Six students received Certificate in Veterinary Medical and Biomedical Sciences

For Immediate Release: June 7, 2021

BATON ROUGE―In May 2021, six students received the Certificate in Veterinary Medical and Biomedical Sciences from the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine.

The Certificate in Veterinary Medical & Biomedical Sciences program in the LSU SVM Department of Comparative Biomedical Sciences is designed to further develop the scientific knowledge and problem-solving abilities of the student. In this non-research certificate program, students expand their knowledge of the physiological sciences that comprise the core curriculum. Related sciences through advanced elective courses complete the program.

Sarah Becnel from Dallas, Texas, has been accepted into the LSU SVM Class of 2025 and begins her first year of veterinary school in August 2021.

Katherine Dodick has been accepted into the LSU SVM Class of 2025 and begins her first year of veterinary school in August 2021.

Haley Honoré from Baton Rouge, La., has been accepted in to the LSU SVM Class of 2025 and begins her first year of veterinary school in August 2021.

Ashton Landry from Franklin, La., has been accepted in to the LSU SVM Class of 2025 and begins her first year of veterinary school in August 2021.

Chesnie Scull from Alexandria, La., is working towards a Master’s degree and plans to apply to veterinary school.

Sarah Swiger has been accepted into the LSU SVM Class of 2025 and begins her first year of veterinary school in August 2021.

About the LSU SVM

The LSU School of Veterinary Medicine is one of only 32 veterinary schools in the U.S. and the only one in Louisiana. The LSU SVM is dedicated to improving the lives of people and animals through education, research, and service. We teach. We heal. We discover. We protect.

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Ginger Guttner, APR 

Communications Manager 

LSU School of Veterinary Medicine

225-578-9922

ginger@lsu.edu