Vet Med Leadership

Michael D. Lairmore

  • Dean
Leadership and oversight of all School of Veterinary Medicine activities, strategic planning, major initiatives, management of personnel, facilities and funding resources, and promotion of the school through public relations, outreach and development activities

John R. Pascoe

  • Executive Associate Dean
Shares leadership responsibility for development and stewardship of school resources and programs, oversees new initiatives, academic personnel and facilities planning, promotes external relations, communications and outreach activities.

Jan E. Ilkiw

  • Associate Dean for Academic Programs
Leads the unit that provides administration and support to the students, faculty and staff in the development, implementation, delivery and evaluation of the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) curriculum, and oversees teaching facilities and staff and curricular computer support applications.

Karl Jandrey

  • Associate Dean of Admissions and Student Programs
Leads the development of innovative programs that support multicultural education, diversity, equitable admissions practices, student scholarships and financial aid, mental health and wellness programs, and veterinary student leadership and career development.

Mary M. McNally

  • Executive Assistant Dean, Administration
Schoolwide responsibility for finances and funding strategies, budgets for large capital projects, facility renovations and space assignments, oversees school information technology, safety and administrative processes throughout the school, and staff personnel resources/policies.

Jane E. Sykes

  • Chief Veterinary Medical Officer of the William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital (VMTH) - Associate Dean of Veterinary Medical Center Operations
Responsible for the management and fiscal integrity of the VMTH, ensuring the academic quality of the clinical learning environment for DVM students and house officers, overseeing the quality and excellence of clinical patient care, and the operational efficiency of all academic and clinical service activities.