Ambulatory and Production Medicine

The Ambulatory and Production Medicine faculty engage in research, teaching and provide routine and emergency veterinary service on farms. The expertise of our faculty include cattle, horses, small ruminants, camelids, and swine as well as implementation of production medicine programs in local herds. 

Our faculty are engaged in basic and translational research for many facets of production medicine including reproduction, metabolism, and infectious disease. Funding for these projects is awarded from the USDA and other government sources, industry and foundations. 

Faculty

Sabine Mann, Assistant Professor of Ambulatory and Production Medicine
Jessica McArt, Associate Professor of Ambulatory and Production Medicine,
Section Chief
Daryl Nydam, Professor, Director of Quality Milk Production Services (Joint appointment with Department of Public and Ecosystem Health)
Mary Smith, Professor of Ambulatory and Production Medicine
Qiudi Zheng, Instructor of Ambulatory and Production Medicine