The College of Veterinary Medicine maintains strong partnerships with prominent hospitals in the Greater New York area and across the country, creating extensive experiential learning and networking opportunities for students. These affiliations allow for collaborative efforts in both research and medical practice.
Pairing LIU’s unique resources and facilities with state-of-the-art technology, students actively participate in dozens of research initiatives ranging from cell engineering and neuroscience to stem cell use in regenerative medicine and gene therapy.
Leveraging existing expertise in educational research in teaching & learning, College of Veterinary faculty will be encouraged to pursue research that evaluates teaching technology effectiveness and supports the development of professional competencies.
With a number of research institutes, centers and programs established across the university, LIU Pharmacy's Natoli Institute bridges together faculty and students towards becoming leaders in biomedical and pharmaceutical research.
Faculty Research Programs
Long Island University College of Veterinary Medicine will be highly focused on engaging students in academic research. Faculty have active research programs highly suited for student involvement, much of which is integrated with existing programs at LIU Pharmacy.
Providing opportunities for entrepreneurs, government and industry researchers, clinical trial companies, as well as collaborations with other universities to work side by side with students at the College of Veterinary Medicine.
The mission of the College of Veterinary Medicine is to awaken, enlighten and expand the horizons of its students through a commitment to innovation in teaching, research and service to society.