The American Board of Veterinary Toxicology is a group of specially trained veterinarians that strive to inform and educate the public, private practice veterinarians and veterinary medical students about toxicologic hazards to pets, livestock and wildlife.
American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine
Dr. Melvin W. Balk, Executive Director 96 Chester Street Chester, NH 03036
The American College of Veterinary Clinical Pharmacology is a specialty board recognized by the American Veterinary Medical Association. The primary objectives of the College are to advance the discipline of veterinary clinical pharmacology as a clinical specialty and assure the competence of those who practice in this field.
American College of Theriogenologists
Dr. Charles Franz, Executive Director P.O. Box 3065 Montgomery, AL 36109
The American College of Veterinary Anesthesia and Analgesia was founded in 1975 to promote the advancement of veterinary anesthesiology and to assist the veterinary profession in providing exceptional service to all animals.
American College of Veterinary Behaviorists
Dr. Bonnie V. Beaver Texas A &M University 4474 TAMU College Station, TX 77843-4474
The ACVD is the official specialty organization accredited by the American Veterinary Medical Association in 1982 and charged with maintenance of high standards of postgraduate training in veterinary dermatology. The purpose of the ACVD is to advance and promote excellence in veterinary dermatology, oversee postgraduate training in veterinary dermatology, sponsor research, and organize scientific and educational programs for both veterinary dermatologists and general practitioners.
American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
Dr. Armelle de Laforcade, Tufts Cummings School 200 Westboro Road North Grafton, MA 01536
The objectives of the ACVECC are: To promote advancement and high standards of practice for those individuals involved in veterinary emergency and critical care medicine and to establish requirements and foster development of residency and alternative training programs for post-doctoral education and experience prerequisite to certification in the specialty of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Medicine.
American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine - ACVIM
The American College of Veterinary Microbiologists is the specialty organization recognized by the American Veterinary Medical Association for Certification of veterinarians with special expertise in microbiology.
The primary objective of the ACVN is to advance the specialty area of veterinary nutrition, and to increase the competence of those who practice in this field by establishing requirements for certification in veterinary nutrition, encouraging continuing professional education, promoting research, and enhancing the dissemination of new knowledge of veterinary nutrition through didactic teaching and postgraduate programs.
American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists ACVO
The ACVPM challenges fellow veterinarians engaged in public practice to improve the strength and breadth of their knowledge in veterinary preventive medicine by pursuing board certification. This experience will enhance personal skills, expand professional expertise, strengthen the specialty of Veterinary Preventive Medicine and ultimately favorably affect the health of mankind and the animal kingdom.
The American College of Veterinary Radiology was founded in 1961 to determine competence of voluntary candidates in veterinary radiology and to encourage the development of teaching personnel and training facilities in veterinary radiology.
The goal of the ACVS Foundation is to inspire and support scientific and educational achievements that will improve surgical healthcare of animals. The Foundation supports innovative proposals from veterinary students, surgical residents and ACVS Diplomates (young investigators, university faculty members and specialists-in-practice).
ACZM is an international specialty organization recognized by the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) for certification of veterinarians with special expertise in zoological medicine. ACZM is responsible for establishing training requirements, evaluating and accrediting training programs, and examining and certifying veterinarians in the veterinary specialty of zoological medicine.