Every day, the school impacts the future of medicine in profound ways. But to continue their groundbreaking work, they need to break new ground. A significant expansion of the school’s current footprint to double the size of its small animal teaching hospital and provide necessary research space is critical to ensure the school remains an international leader in animal and human health.Learn More
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Advancing animal and human health with science and compassion. That’s what drives the School of Veterinary Medicine.Learn MoreAdvancing animal and human health.
The UW School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) is ranked fifth in the nation by U.S. News & World Report. QS World University Rankings puts the school at 24th in the world. And while the SVM’s strong reputation extends across the nation and around the globe, its graduates tend to stay close to home: 70% of… Read more »Learn More
Farmers in every nation are already struggling to solve problems of animal health and welfare, drought, high temperatures, and many more issues that put our nation and the world at risk for food scarcity. The Dairyland Initiative and other agricultural practices that have their roots in Wisconsin will play a vital role in how we continue to feed people at home and across the globe.Learn More
What’s good medicine for animals often turns out to be good for humans as well. This is something that the UW School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) has been demonstrating for a long time. And right now, SVM faculty and scientists are working on therapies and products that will reshape how we treat a number of… Read more »Learn More
Infectious diseases are as unpredictable as they are terrifying. And in an increasingly interconnected world, the potential for a global outbreak is immense. Researchers at UW-Madison’s School of Veterinary Medicine are seeking innovative ways to stay a step ahead of the next pandemic.Learn More