Randy Shirbroun, DVM
Dr. Shirbroun is a native of western Iowa and graduated from Iowa State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. He also completed course work at ISU’s College of Education leading to Certification in Secondary Education.
After receiving his D.V.M, Dr. Shirbroun practiced in a food animal practice in Coon Rapids, Iowa for ten years. He also is certified in Secondary Education, and directed the Veterinary Technology Program at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis, Nebraska, for several years. Dr. Shirbroun has been in the animal health industry since 1996 as a Technical Service Veterinarian with Oxford Laboratories, Pharmacia, and Bayer Animal Health, as well as serving as Director of the Bayer Veterinary Diagnostic Center. Dr. Shirbroun joined Newport Laboratories in July 2003, serving most recently as a Senior Technical Service Veterinarian specializing in beef cattle, and is the Director of the Ruminant Business Unit.
Dr. Shirbroun was active in the Iowa Veterinary Medical Association, having chaired both the Swine Practitioners Committee and the Veterinary Technology Committee, as well as serving on the Practice Management Committee, and the Scientific Program Planning Committee. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Bovine Practitioners, and the Academy of Veterinary Consultants.
Pat McCue, DVM, PhD
Patrick M. McCue, DVM, PhD, Diplomate in the American College of Theriogenologists, is the Iron Rose Ranch Professor of Equine Theriogenology and a faculty member in the Department of Clinical Sciences. He coordinates the Mare and Stallion Clinical Services at the Equine Reproduction Laboratory in addition to attending equine reproduction cases at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Research interests include reproductive endocrinology, reproduction pathology, hormone therapy and embryo transfer.
Dr Tim Holt
Dr Holt is the associate professor of livestock medicine and surgery, received the 2013 CVMA Distinguished Service Award for significant contributions to veterinary medicine. Discouraged by academic counselors in his younger years for not “fitting the mold” of a veterinary student, Holt eventually received his DVM in 1988 emphasizing mixed animal medicine.
Holt is an internationally known expert in bovine high mountain disease, which can cause congestive heart failure in cattle and is a major concern among Western beef producers. He travels 75,000 miles a year to assess cattle with a rapid testing method he helped develop for high blood pressure in the pulmonary artery.
Holt also is certified in veterinary medical acupuncture and chiropractic care and has helped introduce alternative treatments for livestock. He is known for the breadth of his knowledge and expertise, which he has offered to a variety of audiences.

Ross Palmer, DVM
Dr. Palmer's research is directed toward disease/injury of the canine/human knee, cartilage repair and bone healing. He has mentored numerous recipients of the Best Clinical Research Award and Mark Bloomberg Resident Research Award from the Veterinary Orthopedic Society. He has research collaborations with Harvard Childrens’ Hospital, the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University, the University of Colorado, the University of Kansas as well as the National Institutes of Health (NIH) and National Aeronautics & Space Administration (NASA) and numerous human and veterinary corporations. He is a board member of the Veterinary Orthopedic Society, the North American Veterinary Conference and the Veterinary Surgery Journal. He has been an invited speaker at conferences throughout the US, Europe, South America, Africa, Russia and China. He is the founder of the Complete Course on External Skeletal Fixation now in its 20th year of educating veterinarians from around the world.

Heather Wamsley, DVM
Dr. Heather Wamsley, an assistant professor of clinical pathology in the department of physiological sciences, has been named the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine’s 2011 College Council Teacher of the Year.
The council annually selects an outstanding teacher to receive the designation, based on criteria including knowledge of subject matter, clarity of presentation, concern for students’ mastery of subject, fairness, enthusiasm for teaching and overall interest in student welfare. The winner receives $2,000 and a plaque.
A board-certified clinical pathologist, Wamsley received her undergraduate degree from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 1995 and her D.V.M. with honors from the same institution in 2000. She performed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the Animal Medical Center in New York, N.Y. from 2000-2001, followed by a residency in clinical pathology at UF’s College of Veterinary Medicine, which she completed in 2004. Wamsley continued her studies at UF post-residency and received her Ph.D. in the college’s department of infectious diseases and pathology in 2008. Soon after, she was hired as a member of the CVM faculty.
Jennifer Schissler Pendergraft, DVM
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Dr. Grubbs
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