CVM Academic Programs
The WSU College of Veterinary Medicine offers a 4 year DVM professional curriculum, graduate programs, internship and residency training and undergraduate programs. Our faculty have expertise in many areas of teaching, research and service.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) Degree Program
Home of the WIMU Regional Program in Veterinary Medicine. WSU’s College of Veterinary Medicine is a leader in innovative learning with hands on experience beginning on day one!
Graduate and postgraduate clinical programs (residencies and internships) are administered by the respective departments in the College of Veterinary Medicine.
Students in the College of Veterinary Medicine go on to a wide variety of careers in the biological, biotechnological, and biomedical sciences, as well as many different non-science careers.
International Veterinary Program
In 1991 the CVM established the International Veterinary Education (IVE) program to provide students with an opportunity to gain knowledge and understanding of international issues in veterinary medicine.
Latest CVM News
Dr. Laura Chen Hired as New WADDL-AHFSL Branch Chief
It is our great pleasure to announce the hiring of Dr. Laura Chen as the new Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory (WADDL)-Puyallup Branch Chief for the Avian Health Food Safety Laboratory. Dr. Chen is board certified by the American College of Poultry Veterinarians and is currently concluding a Masters of Science degree at North Carolina State University in Avian Medicine and Poultry Pathology. Dr. Chen has a Bachelor of Science degree in animal science from Rutgers University and a DVM degree from North Carolina State University.
Dr. Chen will begin her employment with WSU-WADDL on September 1, 2019 in order to complete her MS training at North Carolina State University and complete the certification examination for the American College of Veterinary Pathologists. She will then be board certified in both Poultry Medicine and Anatomic Pathology.
Dr. Chen brings the expertise to manage and provide the high quality, client focused service to the poultry industry, backyard flocks/ aviaries, food safety industry, as well as work effectively with regional state and federal poultry regulatory programs that is expected from WADDL-Puyallup AHFSL. Her experience working as a Veterinary Medical Officer for USDA-APHIS highly pathogenic avian influenza virus (HPAI) emergency response incident command system, as well as hands-on training in foreign animal diseases investigation serves our region well at the entry point of the Pacific flyway to the USA. We thank all of the stakeholder support in this search and look forward to Dr. Chen’s arrival in September.
Dr. Tim Baszler
WADDL Executive Director
Dr. Kevin Snekvik
WADDL Director of Operations