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Department of Veterinary Medicine

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INTRODUCTION

Veterinary medicine is the branch that deals with the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of disease, disorder and injury in animals. The scope of veterinary medicine is wide, covering all animal species, both domesticated and wild, with a wide range of conditions which can affect different species.

We understand the potential challenges and problems of animal health and work with our clients and referring veterinarians towards successful outcomes. The LUAWMS Medicine team has a broad range of expertise, areas of interest, and clinical experience. The Medicine team works in conjunction with other specialists, including our species-specific groups in the other departments of LUAWMS.

Our team has active involvement in clinical services including disease diagnosis, treatment and comprehensive consultation for clients and referring veterinarians on animal health questions, concerns, or issues. Our clinical laboratories allow us to offer many assisted advance clinical techniques including enzyme linked immunosorbant assay (ELISA), polymerase chain reaction (PCR), complete blood count (CBC) and emergency critical care of the patient. The Medicine team is extremely active in clinical training and teaching of veterinarians and veterinary students with the most applicable and updated information. Our involvement in reproductive applied research linked to producer concerns allows us to provide accurate and useful material through outreach, free veterinary mobile camps and extension programs.

MISSION AND AIMS

The department has set its research priorities in order that basic, applied and, more importantly, problem-oriented research.

  1. Collaborative Research, Teaching, and Extension services.
  2. Novelty in veterinary therapy
  3. Innovative Research and its Application to Clinical Problems
  4. Commitment in Educational Excellence

VISION

Our team has active involvement in clinical services including disease diagnosis, treatment and comprehensive consultation for clients and referring veterinarians on animal health questions, concerns, or issues. Our clinical laboratories allow us to offer many assisted advance clinical techniques including enzyme linked immunosorbant assay (ELISA), polymerase chain reaction (PCR), complete blood count (CBC) and emergency critical care of the patient. The Medicine team is extremely active in clinical training and teaching of veterinarians and veterinary students with the most applicable and updated information. Our involvement in reproductive applied research linked to producer concerns allows us to provide accurate and useful material through outreach, free veterinary mobile camps and extension programs.

FACULTY PROFILE

Dr. Ihsan Kakar

Mr. Ayaz

Mr. Sajjad Ahmad
Mr. Abdullah

OFFERED PROGRAMS

DOCTOR OF VETERINARY MEDICINE (DVM)

OBJECTIVES

The primary objective of the department is to impart teaching and training of undergraduate enrolled in DVM. In parallel, it provides clinical and extension services to the farmers, animal breeders and commercial dairy and poultry industry as well. Last, but not the least, the department has a rich potential of conducting trainings and workshops for veterinarians, para vets, farmers and different stakeholders of the industry

Last Update: July 16, 2021