The staff of the Office of Research & Graduate Education work together to fulfill the primary functions of this important unit of the Dean's Office, School of Veterinary Medicine. Staff responsibilities include:
- Research Program Leadership
- Research Development Opportunities
- Agriculture Experiment Station Research Programs (Programmatic & Fiscal)
- Cooperative Extension
- Oversight of Graduate Education Programs
- Long-Range Planning Oversight of School-Wide Research Equipment & Facilities
- Strict Full-Time Salary Plan
- Special Projects
Dr. Kent Lloyd is the Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Education Programs in the Dean's Office and Associate Professor of Anatomy in the Department of Anatomy, Physiology & Cell Biology. Dr. Lloyd is a clinical veteriarian and research physiologist with expertise in targeted conditional mutagenesis of the laboratory mouse and physiology of the mammalian gastrointestinal tract with special emphasis on mechanisms of enterogastric reflexes. Dr. Lloyd is also an instructor in the veterinary and graduate curriculums, teaching renal and gastrointestinal physiology of monogastrics and ruminants to professional medical and veterinary medical and graduate students, and genetic manipulation of the mouse embryo to undergraduate and graduate students. Dr. Lloyd can be reached at 530-752-6865.
Rowena is an Administrative Analyst who is responsible for reviewing, and providing guidance and direction on grants and contracts for School of Veterinary Medicine faculty including statistical and analytical management of the School's Strict Full-time Salary Plan, and reporting of faculty research activities through the Division of Agriculture and Natural Resources (DANR) and the USDA Current Research Information System (CRIS). Rowena can be reached at 530-752-0549 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sue is a Student Affairs Officer who provides programmatic support for veterinary and graduate student research programs managed in the School, i.e., Graduate Student Support Program (GSSP), Veterinary Scientist Training Program (VSTP), Students Training in Advanced Research (STAR), and NIH Training Grants, etc. She is responsible for counseling and advising students, compiling, analyzing and reporting data, and maintaining files for inquiries, applications and awards. Sue can be reached at (530)752-6612 or email@example.com.
Christine is an Administrative Analyst who provides comprehensive statistical analysis in program planning and evaluation of the School's sponsored and organized research activities. Other responsibilities include fiscal matters relating to School intramural and extramural funding and reporting, monitoring the Strict Full-Time Salary Cost Recovery Plan, and management and development of the research database. Christine can be reached at 530-754-7746 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tami is the Administrator for both the Graduate Group in Comparative Pathology and the Graduate Group in Epidemiology. She manages all aspects of admissions, course schedules, student progress, funding, event planning, outreach, and disseminating information regarding graduate studies to faculty and students alike.