Our Team - Contact
Office of Professional Education
UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
944 Garrod Drive
Davis CA. 95616-5270
Phone (530) 752-0335
Fax (530) 754-0131
Associate Dean of Professional Education
Manages the professional DVM Curriculum by providing administrative support to the students, faculty, and staff for development, delivery, evaluation, and modification of the curriculum, as well as oversight of teaching facilities and equipment, and educational computing support.
Telephone - (530) 754-5336 / Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Responsibilities include design, implementation, data collection, analysis and reporting for educational and accreditation data collection and surveys; oversight of learning outcomes for all VET and DVM courses in collaboration with faculty; faculty support for educational methodologies, technologies and research; administrative support for meeting accreditation standards; oversight student tutoring program; faculty assistance for faculty peer coaching and observation process; and Curriculum Committee support for routine meetings, 5-Year Block Evaluations, 7-Year Curricular Evaluation, Block Leader Recognition Program and other yearly or longitudinal initiatives. Directly involved in content delivery for VET 400, VET407, VET416 and DVM 447.
Telephone - (530) 752-1765 / Email - email@example.com
DVM Program Manager
Oversees the administrative, fiscal, personnel and student affairs functions of the DVM academic and student programs.
Telephone - (530) 754-0132 / Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
DVM Program Financial Officer
Coordinates all business functions and financial accounts for the DVM academic and student programs, including scholarships.
Email - email@example.com
DVM Instructional Resources Coordinator
Administers exams and coordinates instructional resources for the DVM curriculum. Staff lead for externships and student accommodations. Staff liaison to the DVM Clinical Education Committee.
Telephone - (530) 752-9009 / Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Valley Hall Facility Manager
Provides audio-visual support for all SVM teaching facilities and serves as facility manager for the Gladys Valley Hall.
Email - email@example.com
DVM Program Assistant
Serves as staff liaison to DVM students, provides administrative and business support for the programs and manages scheduling for the Associate Dean of Professional Education.
Telephone - (530) 754-1539 / Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
DVM Curriculum Manager
Schedules all curriculum for the DVM program and provides administrative support to the Curriculum Committee.
Telephone - (530) 752-6604 / Email - email@example.com
DVM Instructional Resources Coordinator
Administers and coordinates instructional resources including block examinations of the DVM curriculum. Staff support to the DVM Student Affairs Committee.
Telephone - (530) 7562-8084 / Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone - (530) 752-0139 or (530) 302-7146 / Email - email@example.com
Clinical Skills Laboratory Technician
Telephone - (530) 752-1325 / Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Telephone - (530) 754-0137 / Email - email@example.com
Specializes in gross anatomy dissections. Technical support for the following blocks: VET401, VET403, VET405, VET410
Telephone - (530) 754-0134 / Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Gourley Clinical Teaching Center
Oversees the use of animals in the curriculum with responsibility for IACUC protocols, medical care and medical records for all animals housed in the Gourley Clinical Teaching Center (GCTC). He is an instructor in VET431 (Surgery and Anesthesia Stream) where he is responsible for pre-operative assessment and post-operative care. He oversees the Clinical Skills Laboratory and, together with an RVT, develops new teaching models and modules to improve students’ entry-level skills.
Telephone - (530) 220-0627 (cell) / Email - email@example.com
RVT - Facility Manager
Oversees the RVTs and students employed in the GCTC to support the teaching program. As facility manager, she supervises and monitors all operational activities, ensuring compliance with NIH, the Animal Welfare Act and Public Health Services Act, and Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care International (AAALAC) guidelines. She is responsible for ensuring that resources, including animals and supplies, are available for all teaching sessions conducted within the GCTC and works with the GCTC veterinarian as the liaison between the SVM and local animal shelters, rescue groups, veterinarians and other campus units.
Telephone - (530) 752-7587 or (530) 304-2259 (cell) / Email - firstname.lastname@example.org