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Leading the Way in Veterinary Research

Our cutting-edge research incorporates One Health principles for advancements in both human and animal medicine. A highly productive and renowned research faculty generates outside funds for equipment, graduate trainees and indirect costs that directly benefit the instructional and service missions.

$15 +million

research expenditure


in the top 10% of most cited journals in the field

Vet Med looks to nervous system to reduce cardiovascular disease

Faculty Research Spotlight
Dr. Madhan Subramanian, physiological sciences assistant professor, seeks to understand the effects obesity and aging have on the body and how to reduce the associated risks.

What's happening in Vet Med Research

Vet Med Research Enhances One Health Initiative

Research done within the scope of veterinary medicine has a direct impact on humans. With this in mind, researchers at Oklahoma State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine approach their work from a One Health perspective.

Faces of Research: Dr. Rudra Channappanavar

Throughout his 16-year research career, he has studied viral immunology and for the last 10 years, Channappanavar has focused on coronavirus research.  

Ramachandran named President's Fellow

Dr. Ramachandran, an associate professor in the Oklahoma Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory, researches the development of novel disease diagnostic methods.

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