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​We focus on more than animals. Our research also finds solUTions to problems that affect humans and the environment.

​Our faculty, staff, and students contribute to the process of discovery through a wide range of basic and translational interests that impact not only veterinary medicine but also the biomedical sciences, as well as the public health needs of the state and nation.

UTIA and Hanover Research

UTIA AgResearch and the College of Veterinary Medicine have entered into an agreement with Hanover Research, a grant development and consulting firm, to provide grant consultant services to UTIA faculty. The primary goal is to provide additional faculty resources to increase the success rate of extramurally funded competitive grant proposals. There is no cost-share requirement for the individual PI or his/her home department.

For additional information and to submit a request for Hanover services, visit the UTIA and Hanover Research details page.

Strategic Initiatives

Toward the betterment of animal and human health:

  • enhance opportunities for veterinary students to gain biomedical and clinical research expertise
  • increase participation in the Comparative & Experimental Medicine Research Day
  • develop strategies to increase extramural funding and enhance industry relationships
  • increase enrollment in the Comparative and Experimental Medicine graduate program

Sharing Our Stories

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VOLVet Voice Podcast shares the stories of Knowledge, Compassion, and Discovery from the UT College of Veterinary Medicine on the campus of the UT Institute of Agriculture in Knoxville, Tennessee.

Research in the News

Odoi Named Assistant Dean

Congratulations to CEM Graduate Student Award Winners!

Associate Dean of Research and Graduate Studies elected AAA Fellow.

Dr. Ashley Reeves earned her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from UTCVM and is now working on a PhD in Comparative and Experimental Medicine under the mentorship of Dr. Deb Miller. Dr. Reeves recently published an article in The Conversation about her work helping endangered ocelots.