Assistant Teaching Professor
- BS Agricultural Science, Truman State University 2009
- MS Animal Science, Reproductive Physiology, University of Missouri 2011
- DVM, University of Missouri 2016
- Small Animal Veterinary Gross Anatomy (V_BSCI 5500)
- Large Animal Veterinary Gross Anatomy (V_BSCI 5011 & 5012)
- Veterinary Neuroscience (V_BSCI 5100)
Justin Nash joined the professional veterinary curriculum in fall 2021 as part of the veterinary anatomy teaching team.
His graduate training prior to veterinary school was in bovine reproductive management and physiology. His research focused on the analysis of protocols used to synchronize estrus and ovulation in postpartum beef cows, and strategies to promote implementation of these protocols within the state of Missouri. He also worked closely with the Show-Me-Select® Replacement Heifer Program following completion of his master’s degree.
After starting veterinary school, Nash found a passion for veterinary anatomy. He tutored students both in microanatomy and gross anatomy and was awarded the Anatomy Award (Class of 2016) and the Gheorghe M. Constantinescu Anatomist Award (Class of 2017) as a student. After graduation from the MU College of Veterinary Medicine in 2016, he practiced as an associate veterinarian in a variety of settings, including a rural mixed animal practice and suburban small animal clinic.