Gary Vroegindewey

Gary VroegindeweyDr. Vroegindewey is the Director, One Health Program, Lincoln Memorial University College of Veterinary Medicine; Adjunct Assistant Professor, Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine.  He graduated from the University of Missouri (BA- Zoology; DVM Veterinary Medicine), holds a Master of Strategic Studies and is a Diplomate in the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine.

Dr. Vroegindewey is Chair, OIE (World Organization for Animal Health) ad hoc Group on Disaster Management and Risk Reduction in Relation to Animal Health and Welfare and Veterinary Public Health and former Chairman, International Affairs Committee of the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges, former Chair-Veterinary Section of World Association on Disaster and Emergency Medicine, former member White House Security Council Food and Agriculture Working Group, former DOD Liaison to Department of Homeland Security, US Department of Agriculture, and US Food and Drug Administration.

Dr. Vroegindewey served in multiple senior positions in the US Army Veterinary Corps including: Assistant Chief, Veterinary Corps and Director, DOD Veterinary Service Activity, Office of the Surgeon General.