Wayde Shipman, DVM, MS
Veterinary Medical Information Specialist
Department of Biomedical Sciences & Pathobiology
2003Master of Science (Computer Information Systems)University of Houston – Clear Lake
1976Doctor of Veterinary MedicineTexas A&M University
Professional & Research Interests
- Medical terminology
- Web based systems to enhance, expand and standardize medical terminology
2010–presentVeterinary Medical Information SpecialistVirginia-Maryland College of Veterinary MedicineVirginia TechBlacksburg, VA
1981–presentPracticing Veterinarian and Clinic OwnerPracticed small animal veterinary medicine in Houston and managed the clinic.
2000–2001Rice University, Department of Mechanical Engineering and Materials ScienceDeveloped interface to remotely control a mechanical engineering lab experiment named Spendulap via the Internet using a client-server architecture. HTML and Java applets were used to control the experiment and communicate via TCP/IP to a LabView controller. Results of the experiment were returned to the client and graphed.
1977–1981Instructor in PathobiologyUniversity of Tennessee – Knoxville, College of Veterinary MedicineTaught veterinary students in basic pathology and animal autopsies. Provided autopsy and histopathology diagnoses to the clinical department. Collaborated with researchers in the clinics.
- American Veterinary Medical Association
- Association for Veterinary Medical Informatics
- Association for Computing Machinery
- Veterinary Medical Licenses: Colorado, Texas
- Congenital hypothyroid dwarfism in a family of giant schnauzers. Greco DS, Feldman EC, Peterson ME, Turner JL, Hodges CM, Shipman LW. J Vet Intern Med. 1991 Mar-Apr;5(2):57-65.
- Colonic anastomosis: evaluation of an end-to-end crushing and inverting technique. Richardson DC, Duckett KE, Krahwinkel DJ Jr, Shipman LW. Am J Vet Res. 1982 Mar;43(3):436-42.
- Oxalate toxicosis in captive large felids. Kitchen, H., W. Shipman, and D. Black. American Association of Zoo Veterinarians Annual Proceedings 1979:270-275.