Click on the letters below to search veterinary associations and organizations
Society- The Teratology Society
was founded by Drs. F. Clarke Fraser, Josef Warkany and
James G. Wilson in 1960 with the first annual meeting
in 1961. The purpose of the society was to foster exchange
of information relating to congenital (birth) defects
including their nature, cause, mechanism and prevention.
A&M University Pre-Vet Society- We
are dedicated to helping those interested in pursuing
a career in the veterinary medicine. The Society gives
Aggies the opportunity to explore different aspects of
veterinary medicine. Pre-Vet Society members take
part in social activities, field trips, fundraising, intramurals,
and guest lectures which enables students to meet others
with similar interests.
- Tennessee Equine Veterinary Research Organization-
is an integral part of the UT College
of Veterinary Medicine's Department of Large Animal Clinical
Sciences. It is an organization involved in developing
new methods for optimal care of the horse. TEVRO is a
nonprofit fund established to finance equine research
at the UT College of Veterinary Medicine. Because funds
for equine research are often not available through government
or institutional agencies, equine research must primarily
be supported by the horse industry itself. Projects funded
by TEVRO are made possible by private donations.
- The Piedra Foundation- The Foundation
is guided by an all volunteer force of dedicated horse
people committed to TPF's mission of improving equine
health through education, research and economic assistance
funding critically needed treatment. Each of the board
members steering The Foundation has a strong background
with equine health care and management.
- Texas Veterinary Medical Association- was
organized in 1903 and continues to operate as a nonprofit
organization under the laws of the state of Texas. The
purpose of TVMA is to support veterinarians as they practice
the art and science of veterinary medicine in Texas.