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Veterinary Medicine

Since 1988, the College of Veterinary Medicine has been reputed to deliver excellent veterinarians and scientists, and our professional curriculum and state-of-the-art laboratories prepare veterinary students for a wide variety of careers. The college values its leadership position in academic veterinary medicine and research, through the open collaboration across disciplines. The college’s faculties are nationally and internationally recognized for teaching and research excellence. Professional areas of educational program and research strength include anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, pharmacology, toxicology, histology, infectious disease, preventive medicine, pathology, public health, epidemiology and dairy, swine, and avian medicine. In addition, the college’s graduate programs prepare students for careers in biomedical sciences and higher education, including bio-organ transfer, development of new drugs from plants, embryonic transfer, restoration and conservation of wildlife animals, genetic screening of inherited diseases in animals, management of food safety, epidemiological study for outbreaks, risk assessment for animal and animal products, diagnostic medicine, and biomedical researches. Throughout the four-year program, students learn the skills and knowledge required to become successful veterinarians. The first two years of the curriculum provides students with a broad basic science background. In the third and fourth years, students begin to put the clinical and professional skills they have learned into practice, both in the classroom and in the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, one of the largest and well-equipped Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital in the country. In addition, the college runs government-funded Wildlife Animal Rescue Center, providing in-depth medical services for patients referred from the nationwide. The college strives to advance animal health through educational, research, service, and outreach programs. The college will continue to excel in providing education and advanced training for veterinarians to serve academic society in critical roles in clinical and preventive medicine.

  • Department of Veterinary Medicine
    • Department of Veterinary Medicine
      Name Subject, Email
      Kwon, Myung-Sang, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Konkuk University
      Hanover Veterinary School, Germany)
      Immunopharmacology
      sangkwon@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim. Cheon-Ho, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Konkuk University Kyoto University, Japan)
      Veterinary Physiology
      kichho@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Doo, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University
      Seoul National University, Korea)
      Veterinary Internal Medicine
      kimdoo@kangwon.ac.kr
      Han, Jeong-Hee, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University
      Seoul National University, Korea)
      Veterinary Pathology
      hanjh@kangwon.ac.kr
      Hong, Chong-Hae, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University
      Seoul National University, Korea)
      Veterinary Public Health
      hongch@kangwon.ac.kr
      Cheong, Hee-Tae, Professor, Ph.D.
      (Kangwon National University
      Hokkaido University, Japan),
      Veterinary Embryology
      htcheong@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kwon, Hyuk-Moo, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University
      University of Georgia, U.S.A)
      Veterinary Microbiology
      kwonhm@kangwon.ac.kr
      Wie, Myung-Bok, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Kyungbuk National University
      Kyungbuk National University, Korea)
      Veterinary Toxicology
      mbwie@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Eun-Song, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University Obihiro University of Agricultural and Veterinary Medicine, Japan)
      Theriogenology
      eslee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Lee, Min-Jae, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Konkuk University University of Tokyo, Japan)
      Laboratory Animal Science
      mjlee@kangwon.ac.kr
      Hahn, Tae-Wook, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University
      University of Georgia, U.S.A.)
      Veterinary Infectious Diseases
      twhahn@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Jong-Taek, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Chonnam National University
      Chonnam National University, Korea)
      Veterinary Clinic Diagnosis and Wildlife Medicine
      kimjt@kangwon.ac.kr
      Pak, Son-Il, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      ( Seoul National University
      Seoul National University, Korea)
      Veterinary Clinical Pathology & Epidemiology
      paksi@kangwon.ac.kr
      Jung, Bae-Dong, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Kangwon National University
      University of Hokkaido, Japan)
      Veterinary Biochemistry
      bdjung@kangwon.ac.kr
      Kim, Hyeon-Cheol, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Chonbuk National University
      Chonbuk National University, Korea)
      Veterinary Parasitology
      advs@kangwon.ac.kr
      Park, In-Chul, Associate Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Chonnam National University
      Chonnam National University,Korea)
      Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging
      icpark@kangwon.ac.kr
      Woo, Heung-Myong, Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University
      Seoul National University , Korea)
      Veterinary Surgery
      woohm@kangwon.ac.kr
      Yoon, Byung-Il, Associate Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University
      Seoul National University , Korea)
      Veterinary histopathology
      byoon@kangwon.ac.kr
      Sung, Haan-Woo, Associate Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University
      Seoul National University , Korea)
      Avian Diseases
      sunghw@kangwon.ac.kr
      Hyun, Changbaig, Associate Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Chonnam National University University of Queensland, Australia)
      Small Animal Internal Medicine & Genetics
      hyun5188@kangwon.ac.kr
      Choi, Jung Hoon, Associate Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Seoul National University Seoul National Uneversitiy, Korea)
      Veterinary Anatomy
      jhchoi@kangwon.ac.kr
      Geun-Shik Lee, Associate Professor, DVM, Ph.D.
      (Chungbuk National University, Chungbuk, Korea)
      Veterinary Physiology
      leegeun@kangwon.ac.kr