Veterinary Research


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Personnel

Deborah A. (Debbie) Hampstead
Director
OSP Director

Debra Lee Miller
Professor
Veterinary pathology

Marcy Jan Souza
Assistant Professor
Veterinary Public Health

Lindsay Taylor Phillips
Major Gifts Officer

Katie Tolbert
Assistant Professor
Small animal gastroenterology

Rebecca Tiffany (Becky) Trout Fryxell
Assistant Professor
Medical and Veterinary Entomology

Brian Whitlock
Assistant Professor
Field Services, Theriogenology

Jacqueline C. (Jacqui) Whittemore
Associate Professor
Internal Medicine

Groups and Facilities


(5 mentions)

Ag & Food Security 
Training industry and government to prevent terrorist acts targeting the ag and food sector.


 

News

Promoting the Responsible Conduct of Research at the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture, 11/1/2017

Dr. Bree Dell to Speak on Bushmeat in Uganda, 9/19/2017

UTIA Priorities Poise Institute for Future Success, 2/5/2017

New UTIA AgResearch Associate Deans Announced, 9/20/2016

New Head for Department of Entomology & Plant Pathology, 9/15/2016

Five Things You Didnít Know about the AgResearch & Education Center at Ames Plantation, 10/6/2015

Corn Irrigation in West Tennessee, 9/28/2015

Researcher's Novel Supplement Could Increase Yields, 4/13/2015

Video


(5 mentions)

Vet Equine Center 
Tennessee has more than 40,000 horse farms. Keeping these beautiful animals healthy is a goal for veterinarians and horse owners. UTís college of Veterinary Medicine has a new facility to help.



(1 mention)

Parasites 
Itís a common site on Tennessee farmland Ė a grazing herd of goats or sheep. But for small animal farmers, their herds can sometimes face health risks.


 

Recent Publications

Molecular Tools Used in Medical and Veterinary Entomology.  D. Nayduch, P. Olafson, and R. T. Trout Fryxell.  2017.  Medical and Veterinary Entomology 3rd Edition., Durden LA and Mullen GB, editors. Academic Press.

Equine Lacerations.  McCracken, M. J.  2017.  Tennessee Horseman's Newsletter, Fall 2017. [Abstract]

Hospitalization - What to Expect.  McCracken, M. J.  2017.  UTCVM Equine Hospital Handout. [Abstract]

Past, present, and future contributions and needs for veterinary entomology in the United States and Canada.  Mullens, B. A., N. C. Hinkle, R. T. Trout Fryxell, and K. Rochon.  2017.  American Entomologist.

Integrative veterinary medical education and consensus guidelines for an integrative veterinary medicine curriculum within veterinary colleges.  M.A. Memon, J. Shmalberg, H. S. Adair, III, and et al.  2016.  Open Veterinary Journal.

Veterinary Feed Directives: An overview of the upcoming federal regulatory changes for medicated feeds.  Smith, J.  2016.  Tennessee Cattle Business Magazine, January.

It isn't too early to begin planning for the new year: Answers to some common questions on veterinary feed directives.  Smith, J.  2016.  Tennessee Cattle Business Magazine; Drovers CattleNetwork, September.

Federal Drug Administration Veterinary Feed Directive for Producers.  Strickland, L. G.  2016.  Tennessee Cattleman's Magazine.

Update on The Veterinary Feed Directive.  Strickland, L. G.  2016.  Tennessee Cattleman's Magazine.

Veterinary Feed Directives: What beef cattle producers need to know about the upcoming federal regulatory changes for medicated feeds Smith, J., and L. G. Strickland.  2015.  Extension PB 1837.

Sorption and transport of veterinary pharmaceuticals in soil Ė a laboratory study.  Lee, J., Y. Seo, and M. E. Essington.  2014.  Soil Science Society of America Journal, 78:1531-1543.

Synoptic list of the Tabanidae (Diptera) of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Haddow, A.D., D. J. Paulsen, and J. K. Moulton.  2012.  Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington. [Abstract]