Biography

Emmanuel Rollin

Food Animal Health and Management, Production Medicine, Veterinary Teaching Hospital
DVM, MFAM
Clinical Associate Professor

Expertise

  • Farm Practice
  • Medicine

Biography

Research Interests

  • ​Milk Quality
  • Mastitis
  • Transition Health
  • Dairy Economics
  • Milking Machine Function

Educational Background

  • BS, Biology, The University of Georgia, 2003
  • DVM, The University of Georgia, 2007
  • Certificate in International Veterinary Medicine, The University of Georgia, 2007
  • MFAM, The University of Georgia, 2008

Teaching Experience

The majority of my teaching is clinical teaching for 4th year veterinary students, mostly on client and University owned farms:

  • POPH 5447 – Dairy Production Medicine Rotation
  • POPH 5450 – Advanced Dairy Production Medicine Rotation
  • POPH 5445 – Food Animal Practice Rotation
  • POPH 5446 – Beef Production Medicine Rotation

I also teach in the classroom and laboratories for first to third year veterinary curriculum:

  • POPH 5200 – Management for Food Animal Health and Production
  • POPH 5230 – Food Animal Journal Club
  • IDIS 5130L – Bacteriology Laboratory
  • VPHY 5170 – Basic Comparative Animal Nutrition
  • LAMS 5160 – Large Animal Infectious Disease
  • LAMS 5380 – Large Animal Advanced Surgical Techniques

I am also active in training our current graduate MFAM students in the following courses:

  • POPH 6230 – Problems in Epidemiology and Statistics
  • POPH 8160 – Scientific Writing
  • POPH 6120 – Food Animal Production Medicine Clinical Rounds
  • POPH 6700 – Clinical Food Animal Medicine