Tim Evans

PhD, DVM

Affiliate Faculty

Associate Professor, Department of Veterinary Pathobiology

Veterinary Toxicologist

 

Research Areas: Reproductive Toxicology, Effects of Mycotoxins on Livestock Production, Veterinary Clinical and Diagnostic Toxicology

Courses Taught: P_HLTH 8150 Human Health and the Environment; V_PBIO Principles of Toxicology (MPH Elective)

Education/Training

1982 University of California, Davis DVM

1996 University of Missouri, Columbia Veterinary Medicine and Surgery; Theriogenology (Animal Reproduction) MS

1997 American College of Theriogenology Diplomate

2001 American Board of Veterinary Toxicologists Diplomate

2002 Veterinary Pathobiology; Toxicology PhD

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE AND ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS

September 1, 2010–Present Tenured Associate Professor of Toxicology, MU Department

of Veterinary Pathobiology/Toxicology Section Head, MU Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory (VMDL), University of Missouri, Columbia (MU)*

December 2002-August 31, 2010 Tenure-Track Assistant Professor of Toxicology,

MU Department of Veterinary Pathobiology/Toxicology Section Head, MU VMDL

October 2001-December 2002 Clinical Instructor of Toxicology/Doctoral Candidate in

Pathobiology Area/Research Fellow in Toxicology, Department of Veterinary Pathobiology, MU VMDL

August 1998-September 2001 Research Associate/Graduate Student/Resident

Veterinarian, Department of Veterinary Pathobiology, VMDL, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO (Dr. Stan Casteel, Advisor)

November 1997-July 1998 Associate Veterinarian, Mid-Rivers Equine Centre,

Wentzville, MO

January 1997-October 1997 Clinical Instructor in Theriogenology, Department of

Medical Sciences, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Madison, WI

July 1993-December 1996 Resident Veterinarian, Department of Veterinary Medicine

and Surgery, Theriogenology Section, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO (Dr. Robert Youngquist, Advisor)

July 1982-June 1993 Large Animal Practitioner, primarily on broodmare farms

in California and Texas

HONORS AND AWARDS

2017 Selected by MU Veterinary Professional Students to hood them at Commencement

2016-2018 President, American Board of Veterinary Toxicologists

2015-2016 Governor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching

2015 Faculty Sponsor of 1st Place MU Phi Zeta Presentation Award (Damien Peyton)

2014 Finalist for MU Teaching with Technology Award-Graduate/Professional Students

2013 SCAVMA Teaching Award for Clinical Sciences (Selected by MU Veterinary Professional Students)

2013 Golden Aesculapius Award for 3rd year MU Veterinary Professional Students

2013 MU Graduate Professional Council Gold Chalk Award for Excellence in Teaching

2013 Faculty Sponsor of 2nd Place MU Phi Zeta Presentation Award (Danan Bradley)

2013 William T. Kemper Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching, MU (Also listed under Fellowships because of $10,000 monetary award)

2012 Selected by MU Veterinary Professional Students to hood them at Commencement

2012 Carl J. Norden-Pfizer Excellence in Veterinary Teaching Award, MU College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri, Columbia (Selected by 4th year Veterinary Professional Students)

2012 Golden Aesculapius Award for 4th year MU Veterinary Professional Students

2011 Faculty Sponsor of 2nd Place Phi Zeta Poster Award (Josh Bell)

2010 George Dadd Award for Peer-reviewed Teaching Excellence. MU College of Veterinary Medicine

2010 Golden Aesculapius Award for 2nd year MU Veterinary Professional Students

2010 Selected MU “Nerd of the Year” (Nominated by students; see below)

2009 Selected April “Nerd of Mizzou” (Nominated by students; selection based on novelty and creativity; see http://mizzouwire.missouri.edu/special- features/nerds-of-mizzou.php for details)

2008 Selected by MU Veterinary Professional Students to hood them at Commencement

2008 Faculty Sponsor of 1st Place Phi Zeta Poster Award (Kevin Lesczynski)

2007 MU SCAVMA Teaching Award (Selected by Veterinary Professional Students)

2006 MU Veterinary Pathobiology Faculty Fellowship for Excellence in Teaching

2006 Faculty Sponsor of 1st Place Phi Zeta Poster Award (Crystal Kinnison)

2001 2nd Place MU Phi Zeta Lecture Award

2001 4th Place MU Phi Zeta Poster Award

2001 2nd Place MU Graduate Student Research and Creative Activities Forum Award

2001 Burroughs-Wellcome Travel Award to Society of Toxicology Meeting

2000 4th Place MU Phi Zeta Lecture Award

2000 2nd Place MU Phi Zeta Poster Award

2000 1st Place MU Graduate Student Research and Creative Activities Forum Award

1999-2002 US EPA STAR Fellowship

1996 2nd Place MU Phi Zeta Lecture Award

1996 Superior Graduate Student Award, Dept. of Veterinary Medicine & Surgery

1995 1st Place Phi Zeta Lecture Award

1981 Recipient California Thoroughbred Breeder’s Association Grant-in-Aid

1979 University of California Regent’s Scholar

1978 Southern California Arabian Horse Association Scholarship

PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

Academy of Veterinary Consultants, 2014-2015

Missouri Veterinary Medical Association, 2012-Present

Endocrine Society-Associate Member, 2009-2010

Society of Toxicology-Associate Member, 2005-Present Sigma Xi-Member, 2004-2010

American Board of Veterinary Toxicology-Diplomate, 2001-Present

Society of Toxicology Central States Chapter-Member, 2001-Present

American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians-Member, 2000-Present

Society of Toxicology-Student Member, 2000-2005

American College of Theriogenologists-Diplomate, 1997-Present

Alpha Alpha Chapter of Phi Zeta-Member, 1997

Pi Chapter of Phi Zeta -Member, 1996, 1998-Present

Society for Theriogenology-Member, 1986-2013

American Association of Equine Practitioners (AAEP)-Member, 1982-2008

American Veterinary Medical Association-Member 1982-Present

 

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