Animal, Veterinary, and Biomedical Sciences Building Project

The new Animal, Veterinary, and Biomedical Sciences Building will replace the 52-year-old Henning Building and co-locate the departments of Animal Science and Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences. The 105,000 square foot new construction will feature an array of unique spaces and facilities for students, faculty, and staff.

Dr. Troy Sutton Studies Coronavirus In a Highly Secured Biosafety Lab

Dr. Troy Sutton discusses in a new article what it is like to handle the SARS-CoV-2 virus, suiting up, feeling safer in the lab, and how his lab was built for this type of work!

New course- VBSC 497 Principles of Metabolomics (3 credits) for Sp. 2021 semester

Dr. Josh Kellogg is offering a new course- VBSC 497 Principles of Metabolomics (3 credits) for Sp. 2021 semester. Undergrads and Graduate students will be introduced to the world of metabolomics. The course will cover metabolomics experiments, from sample prep, analytical chemistry, data acquisition and analysis, to statistical treatment of datasets. This will be somewhat hands-on, so students will get experience manipulating data and getting a ‘feel’ for what an experiment is like. Contact the Dept for more details!

Our Department is now on Twitter!

Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences is on Twitter! Handle: VBSatPennState

Pathobiology Graduate Program

An interdisciplinary Ph.D. program that focuses on understanding the molecular mechanisms of disease for students with an interest in cancer biology, immunology, and infectious disease.