The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine has officially launched its new Undergraduate Certificate in One Health (UCOH). Applications for Fall 2022 enrollment to the program opened on Monday, March 21, 2022. This certificate, open to UGA undergraduates of…
At the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine, we’re driven by a deep and powerful passion to define and deliver all that veterinary medicine can, and should, be.
We welcome people from different backgrounds, hometowns, and points of view, leveraging those perspectives to help shape the future of animal and human health. We educate and elevate our students, transforming them into legions of highly-trained doctors and tenacious researchers who are driven to serve their communities. We explore and discover and dream up and test out new ways to care for and protect animals and humans. We’re invested in every sense of the word: in people, in connections, in facilities, and in research.
We love this work, this challenge, and this responsibility—it’s what we were born to do. We’re UGA Vet Med and our passion powers our commitment. Care to join us?
Highly pathogenic avian influenza was confirmed in three bald eagles in Georgia Thursday. This is the first time the virus has been confirmed in the species in the state. The University of Georgia’s Southeastern Cooperative Wildlife Diseases Study first detected the…
Athens, Ga. – The University of Georgia will receive $5 million in federal funding for Parkinson’s research as part of the omnibus spending package passed by Congress and signed by President Joe Biden on Tuesday, March 15. The funds, which…