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About the Director

Alice Blue-McLendonProfessional Life

Dr. Alice Blue-McLendon is a veterinarian in the Department of Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology, College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences at Texas A&M University. She teaches animal physiology to undergraduate students, Clinical Correlates to first year veterinary students, and is the veterinarian at the Winnie Carter Wildlife Center at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University. Research interests are in the areas of assisted reproduction in non-domestic animals, including cloning, avian reproduction, and management of captive exotic animals. She serves on the Veterinary Progress I Committee, the Mentor Program for first year veterinary students, is an inaugural member of the University-wide Aggie Honor Council, is an advisor for the student organization Aggie Guide Dogs and Service Dogs. She is proud to be a TAMU Fish Camp 2003 namesake.

Community Volunteer Involvement

Alice is a board member of Voices for Children, CASA of Brazos Valley, a child-advocacy group; a volunteer with the Harley Toy Run; a volunteer and member of the board of directors of the Brazos Animal Shelter.

Interests and Hobbies

Alice likes to ride motorcycles, garden, read, travel, get together with friends and family and cook.

A day in the life of a veterinarian: Dr. Alice Blue-McLendon

Dr. Blue-McLendon's Faculty Profile