VCS Graduate Program - Areas of Concentration

Clinical and Translational Research

Graduate training in translational research may be pursued in a number of fields related to clinical and basic sciences, including anesthesiology and pain management, behavior, cardiology, clinical epidemiology and population medicine, dentistry, diagnostic imaging (radiology), large animal internal medicine, large animal surgery, oncology, ophthalmology, production medicine (ruminant and swine), radiation oncology, small animal internal medicine, small animal surgery, and theriogenology.

The VCS department, along with the Purdue University Veterinary Hospital, has state of the art facilities, equipment and infrastructure for studying the health and diseases of animals, conducting clinical trials and translational research.  Learn more >>

Discover research investigations underway in the Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine.

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