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Name: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.  Department of Veterinary Biological Structure


Historical Note:

<p class='main'>When the College of Veterinary Medicine was established, it was proposed that subject fields form the basis for the establishment of departments. Following a 1945 curriculum study the Department of Veterinary Anatomy and Histology was formed.<a href='#ftn1'><sup>1</sup></a> The Department contributes to the prevention and control of disease of all species of animal by providing instruction in anatomy and histology and laying the foundation for clinical applications of biological knowledge in the other departments.<a href='#ftn2'><sup>2</sup></a> In 1967, the name of the Department was changed to Veterinary Biological Structure to identify this function of instruction in biological science.<a href='#ftn3'><sup>3</sup></a></p>

<p class='note'><a name='ftn1'>1.�  Report of Committee on College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Illinois, Urbana, April 1945, pp. 23-24. RS 5/1/1, Box 10; Board of Trustees Transactions, 43rd Report, August 29, 1945, p. 762.</a></p>

<p class='note'><a name='ftn2'>2.�  Undergraduate Study Catalog, 1949-50, p. 370-71.</a></p>

<p class='note'><a name='ftn3'>3.�  Board of Trustees Transactions, 53rd Report, March 16, 1966, p. 1088.</a></p>




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