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The determination of Dr. Amado C. Campos, then President of the Central Luzon State University to have a unique veterinary curricular program commissioned Dr. Teodulo M. Topacio, Jr. to create such a program. Hence the first Ladderized Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Curricular Program was conceptualized and created. Thru this program CLSU’s DVM program has become a model and has been replicated in many Veterinary Colleges.

The College of Veterinary Science and Medicine of Central Luzon State University was established through the Republic Act no. 4067 enacted to law by Congress in 1964 and which was effected through a Board of Regents Resolution no. 17-78 s. 1978. As a guide in its quest for service and excellence, a vision and mission have been formulated. Its vision is to become a model veterinary institution in Asia dedicated to country-side development and its mission is to provide excellent veterinary education that will produce graduates equipped with technical, entrepreneurial, managerial and leadership skills necessary for optimum animal production in the countryside.

CVSMLogoBeing a top notched veterinary institution we have to strive more in putting into realization this quest we have to embrace the four-fold function as espouse by the University and where CVSM have made the following progress;

For instruction, CVSM put up various innovative teaching strategies. The college was the first in the entire University in putting up its electronic library and audio-visual section. We have also put up the first fully functional lecture rooms equipped with modern teaching facilities. We have put up two unique curricular programs not found in any other veterinary institution in the country and these are the Ladderized Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Curricular Program and the Master of Veterinary Studies.

For research, CVSM is a participant in the international sponsored research project on endoparasites control on small ruminants. The college is also at the forefront in ethno-veterinary research and epidemiological studies. Various collaborative researches has also been undertaken with the Philippine Carabao Center, Bureau of Animal Industry and Veterinary Companies.

For Extension, CVSM has adopted 4 barangays and provided them with livelihood projects thru its cattle dispersal project which is now on its 12th year. Vaccination campaign against rabies an FMD have undertaken in cooperation with various municipalities from within and outside Nueva Ecjia.

For production, CVSM believes in the development of the entrepreneurial talent of its students, hence various income generating projects has been put up which augments the funding source of the college.

The faculty members are highly qualified with majority having post-graduate degree in their field of specialization. There is a low faculty-student ratio and small classes providing a better interaction between students and faculty. The graduates of our program have become successful in various fields of veterinary medical specialties both here and abroad. Many have become Provincial and City Veterinarians as well as Veterinarian in various government agencies. It is also interesting to note that many companies prefer CLSU graduates over all other. This only shows the high quality education the College is providing. The result of the Government Veterinary Licensure Examination is another testimony of the excellence in its program.

It is also hope that as the years goes by the College will play a lead role in providing quality Veterinarians that will lead the country thru providing food security, safeguard of public health and economic development.

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Dr. Clarissa Yvonne Jueco-Domingo, faculty member at the CLSU CVSM was awarded a training grant on Technology Commercialization under the Leaders in Innovation Fellowship (LIF) sponsored by Newton-Agham Programme from March 5 to 18, 2017. She delivered her presentation on Andali LAMP Kit for PED at the LIF Programme, Royal Academy of Engineering, London, United Kingdom.---JPAbenoja and DFPCastro

Four CLSU CVSM faculty members presented their researches during the 84th Philippine Veterinary Medicine Association (PVMA) Convention and Scientific Conference last February 21-24, 2017 held at Baguio City Country Cub.
Dr. Virginia M. Venturina presented her research entitled "Prevalence of Parasites of Stray Cats (Felis catus) in Selected Wet Markets in Nueva Ecija";

Dr. Virginia Venturina, dean of the CLSU College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, was elected as President of Philippine Association of Veterinary Medicine Educators and Schools (PAVMES), Inc. during the 84th Philippine Veterinary Medicine Association (PVMA) Convention and Scientific Conference last February 21-24, 2017 held at Baguio City Country Club.---JPAbenoja and DFPCastro

CLSU CVSM students won the championship title during the 26th National Veterinary Quiz Contest (NVQC) and the 1st runner up award during the 22nd National Round Up.
Leynard Marvin Santos, Mhaica Agnes and Kiara Garcia are the members of the CLSU team who won the Championship title during the NVQC held at the University of the Philippines Los Baños (UPLB) last February 17, 2017. They received a trophy and P15, 000 cash prize.

