Richard L. Ott Endowed Chair in Small Animal Medicine and Research

Dr. Katrina Mealey at her desk, with her dog.

Katrina Mealey

Regents Professor, Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Director of Public Impact Initiatives

Dr. Mealey is the founding director of the Program in Individualized Medicine at Washington State University. She is recognized as a global expert in veterinary pharmacogenetics because her research has changed the standard of care in veterinary medicine and has influenced veterinary drug development and regulation. Mealey is the recipient of the Eli Lilly Award, the Zoetis (formerly Pfizer) Award for Veterinary Research Excellence, the Life Sciences Northwest Women-to-Watch Award, and was named a founding Entrepreneurial Faculty Ambassador at WSU. She holds two U.S. patents and eight international patents that have been licensed to nine different companies. Mealey is a diplomate of ACVIM and ACVCP and a fellow of the National Academy of Inventors.

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