Prof. V O Ojibola - Current HOD

Dr. Samuel Tanko FADASON

Welcome Message From The Head

The Department of Veterinary Surgery and Radiology is one of the academic Departments created in 2012 from the former Department of Veterinary Surgery and Medicine bringing to ten the number of Departments in the Faculty. It was carved out of the Veterinary Surgery and Medicine Department which was established at the inception of the faculty in 1964. The Department offers courses to Veterinary students at various levels of their undergraduate and postgraduate training. The department also coordinates the teaching of clinical students in the various Clinics/ Practice. A Head of Department, who is currently Dr. Samuel TankoFadason. He oversees both the academic and administrative structure of the department. The administrative Units are the Secretariat and stores/accounts, while the academic Sections are the Small Animal Surgery, Food Animal Surgery, Anaesthesiology, Diagnostic Imaging and the Equine and Wildlife Surgery Sections.

Latest News & Events

  • PUTME 2015/2016

    Please ignore any call for Post UTME Screening registration by anybody. Any correspondence will be via this Website. you will be informed in due course
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  • Mission Statement

    The mission of the Department is to train and produce specialized and efficient manpower to provide high quality clinical services and research opportunities in the field of Veterinary Surgery, Anesthesiology, Pain Management and Diagnostic Imaging. In view of this, the Department offers opportunities for both full/part time studies for higher degrees of MSc. and Ph.D. subject to the University School of Postgraduate Studies regulations.

    Vision Statement

    The vision of the Department is to train and produce specialized and efficient manpower to provide high quality clinical services and research opportunities in the field of Veterinary Surgery, Anesthesiology, Pain Management and Diagnostic Imaging. In view of this, the Department offers opportunities for both full/part time studies for higher degrees of MSc. and Ph.D. subject to the University School of Postgraduate Studies regulations. .

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