Dr. Jaypee A. Abenoja from the Department of Pathobiology and Dr. Ronalie B. Rafael from the Department of Animal Management attended separate international seminars concerning agriculture held at Beijing, China last September and October, respectively.

CLSU-CVSM graduates once again dominated the top ten in Veterinarian Licensure Examination (VLE) with Dr. Princess Charmaine T. Herrera landing on No. 1 and five others grabbing 2nd, 3rd, 5th, 7th and 9th places.
These topnotchers are among the 48 CLSU examinees who passed the examination given by the Professional Regulation Commission last August 23-25.

Two faculty members of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, Dr. Darlene Fe P. Castro and Dr. Fredelon B. Sison presented researches in Vietnam and Germany, respectively last September 2016.
Dr. Darlene Fe P. Castro presented a PCARRD-funded research entitled "Antimicrobial Resistance Genes in Bacterial Pathogens from Swine and Poultry" during the Interuniversity Program - Molecular Biology (IPMB) Alumni Convention at Can Tho University, Can Tho City, Vietnam last September 18-21, 2016.

A total of 50 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and 53 Bachelor of Science in Animal Husbandry students of College of Veterinary Science and Medicine graduated last July 1 during the 64th Annual Commencement Exercise of Central Luzon State University.

Among the DVM graduates, Dr. Princess Charmaine Herrera graduated Magna cum laude with a GPA of 1.44. Meanwhile, for the BS AH graduates, Mr. Kiara Garcia and Mr. Mark Steven Castro graduated Cum laude with a GPA of 1.58 and 1.60, respectively.

Through the collaborative efforts of Pathology students, under the direct supervision of Dr. Marvin Bryan S. Salinas, the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine celebrated the 1st Pathology Week last April 25 – 29, 2016.
Series of student activities were prepared during the week. A parade was held as part of the opening program. Different contests like poster making, quiz bees and amazing race game and search for Mr and Ms. Pathology were participated in by the students.

A total of 209 registered reviewees were being catered by the Licensure Examination Assistance Program (LEAP) for the year 2016.
Eighteen (18) out of twenty (20) veterinary schools in the Philippines were represented in this year's batch with the following registered reviewees per school: Aklan State University (3), Benguet State University (13), Capiz State University (1), Cavite State University (1), Central Luzon State University (49), Central Mindanao State University (5), Cagayan State University (12), De La Salle Araneta University (58), Don Mariano Marcos Memorial State University (7), Isabela State University (6), Nueva Vizcaya State University (5), Pampanga State Agricultural University (5), South Western University (10), Tarclac College of Agriculture (7), University of Eastern Philippines (5), University of Southern Mindanao (4), Virgen Milagrosa Foundation University (12) and Visayas State University (3).

Central Luzon State University, through the initiative of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, signed a Memorandum of Agreement with the Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Animal Industry, DA-Regional Field Office III last April 19, 2016 to prevent and control Rabies in dogs and cats and Newcastle Disease in chicken in Nueva Ecija.

Students from the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine were again triumphant as they were declared champion in the 21st National Round-up Quiz Bee sponsored by the Rodeo Club Philippines-BSU chapter last February 26, 2016 at Benguet State University.

To strengthen the teaching force of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, four new faculty members were hired by the University.
Three of them are on plantilla positions and one on a part-time basis. Among with the plantilla items are Dr. Paul A. Cardenio who graduated last 2014 and landed 3rd Place in his Veterinary Licensure Exam (VLE), Dr. Marvin Bryan S. Salinas, graduated Magna cum Laude last 2015 and landed 4th Place in VLE and Dr. Renmar M. dela Cruz who graduated last 2013. Dr. Joey T. Tariga is hired as a part-time instructor and graduated his DVM degree in 1995.

