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Dr. Michelle D. Browning


DVR Clinical Veterinarian

Education & Certifications

  • ​DVM, 2003, Texas A&M University
  • Diplomate, American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine, 2006
  • Clinical residency in Comparative Medicine, Johns Hopkins University 2006
  • BS in Biomedical Science, 1998, Texas A&M University

Specialties or Areas of Expertise

  • ​Nonhuman primate medicine & disease models
  • Toxicology & drug safety assessment 
  • Investigator & technician training

Personal Interest

  • Cooking
  • Movies
  • Costuming
  • Photography


  • Browning, M., Garyu, J., Dumler, S., Scorpio, D. 2006. Role of Reactive Nitrogen Species on Development of Hepatic Injury in C57BL/6 Mice in a Model of Human Granulocytic Anaplasmosis. Comparative Medicine vol 56, no 1.
  • Wachtman, L., Browning, M., Bedja, D., Pin, S., Gabrielson, K. 2006. Validation of the Use of Long-term Indwelling Jugular Catheters in a Rat Model of Cardiotoxicity. JAALAS vol 45, no 5. 
  • Nahm, S., Frank, T., Browning, M., Sepulvado, J., Hiney, J., Abbot, L. 2003. Insulin-like Growth Factor-I Improves Cerebellar Dysfunction but does not Prevent Cerebellar Neurodegeneration in the Calcium Channel Mutant Mouse, Leaner. Neurobiology of ​Disease 14, 157-165.