As a veterinarian, I’m responsible for the health and welfare of my animal patients. Sometimes, drugs are used to treat animals that are being raised for food (e.g., meat and milk). Therefore, tissue residues are a unique concern in veterinary medicine because indirect exposure to drugs and their metabolites through eating meat or milk could […]Read More
Author: Ronette Gehring
Ronette Gehring is a Professor of Veterinary Pharmacotherapy and Pharmacy within the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Utrecht University. She was previously an associate professor of clinical pharmacology at the Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine where she directed the Midwest Regional Center of the Food Animal Residue Avoidance Databank (FARAD). Her research interests lie with using computer-based modeling as a quantitative framework that integrates and explains pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic data based on current scientific understanding in veterinary and comparative pharmacology.