Advancing the health and well-being of animals and people


Faculty in the College of Veterinary Medicine are engaged in applied, basic, and translational research that will ultimately stimulate new knowledge and enhance the educational experiences of future veterinarians, postdoctoral trainees, and graduate students.  The College of Veterinary Medicine is committed to meet the needs of the public by sharing and disseminating  knowledge from its research accomplishments.



Departments & Units:  The academic departments and various units in the College of Veterinary Medicine exemplify the broad scope of research, education and services the College offers.

Cornell ArchitectureCenters & Programs: The Cornell campus is home to more than 100 other interdisciplinary centers, institutes, laboratories, and programs that support faculty research and enhance veterinary, graduate, and undergraduate education. 


sampleShared Facilities & Resources:  Shared facilities and resources within the College and University provide the capacity to conduct research and further advance research.


frogRecent  Awards:  Recognizing faculty effort, research accomplishments, and their commitment to advance science, grant awards in support research are highlighted.



The serpentine path traveled by a T. spiralis larva through a single layer of intestinal epithelial cells can be traced in the fluorescently labeled tyvelose it deposited in its wake. There are no parasites visible in this field. The nuclei of dead cells stain intensely and uniformly red or, where they overlap with tyvelose, yellow. Nuclei of the live cells in the surrounding monolayer are very lightly fluorescent.At the Bench: Research in Progress: Scientists work with and among faculty at one of the world's leading research universities. Collaborations inspire discoveries and innovative approaches to some of the most challenging issues that facing society.

ResearchCollege Research Office:  Under the auspices of the Office of Research and Graduate Education, the Research Office facilitates the research mission of the College and provides support to the College and its researchers.

BioBankCornell Veterinary BioBank:  The Cornell BioBank is a repository of DNA and medical information that is based in the College of Veterinary Medicine, at Cornell University. It will provide clinicians and pre-clinical scientists with the basis of genetic investigation: the DNA and medical information that accurately defines inherited diseases in our patients.

Clinical TrialsClinical Trials:  Your participation helps to advance the health and well-being of both animals and people.