At Purdue Veterinary Medicine, we offer the opportunity for students to pursue combined DVM-MS and DVM-PhD degrees. In addition, PVM offers the Veterinary Homeland Security Graduate Program and partners with the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering to offer the Interdisciplinary Biomedical Sciences Graduate Program.
Each of our academic departments also offer graduate program opportunites:
Basic Medical Sciences
Programs with research emphasis on signal transduction in development and oncogenesis, cell adhesion molecules in development and oncogenesis, muscologskeletal atrophy and countermeasures, ovarian follicle development, neural regeneration, implantable therapeutic or diagnostic devices and application of computers in veterinary education. Visit the Basic Medical Sciences graduate program website for additional information.
Programs with research emphasis on epidemiology and public health, microbiology and immunology, clinical and anatomic pathology and laboratory animal medicine. Visit the Comparative Pathobiology graduate program website for additional information.
Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Programs with reserach emphasis on clincial and translational research and veterinary homeland security. Visit the Veterinary Clinical Sciences graduate program website for additional information including the VCS Research Specialties page for a complete list of concentrations.