- Nationally renowned veterinary educators with a commitment to teaching and lifelong learning.
- “Hands on” based veterinary education that begins your first semester.
- Clinical experience with a varied and busy caseload that emphasizes a team approach.
- World class DeBusk Veterinary Teaching Center (DVTC) that students utilize from the first semester and onwards.
- Education that includes leadership skills,communications and community service.
LMU-CVM Program Highlights
Based on rapidly decreasing COVID-19 case counts in the Lincoln Memorial University service areas, President Clayton Hess has announced that LMU will begin a phased approach to expanding access to campus facilities beginning on Monday, March 1, 2021.
In summer 2020, collaborative research by Dr. Vina Faulkner, associate professor of veterinary sciences at Lincoln Memorial University-College of Veterinary Medicine (LMU-CVM), and Dr. Barbara Shock, assistant professor of biology and conservation biology at LMU’s School of Mathematics and Sciences, yielded the discovery of 10 Asian longhorned ticks (Haemaphysalis longicornis) in Harrogate and Speedwell, Tennessee.
Lincoln Memorial University-College of Veterinary Medicine (LMU-CVM) welcomes Lucinda Jo Dixon, DVM, as assistant professor of anatomy. Dixon will be the course coordinator for a new second-year veterinary anatomy courses and the course director for the first-semester Applied Veterinary Anatomy and Physiology course.