Home ItemViTALS , home
Accredited by the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians (AAVLD), Virginia Tech Animal Laboratory Services (ViTALS) is the on-site interdisciplinary diagnostic laboratory of the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine.
Article ItemContinuing Education , article
Our continuing education programs offer diverse lectures of veterinary focus, including topics in public health and wellness, that equip attendees with the tools necessary to develop and succeed in their professional and personal lives.
Article ItemResidencies and Internships , article
VA-MD Vet Med offers discipline-specific residency training programs and internships for post-DVM students.
Article ItemEmergency Operating Procedures , article
The Veterinary Teaching Hospital's (VTH) Emergency Operating Procedures (EOP) were developed based on a compilation of best available information, knowledge, experience, and veterinary medical practices to provide guidance to Virginia Tech's VTH staff.
Article ItemVeterinary Social Work , article
Similar to hospital or medical social workers in other health care settings, the Veterinary Social Work Service is available to help owners navigate every step of their pet’s care, including talking through treatment options, facilitating communication, or offering support for decision-making.
Article ItemVeterinary Memorial Fund-Funded Research , article
Since its founding, the Veterinary Memorial Fund has supported more than 100 different projects to foster improved veterinary medical care. The fund has helped scientists develop knowledge, improve procedures, and perfect techniques in such areas as genetics, imaging technologies, chemotherapy, wound healing, dental disease, and equine laminitis.