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W. Brady   Little DVM

Clinical Instructor


Dr. Brady Little received his undergraduate degree from the University of Nebraska Lincoln and graduated from Kansas State School of Veterinary Medicine in 2003. After an internship year at Littleton Equine Hospital, Dr. Little joined an equine private practice in Auburn Alabama while his wife finished her equine surgical residency.

He and his wife worked in equine and small animal practices near Tahoe Nevada until October of 2013 when they both joined the faculty of RUSVM. Dr. Brady Little liked the challenges of equine and companion animal practice but has thoroughly enjoyed teaching at RUSVM and finds the rewards of veterinary education incredibly fulfilling.

His role with has included instruction in Large animal surgery, Anatomy, Theriogenology, Introduction to clinics and Essential veterinary skills.

Education

BS University of Nebraska Lincoln

DVM Kansas State University

Research

Corneal topical anesthesia in bovine, equine and donkeys

Veterinary education techniques

Achievements

Community Spirit award from the Montgomery Area Nontraditional Equestrian 2005

Publication Highlights

“Degree and duration of corneal anesthesia after topical application of 0.4% oxybuprocaine hydrochloride ophthalmic solution in normal donkeys and horses.” E. Little, DVM, MS, DACVS; K. Yvorchuk, DVM, DACVIM; W.B. Little, DVM; G. St. Jean, DVM, MS, DACVS. *** Accepted for publication.


“Degree and duration of corneal anesthesia after topical application of 0.4% oxybuprocaine hydrochloride and 0.5% proparacaine hydrochloride ophthalmic solution in clinically normal cattle.” W. Brady Little, DVM; Guy St Jean, DVM DACVS; Erika Little, DVM DACVS; Kathy Yvorchuk-St Jean, DVM DACVIM. ***Accepted for publication.

Current Projects

Impact of pre-lab tutorials on veterinary anatomy students’ success.

Presentations

Knobel DL, Akerele OA, Conan A. Dynamics of an owned, free-roaming dog population: Implications for rabies control. 12th Annual Congress of the Southern African Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine. Port Elizabeth, South Africa. August 2014.

Knobel DL, Conan A. Dog ecology and rabies control in Africa. 39th World Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress. Cape Town, South Africa. September 2014.

Knobel DL, Bessell P, Grover M, Reininghaus B. Rabies and wildlife conservation in Africa. 39th World Small Animal Veterinary Association Congress. Cape Town, South Africa. September 2014.

Knobel DL, Wassung M, Meyer A, Conan A. Participatory and active surveillance for disease syndromes in communal cattle at the livestock/wildlife interface, South Africa. 14th International Conference of the Association of Institutions for Tropical Veterinary Medicine. Johannesburg, South Africa. August 2013.

Knobel DL. Q fever in humans and animals in rural western Kenya. 30th World veterinary Congress. Cape Town, South Africa. October 2011.

Knobel DL. Cats, rats and kids: preliminary results from a zoonotic enteric disease study in young children in western Kenya. 30th World veterinary Congress. Cape Town, South Africa. October 2011.