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    Emerging Infectious Diseases and Pandemics

    Our research is on the frontlines of controlling and eradicating emerging infectious diseases.

Future Undergraduates

Why Pathobiology?

Pathobiology and Veterinary Science majors acquire strong training in biomedical sciences and have many career options. Many PVS students are pre-veterinary (Pre-vet), pre-dental or pre-medical (Pre-med) students. Others pursue graduate work in the biomedical sciences. Others become technicians in research or commercial laboratories after graduation. Coursework options can be tailored to better prepare you for your career goals; discuss this with your academic advisor.

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Undergraduate Admissions

Admissions into Pathobiology are through UConn Admissions. Students with specific questions can also contact our department.

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Concentrations

Undergraduate students in Pathobiology can concentrate in several areas including global health, pre-med, pre-vet, and biotechnology.

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Department Programs

We are the center for infectious disease research on the Storrs Campus.
 
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7:1

Student-faculty ratio for 2020-21 academic year

$2,700,000

In grant funding/year in the last 4 years

Three

Areas of Concentration