The WCVM has a significant strength in pathobiology. Faculty have gained international and national recognition for their work in everything from the biology of circoviruses and herpesviruses to antimicrobial resistance, coronavirus infections, and zoonotic protozoal and parasitic diseases in livestock and wildlife. 

The new Level 3 International Vaccine Centre, which is part of the Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization on campus (VIDO-InterVac) has further strengthened programs. The Canadian Wildlife Health Cooperative (CWHC), a national partnership of Canadian veterinary colleges and the B.C. Animal Health Centre, has its headquarters at the WCVM and is actively involved in wildlife health surveillance research. 

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