What is a Biomedical Veterinarian?

A Veterinarian cares for the health of animals

Description

Veterinarians make from about $45,000 to $250,000 a year. Some of the benefits of being a biomedical veterinarian is being apart of a vibrant sector in the American society. There is also a higher level of experience and training allowing for increased salary and career options.
Veterinarians examine animals to determine what their health problems are. They treat, diagnose, and research medical conditions and diseases of pets. You could work with the American Veterinary Medical Association. Qualifications for becoming a biomedical veterinarian are 124 credits, a degree, and a few course requirements.

More Information

For more information about biomedical veterinarians you can contact the Department of Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences or the Animal Disease Research and Diagnostic Laboratory.