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Glennon Mays

Clinical Associate Professor of Equine Field Service


Phone: (979) 845-3541

Mailstop: 4475

Department: VLCS

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  • D.V.M. , Texas A&M University 1976
  • B.S. , Texas A&M University 1975


  • Texas Veterinary Medical License: 3955

Scholarly Interests

Emphasis includes primary care for individual and population medicine for livestock and canines utilizing a student-focused, hands-on clinical environment within the Texas Department of Criminal Justice Agribusiness System. Prevention and control of infectious agents, theriogenology, canine and equine dentistry in these populations illustrate some of the activities students experience throughout the clinical year of the professional curriculum.


Epidemiology and Molecular Typing of Trypanosome cruz in Naturally-Infeted Hound Dogs and Associated Triatomine Vectors in Texas, USA.
Curtis-Robles R, Snowden KF, Dominguez B, Dinges L, Rodgers S, Mays G, Hamer SA
PLoS Negl Trop Dis. 2017 11(1).
Developing Cultural Competence through the Introduction of Medical Spanish into the Veterinary Curriculum.
J Tayce, S Burnham, G Mays, J Robles, D Brightsmith, V Fajt, D Posey
Journal of Veterinary Medical Education (JVME). 2016 :8.

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