From ICTA student to Permanent Fixture
The School of Veterinary Medicine (SVM) recently highlighted the contribution of one of its earliest visionaries. In February, the school opened its new building named after Professor Holman Williams. Professor Williams was instrumental in establishing the SVM and for over sixty years, he demonstrated his commitment to the development of the veterinary profession.
Professor Williams commenced his tertiary education at the Imperial College of Tropical Agriculture (now the St. Augustine Campus of The UWI) in 1944. He has contributed enormously to national development and travelled extensively sharing and gaining knowledge and experience of livestock farming and veterinary medicine in other tropical and subtropical regions.
The Opening Ceremony for the Holman Williams Building took place at its location at the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex, Mt. Hope.
WELCOME TO THE SCHOOL OF VETERINARY MEDICINE
To produce well-trained, competent and versatile professionals who can practice all aspects of veterinary medicine in the Caribbean and in the wider world; and to develop a regional centre for diagnosis and research in animal (and human) health and disease control.
The School of Veterinary Medicine is the only one in the English-speaking Caribbean offering a complete DVM programme at a single site. The School is equipped with modern teaching and research laboratories, which facilitate practical training, and research projects. Our Veterinary Hospital consists of small animal, farm animal and equine clinics as well as a number of diagnostic laboratories. Click here to see video
VETERINARY STUDENTS ASSOCIATION OF TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO (VSATT)
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