Dr. Uneeda Bryant describes how veterinary pathologists safeguard horse populations, determine causes of death, and protect the human-animal bond.
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About the Expert:
Uneeda Bryant, DVM, is a tenured associate professor of veterinary pathology at the University of Kentucky’s Veterinary Diagnostic Lab, in Lexington. Bryant earned her veterinary degree from Tuskegee University College of Veterinary Medicine, in Alabama. In addition to her responsibilities as a pathologist and teaching role as adjunct faculty for Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine, Bryant works regularly to educate the public about this nontraditional veterinary medicine career path. These endeavors have led to multiple recognitions, including being named a 2015 Alpha Salute at the annual MLK Jr. Unity Breakfast in Lexington; 2016 Ambassador of Science Literacy at the Kentucky Science Center in Louisville, Kentucky; and recognition on the Kentucky Senate floor during the 2018 Senate session in Frankfort.