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Penn Vet Class of 2015

Congratulations to Penn Vet Class of 2015!

Our students earn a comprehensive education at Penn Vet.

Check out the VMD Curriculum...
Visiting Ryan Hospital

A Special Focus on Ryan Hospital

Take a peek behind the scenes...
Canine mitral valve disease radiograph

Addressing Canine Mitral Valve Disease

Read more about Dr. Mark Oyama's research...
McBaine detects ovarian cancer tissue.

Early Detection

Detecting ovarian cancer early can have a great impact on overall survival. Penn Vet working dogs train in ovarian cancer detection.

Penn Vet working dogs are driven to work.

Focus

Drive is most clearly defined as a willingness, vigor, or enthusiasm to engage in certain behavior, contexts, or situations.

Puppies in training at the Penn Vet Working Dog Center

Basic Training

Puppies start training from the day they join the Working Dog Center at 8 weeks. After a firm foundation, they specialize.

Penn Vet Working Dog training for search and rescue

Search!

Penn Vet working dogs start their training at a young age. This six-month-old yellow lab is becoming an expert at search and rescue.

Penn Vet Working Dogs get their exercise

Fit to Work

Penn Vet working dogs are bred and trained for fitness and excellence.

Mouse microbiome and maternal stress

Neuroscience & Stress

Dr. Bale's lab studies how the mouse microbiome and maternal stress affect mouse pups.

Developing mouse models of stress sensitivity

Stress Sensitivity

Research in Biomedical Sciences studies the roots of neurospsychiatric disease.

Discovering the basis of brain disease

Brain Disease

The mouse brain is a model to study brain disease in animals and humans.

Neuropsychiatric disease and stress pathway dysregulation

Stress Pathway Dysregulation

Stress pathway disregulation is a common symptom of many diseases such as autism.

Neuroscience and neurobehavioral sciences

Neuroscience

Biomedical Sciences researchers study neuroscience with state of the art technology.

Giving


Penn Vet is a global leader in specialty veterinary care, innovative teaching, and groundbreaking research.

Your gift to Penn Vet can help:

  • Our hospital teams care for animals large and small, faced with the most challenging health problems
  • Support our cutting-edge research to improve both human and animal health
  • Help provide the most innovative training available for future veterinary leaders

And your gift also supports Penn's Compact 2020, bringing the benefits of Penn's research, teaching, and service to individuals and communities at home and around the world.

Friends, Alumni & Donors, Thank You!

From all of us, thank you to our many 2014 donors. Gifts like yours make all the difference in our animals' lives.

To our alumni, a special thank you! Visit the online 2013-14 Penn Vet Alumni Giving Report.

Mailing your gift?

Please mail gifts made payable to the Trustees of the University of Pennsylvania to:

Office of Advancement & Alumni Affairs
University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine
3800 Spruce Street, Suite 172E
Philadelphia, PA 19104