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Chaney, Kristin Clinical Assistant Professor


Dr. Chaney received her DVM degree from Colorado State University and joined the TAMU College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences in September 2014 as a clinical assistant professor. She shares an appointment between the Veterinary Integrative Biosciences department and the administrative Professional Programs Office. This unique position requires interactions across many different college departments and program-years of the veterinary curriculum in the areas of teaching, academic service, and scholarship. Dr. Chaney is board certified by both the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and the American College of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care and uses this extensive post-graduate training in the development of creative and innovative learning opportunities for veterinary students in the pre-clinical DVM curriculum. From her publications in curriculum redesign, she is considered an expert and consults with veterinary programs across the U.S. regarding this process. She co-chairs the AAVMC Council for Outcomes-based Veterinary Education which developed an unprecedented framework for Competency-based Veterinary Education and published in the veterinary and medical education literature. Dr. Chaney's passion for teaching and learning is demonstrated through her scholarship and the awards received for her educational work at the college and university levels.

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  • Clinical Associate Professor