- Animal Science
Pamela Reed grew up on a beef cow-calf and commercial turkey farm in northerm Missouri. She attended the University of Missouri in animal science, then veterinary school at that institution. While in vet school, she worked on a masters degree in dairy science looking at endocrine changes under anesthesia in sheep.
After veterinary school, she attended Oregon State University where she taught undergraduate and veterinary physiology while working on a doctoral project in llama reproduction.
Other projects she participated in included studies in swine mastitis-metritis-agalactia syndrome. She spent a year doing mobile large animal practice, then a year teaching in the biology department at Whitman College in Walla Walla, Washington prior to coming to Delaware Valley University.
Here at DelVal, she teaches Animal Anatomy and Physiology, Animal Diseases, Behavior and Management of Alternative Agricultural Animals, and a class about llamas. She is also co-advisor to the agricultural professional sorority Sigma Alpha, the prevet club, and the Dairy Society.
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