Carson Receives National Award for TheriogenologyDate: 9/3/2010 3:21 am
SEATTLE, Wash. – The Sociey for Theriogenology honored Robert L. Carson, D.V.M., with the David E. Bartlett Award for his important contributions to the field of theriogenology. Dr. Carson accepted the award during the 2010 Therio Annual Conference held Sept. 1 in Seattle, Wash.
A 1973 graduate of the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. Carson became a diplomate of the American College of Theriogenologists in 1979.
Dr. Carson is a food animal professor at Auburn’s College of Veterinary Medicine. As a longtime member of the admissions and curriculum committees, he has had a far reaching impact on the veterinary profession. His classroom instruction in theriogenology and reproductive systems courses has influenced students for over 30 years.
Dr. Carson has served the cattle industry in Alabama and the Southeast in leadership positions and as a participant in the business of raising and marketing beef cattle.
His research involves bovine theriogenology, both male and female, with an interest in equine theriogenology. Other interests include production medicine involving cow/calf herds and dairy herds.
The Society for Theriogenology is composed of veterinarians dedicated to animal reproduction.