Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences
DVCS is situated at the CVM Maahas Field Station. It offers courses in Clinics, Diagnostic Imaging, Ethics and Jurisprudence, Internal Medicine, Surgery, Theriogenology, and Zootechnics. It has four laboratories, namely Large Animal Surgery, Small Animal Surgery, Theriogenology, and Zootechnics.
Key Research Areas
The research thrust of the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences mainly focuses on “One Health” issues for both livestock and companion animals. Researches dealing with the diagnosis and treatment of economically important diseases of livestock and companion animals such as Newcastle Disease, Hog Cholera, and Erlichiosis.
Jenlly D. Baguioan
Senior Utility Worker (ICS)
Olivia P. De Luna
Administrative Assistant VI