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James Herman

Clinical Professor


Phone: (979) 862-7765

Mailstop: 4466

Department: VTPP

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Teach physiology to US undergraduate (BIMS) and veterinary students and Italian veterinary students in English in both Italy at the University of Padova's School of Veterinary Medicine and in at TAMU. Also have taught pharmacology to BIMS students and Italian veterinary students at the University of Padova.


  • M.S. Educational Psychology, Texas A&M University 2001
  • Ph.D. Veterinary Physiology, Texas A&M University 1995
  • D.V.M. Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University 1989
  • B.S. Veterinary Science, Texas A&M University 1987


  • Texas Veterinary Medical License: 6636

Scholarly Interests

TEACHING -- Primary areas of interest in teaching include problem-based learning, development of creative thinking and problem solving capabilities, production of interactive multi-media programs for autotutorial use, and pedagogical research. RESEARCH -- Areas of interest in research include: outcomes assessment and educational evaluation, attribution theory, meta-analysis, and computer modeling of human physiology and pathophysiology. VETERINARY MEDICINE -- Interests and expertise in veterinary medicine encompasses wildlife, zoological, and laboratory animal medicine, zoonotic diseases, and public health.


Effect of tilmicosin on chemotactic, phagocytic, and bactericidal activities of bovine and porcine alveolar macrophages.
Brumbaugh GW, Herman JD, Clancy JS, Burden KI, Barry T, Simpson RB, López HS
Am J Vet Res. 2002 63(1):36-41.

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