Dr. Virginia M. Venturina, CVSM dean, was awarded as this year's Most Outstanding Veterinarian in Rural and Extension Services in the recently concluded 83rd Philippine Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) Scientific Conference and Annual Convention last February 17 to 19, 2016 at SMX Davao Convention Center, Davao City.

Through the initiatives of Dr. Victoria Viloria, chair of the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine make its way in adapting the use of non-animal teaching method.
Dr. Viloria, who is also teaching Principles of Surgery, encouraged her students to practice basic surgical techniques to customized dummy animals, like stuffed toys and other modified materials that mimic the anatomical parts of animals being studied.

Central Luzon State University (CLSU) graduates landed in five (5) out of the top ten (10) highest places, including the top spot, in the September 2015 Veterinarian Licensure Examination.
For the third consecutive year since 2013, a CLSU College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM) graduate topped the veterinary board exam given by the Board of Veterinary Medicine of the Professional Regulation Commission.
Alvin M. Oltiveros, who graduated cum laude on April 2015, garnered the highest rating with 87.66%.

Dr. Virginia M. Venturina, Professor and Chair of the Department of Pathobiology of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, attended a two-week training on diagnostic and management protocols on intramammary infections in goats held on August 2 to 15, 2015 at two universities in Oklahoma, USA.

The South Asia Field Epidemiology and Technology Network, Inc. (SAFETYNET), in cooperation with the Cambodian Ministry of Health and the Central Luzon State University - College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CLSU-CVSM), sponsored the 2015 International Training on "Bridging the Research to Policy Divide". Eighteen (18) participants (10 Cambodians, 4 Vietnamese, 4 Indonesians) composed of medical doctors, pharmacists, veterinarians and public health researchers attended the training program which was held in Siem Reap, Cambodia from August 3-7, 2015. Three faculty members from CLSU-CVSM, Dr. Romeo S. Gundran, Dr. Clarissa Yvonne J. Domingo and Dr. Fredelon B. Sison, served as lecturers/facilitators.

Three students of Central Luzon State University College of Veterinary Science and Medicine emerged as the champion in the 2015 Poultry Quiz Show held on August 16, 2015 at the SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia. They are Princess Charmaine Herrera, Cristo Rey Batoy, both 6th year veterinary students, and Leynard Marvin Santos, fifth year veterinary student.

The Venerable Knight Veterinarians and Venerable Lady Veterinarians (VKV-VLV) Foundation based in California, USA , through the initiative of Dr. Cirilo Reyes, Jr., donated 79 titles of veterinary books and 13 educational CDs to the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine. The said educational materials were formally received by Dr. Romeo S. Gundran, CVSM dean, on January 27, 2015.

We are the champions, not just once but thrice.

Central Luzon State University College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CLSU-CVSM) students reaped awards, including all championship trophies, in three different national veterinary quiz contests held this February 2015.

The CLSU Bulls Rodeo Team reigned supreme in the 2nd Invitational School-based Rodeo Competition held at Vigan, Ilocos Sur on Feburary 6-7, 2015.

The CLSU Rodeo team accumulated a total of 48 points to emerge overall champion.

The team, composed of students from the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine and the College of Agriculture, is headed by Jerico Riel Binayug, a 6th year DVM student, as the team captain.

Dr. Errol Jay Y. Balagan, a faculty member of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, attended the International Training Program on Dairy Nutrition on October 3 – December 12, 2014 in Ghent University, Belgium.

Dr. Balagan is one of the 13 participants who came from the academe and various research institutions in different countries. Countries who participated include Colombia, Cuba, Ethiopia, Gambia, India, Indonesia, Sri Lanka, Zimbabwe, and the Philippines.

Dr. Noraine Medina, a faculty member of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine of CLSU, was the recipient of the very first Asia Animal Welfare Award 2014 given by the Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations (FAVA) and the World Animal Protection (formerly known as the World Society for the Protection of Animals) during the 18th Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations Congress, held at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore, on Nov 28-30, 2014.

