Provost Finalist - Frank Galey
- Tuesday, April 11, 2017 from 4:30pm to 5:30pm
- Strand Union Building, Room 235 - view map
You are invited to a question and answer session / social event for today's candidate. This event will be held at 4:30 pm on April 11 in 235 SUB. More details can be found at:
Frank Galey is Professor and Dean, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources at the University of Wyoming (2001-Present). Frank was Professor, Director of the Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory and Head of the Department of Veterinary Sciences, University of Wyoming (1999 – 2001).
Dr. Galey came to the University of Wyoming in 1999 as the director of the Wyoming State Veterinary Laboratory and head of the University of Wyoming Department of Veterinary Sciences. He was named dean of the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources in the fall of 2001.
Frank received his B.S.(1981) and D.V.M.(1983) degrees in veterinary medicine at Colorado State University; and a Ph.D.(1988) in veterinary biosciences (pharmacology and toxicology) from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign.
After serving as a research associate and resident at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, Frank joined the School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California Davis in 1988. He was an assistant and then associate professor of clinical diagnostic veterinary toxicology at UC-Davis from 1988-1999. In 1988 Galey was named head of the toxicology section. He remained in this position until returning to Wyoming in 1999.
Professional memberships include: Diplomate of the American Association of Veterinary Toxicologists Chairman of the Wyoming State Brucellosis Coordination Team Member of the American Veterinary Medical Association Member of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians Dr. Galey holds specialty certification in toxicology.
Frank was born in Wyoming and raised in Big Horn, Wyoming near Sheridan. When not at work he enjoys rock climbing, mountaineering, downhill and cross country skiing, reading, hiking, fishing, and camping.
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