- Associate Professor
- College of Veterinary Medicine
Dominic Travis, DVM, is a wildlife veterinary medicine and epidemiology specialist in the College of Veterinary Medicine. His primary expertise is in the connection between humans, domestic animals, wildlife and environmental health. Dr. Travis has published on numerous topics regarding veterinary population medicine. His research interests include infectious disease ecology, biodiversity and health, disease surveillance and risk analysis. Dr. Travis is currently building ecosystem health research projects aimed at characterizing and reducing disease risk among wildlife, domestic animals and humans in conservation sites around the world.
- Associate Professor, Veterinary Population Medicine, College of Veterinary Medicine
Micky Trent, DVM, is an associate professor of Veterinary Population Medicine in the College of Veterinary Medicine. As a large animal veterinary surgeon, Dr. Trent is accustomed to consulting on unusual patient cases. In one of her roles, Dr. Trent supports the care of non-domestic animals ranging in variety from penguins and giraffes to sea turtles. She is adept at finding creative solutions to animal ailments and is also certified in veterinary chiropractic practice for both large and small animals.