Dr. Clarissa Yvonne J. Domingo, Associate Professor and chair of the Department of Veterinary Studies of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, won the Best Paper Award at the 51st Philippine Society of Animal Science (PSAS) Annual Seminar and Scientific Convention and 2nd Philippine Native animal Development Summit held on October 21-25, 2014 in Cagayan de Oro City, Philippines.

Thirty nine veterinarians from Central Luzon State University took their oath during the 2014 Oath Taking Ceremonies of New Licensed Veterinarians held on October 4, 2014 at Sofitel Philippine Plaza Manila, CCP Complex, Roxas Blvd., Pasay City. Among them were the six CLSU graduates who landed in the top ten highest spots, including this year’s topnotcher.

Dr. Romeo S. Gundran, dean of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, served as Inspirational Speaker during the event.

Central Luzon State University (CLSU) students dominated the top ten spots of successful examinees in the 2014 Veterinarian Licensure Examination given by the Board of Veterinary Medicine of the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) in Manila and Cagayan De Oro on September 2-4, 2014. Of the 10 examinees who garnered the top ten highest ratings, six came from CLSU, including this year's topnotcher, the top 2 and top 3 placers.

Faculty members of the CLSU College of Veterinary Science and Medicine served as facilitators in an international training program entitled “Bridging the Research-Policy Divide” organized by the South Asia Field Epidemiology and Technology Network, Inc. (SAFETYNET) and held on June 2-6, 2014 at University of Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia. They were Dr. Romeo S. Gundran, CVSM dean and Professor; Dr. Clarissa Yvonne J. Domingo, Associate Professor; and Dr. Fredelon B. Sison, Instructor. 

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Students of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine brought laurels to the university again by winning two national quiz contests and taking three first runner-up awards in three other contests held during the 10th National Congress of Veterinary Medicine Student (NCVMS) on February 11 – 15, 2014 at the College of Veterinary Medicine - University of the Philippines (CVM- UPLB).

The College of Veterinary Science and Medicine proves its excellence again. In the recently concluded 81st Philippine Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) Scientific Conference and Annual Convention held at The Legend Hotel, Puerto Princesa City, Palawan, CVSM faculty member and Associate Professor, Dr. Noraine P. Medina, was awarded the Outstanding Veterinarian in Education.

Dr. Gundran, dean of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine served as guest speaker and delivered an inspirational message during the PRC oath-taking ceremony of new successful veterinarians held at the Manila Hotel on November 3, 2013. Dr. Gundran was invited to give an inspirational talk and share words of wisdom to the new registered and licensed veterinarians on his capacity as 2013 PRC Outstanding Veterinarian of the Year. - FBSison

Dr. Fredelon B. Sison has reported back to CVSM after his 2-year study leave to pursue Master of Veterinary Public Health (MVPH). His MVPH program started on October 1, 2011 and ended in September 26, 2013. He obtained his degree from both the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine in Freie Universitaet Berlin (FVM-FUB), Germany and Veterinary Public Health Centre for Asia Pacific (VPHCAP), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Chiang Mai University (FVM-CMU), Thailand.

CVSM-CLSU graduate made it to the top once again in the Veterinary Licensure Exam (VLE) after 11 years. Felkins Miguel Macabitas topped the list of passers with 88.20 percentage score, followed by Gian Ato Dizon Canlas, with 85.86. Macabitas was the fourth CVSM-CLSU graduate that made it to the top after Dr. Jim G.Francisco topped the VLE in 1998, Dr. Ritchie D. Candelaria in 2000 and Dr. Darwin G. Ramos in 2001.

In realization of the strategic plan of the university for internationalization, the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM), joined recently three well known international veterinary school organizations. It was formally accepted as affiliate member of the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges (AAVMC) last October 1.

Dr. Clarissa Domingo, associate professor at the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine in CLSU, recently received two distinguished awards for her exemplary achievements in the field of veterinary science.

The CLSU College of Veterinary Science and Medicine emerged 2nd place in the Poultry Quiz Contest held at SMX Convention Center, Mall of Asia on August 31, 2013.
The CLSU team was composed of Jaypee Abenoja, Marvin Salinas, and Mann Cyron Sarmiento. They received cash prize and a plaque.

