About the Director

Professional Life

Dr. Alice Blue-McLendon

Dr. Alice Blue-McLendon is a clinical associate professor and veterinarian in the Department of Veterinary Physiology & Pharmacology (VTPP) at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (CVMBS).

She teaches animal physiology to undergraduate students and clinical correlates to first-year veterinary students. And, she is the veterinarian at the Winnie Carter Wildlife Center at the Texas A&MCVMBS.

Her 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, in the Mentor Program for first-year veterinary students, is an inaugural member of the Texas A&M Aggie Honor Council, and is an advisor for the student organization Aggie Guide Dogs & Service Dogs. She is proud to be a Texas A&M Fish Camp 2003 namesake.

Community Volunteer Involvement

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

Interests & Hobbies

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