The Department of Veterinary Microbiology is responsible for teaching and conduct of research and clinics in bacteriology, virology, mycology and immunology.

Theriogenology is that part of the veterinary professional specialty involved with the improvement of reproduction, diagnostic, therapeutic and management techniques in fertility and infertility of animals. It also includes invasive and non-invasive techniques required to diagnose physiological and pathological states necessary to achieve sound reproductive health. It is key to economically viable livestock production.