Some 130 people joined the Fun Run held at the Central Luzon State University on August 9, 2013. The fun run started at the CLSU main gate and finished at the University Grandstand. The event was organized by the Rodeo Club Philippines with the aim of promoting active lifestyle and a healthy CLSU community.

The College of Veterinary Science and Medicine holds its 2nd Faculty Echo Seminar on August 28, 2013 at the Veterinary Education Information Network, CVSM. 
Dr. Noraine P. Medina, Associate Professor of the Department of Morphophysiology, discussed about Animal Welfare in the Veterinary Curriculum.

The CLSU College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CLSU-CVSM) participated in the training-workshop of a group of trainers and auditors of the Good Animal Husbandry Practices held on July 16-19 and July 22-26, 2013 at Lipa City, Batangas and Silay City, Negros Occidental, respectively.

The College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM) conducted a training-workshop on “Surveillance, Advanced Diagnostic Techniques and Bridging Research-Policy Divide” on June 27-28, 2013 at CVSM, Central Luzon State University, Science City of Munoz, Nueva Ecija.

Dr. Romeo S. Gundran, the dean of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine was chosen by the Professional Regulation Commission as the recipient of the 2013 Outstanding Professional of the Year Award in the field of Veterinary Medicine.

The College of Veterinary Science and Medicine conducted its 1st Faculty Echo Seminar 2013 last January 3 at the Oscar D. Quines Hall, CVSM, CLSU, Science City of Muñoz, Nueva Ecija.
Dr. Romeo S. Gundran, CVSM dean, led the faculty presenters during the seminar. He discussed about the University-Government Partnership to Strengthen Veterinary Services in the

CLSU College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CLSU-CVSM) bagged four championship crowns out of seven national veterinary quiz contests held from February 12 to February 19, 2013.

The College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM) took another leap towards excellence as it hosted the 9th National Congress of Veterinary Medicine Students (NCVMS)

The CLSU College of Veterinary Science and Medicine placed second among the 20 veterinary schools in the country in the 2013 National Veterinary Admission Test (NVAT).

Dr. Virgilio D. Viernes, Jr. of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine won the Best Paper Award for Thesis/Dissertation during the 24th CLSU In-house Review of

The Philippine Veterinary Medical Association awarded Dr. Clarissa Yvonne J. Domingo, an Associate Professor of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine of CLSU, the 2012

The Central Luzon State University now has a new face. A refurbished main gate façade. On June 14, 2012, CLSU officials, alumni and students celebrated the dedication and unveiling of the new CLSU Signage and improvement of the CLSU main gate.

Center of Excellence indeed. The College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM) has obtained the highest rating for the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine program of the 17 veterinary schools evaluated so far by the Commission on Higher Education (CHED) and the Professional Regulation Commission (PRC) for their compliance to the policies and standards set by CHED Memorandum Order (CMO) No. 15 Series of 2007.

Dr. Noraine P. Medina, a faculty of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, attended the 3rd World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) Key Driver workshop on April 25-26, 2011 at the WSPA Asia, Bangkok, Thailand. The seminar was a follow up from the 2010 workshop on the advance concept in animal welfare (CAW) programme.

Dr. Clarissa Yvonne J. Domingo, a faculty of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, was awarded the Best Paper Award during the Philippine Society of Animal Science’s 48th National Scientific Seminar and Annual Convention held on October 26 to 28, 2011 at the L’Fisher Hotel, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental.

Dr. Romeo S. Gundran, dean of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM), attended the First International Consultation Workshop to Develop a Strategic Framework and Plan for Veterinary Epidemiology Capacity in Southeast Asia held at Plaza Athenee Bangkok, Bangkok, Thailand on August 18-19, 2011.

