Fall 2017 Graduate Courses

 V_PBIO 7110 Veterinary Cytology (2)
This course of Veterinary Cytology is designed to hone the skills of the practicing Veterinary Technician, Veterinary Student or Veterinarian and assumes some basic knowledge of microscope usage and normal hematology. The review of normal cells will be minimal and emphasis will be placed on findings associated with inflammatory and neoplastic diseases. Higher level course will include discussion of ancillary tests, special stains and treatment alternatives. The focus will be on canine and feline diseases but some common equine and bovine diseases will be covered.

V_PBIO 7120 Principles of Toxicology (3)
This course will provide an introduction to the general principles of toxicology, including the history and scope of the field; risk assessment and management; mechanisms of toxicity; the disposition of toxicants, non-target organ-directed toxicity; toxic responses of specific target organs; and various toxicological applications, such as environmental toxicology.

V_M_S 8023 Internal Medicine Journal Review (1)
A review of current publications in veterinary internal medicine.

V_M_S 8090 Research in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (Thesis) (cr. arr)
Open to graduate students with requisite preparation.  Graded on a S/U basis only.

V_M_S 8431 Research Methods and Data Analysis (2)

V_M_S 8450 Research in Veterinary Medicine and Surgery (Non-thesis) (cr. arr)
Open to graduate students with requisite preparation.  Graded on a S/U basis only.

V_M_S 8485 Problems in Veterinary Clinical Sciences (1-3)
Supervised individuals studies arranged with a faculty member and approved by the advisory committee.  Some section may be graded A/F or S/U only.