 



 

 

A Doctor of Veterinary Medicine student Errol Jay Balagan will graduate magna cum laude on April 15, 2011 topping this year’s graduates of Central Luzon State University totalling to 719. He is the third magna cum laude graduate produced by the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine. The first is Alona Torres-Badua in 1993 and the second is Michael Hernandez in 1996. Balagan, who graduated cum laude in 2009 with the degree Bachelor of Science in Animal Husbandry, earned a grade point average (GPA) of 1.45.

TWO VETERINARY medicine graduates of the Central Luzon State University landed in the top 10 of the Aug. 26-28 Veterinary licensure examination. Landing second place was Dr. Justine Christian Gonzales, while Dr. Edith Cruz grabbed the 10th place. In the Agriculturists licensure exams held last July 29-31, CLSU alumnus Carlos Paul C. Pedracio (Batch 2008)

Yasser C. Cabansag, a graduate of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM) last April 2011, and the 7th placer in this year’s Veterinary Licensure Examination emerged 2nd place in the Young Scientist Forum during the 38th Annual Convention of Philippine Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (PSBMB) held at the University of Santo Tomas, Manila last December 9.

The Central Luzon State University College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM) was tapped by the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) as the sole veterinary institution to deliver the Applied Veterinary Epidemiology Training (AVET) Program.

With this responsibility entrusted to CLSU, Dr. Romeo C. Gundran, CVSM dean,

Dr. Romeo S. Gundran, dean of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM), was hailed as 2011 Outstanding Veterinarian in Education by the Philippine Veteirnary Medical Association (PVMA). 

Dr. Gundran received the award during the Fellowship Dinner of the Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations (FAVA)

Three faculty members of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM) presented papers in the 16th Federation of Asian Veterinary Associations (FAVA) Congress 2011 and the 78th Philippine Veterinary Medical Association (PVMA) Annual Convention and Scientific Conference held at Cebu Waterfront Hotel and Casino, Lahug, Cebu City last February 16-18.

The theme of the joint convention was “Convergence and Cooperation in Addressing Global Animal Health, Free Trade and Environmental Issues”. Dr. Romeo S. Gundran, dean of CVSM, presented a paper entitled “Strengthening

Dr. Noraine P. Medina, a faculty of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, attended the 2nd Advanced Concepts on Animal Welfare (ACAW) Key Driver Workshop in Bangkok. Thailand last June 21-22.

Sponsored by the World Society for the Protection of Animals (WSPA) Asia, the workshop discussed the project cycle management which aims to educate the key drivers on identifying problems, converting them into objectives then planning possible activities that can solve problems

Dr. Clarissa Yvonne J. Domingo, a faculty of the College of Veterinary Science and Medicine, has received several awards from professional bodies and institutions after she finished her doctoral degree from the University of the Philippines at Manila last April 22, 2010. During the recognition ceremonies, Dr. Domingo received a plaque of recognition from the UP College of Public Health, SEAMEO-Trop Med Regional Center for Public Health, Hospital Administration and Environmental & Occupational Health for the highest academic performance in the Doctor of Public Health program, Class 2009-2010. The next series of awards followed thereafter.

The CLSU-College of Veterinary Science and Medicine and the Hokkaido University Research Center for Zoonosis (RCZC) Control entered into a memorandum of understanding last December 9. The signing ceremony was held at the Philippine Carabao Center main office on the CLSU campus. President Ruben C. Sevilleja and Dean Romeo S. Gundran headed the party composed of CVSM faculty members. Likewise, an MOU between PCC and Hokkaido University was signed during the occasion.

The College of Veterinary Science and Medicine (CVSM) will sign separate Memoranda of Understanding (MOU) with two foreign institutions to establish academic cooperation among them. Signatories will be Dr. Ruben C. Sevilleja, CLSU president; Dr. Romeo S. Gundran, CVSM dean; and Dr. Hiroshi Kida, director of Hokkaido University Research Center for Zoonosis Control. Signing an MOU will be done on December 5, 2009 at CLSU. The purpose of the MOU is to allow the parties to jointly develop academic, educational, and research cooperation, associated with and limited to the field of public health microbiology, emerging and reemerging diseases, zoonoses and other related areas in health sciences.

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