Person

Tulio M. Prado, MV (DVM), MS, DACT

Professor | Large Animal
Overview

Tulio Prado, DVM, MS, Diplomate American College of Theriogenologists. Dr. Prado holds a DVM (University of Zulia, Maracaibo, Zulia State, Venezuela), a MS in reproductive physiology (Oklahoma State University), and is Board Certifi3ed by the American College of Theriogenology. Dr. Prado thoroughly enjoys teaching reproduction to veterinary students in the different levels of their carrier not only in the classroom but also in laboratories, clinical settings, and in the field. He provides CE seminars internationally on reproduction of horses, cattle, and small ruminants.

Research Focus

Prado TM, Morgan GL, Dawson L. Strategic use of prostaglandin F2? and Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone in controlling estrus onset to justify fixed time insemination in dairy cows; DuBois WR, Prado TM, Ko JCH, MorganGL.

Clinical Focus

Large animal reproductive efficiency with emphasis on food animal production medicine and embryo transfer. General animal reproduction including companion animals, lamoids, and equine.

Outreach Focus

Society for Theriogenologists, 1996 - Present; Nu Chapter Society of Phi Zeta, 1997 - Present; The American College of Theriogenologists, 2002 - Present

Courses
Below are courses taught during the current or past three academic years. Consult Timetable for the most current listing of courses and instructor(s).

ANSC 515 - Special Topics
1 - 4 credit hours

Instructor-initiated course to be offered on topics of current interest.

Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 9 hours.
Registration Restriction(s): Minimum student level – graduate or permission of instructor.
Registration Permission: Consent of instructor.

Other Instructors: Mason, Katie | Strickland, Lew | Eckelkamp, Liz | Edwards, J. Lannett | Tabler, Tom | Ivey, Jennie | Myer, Phillip R

VMC 873 - Clinical Rotation in Theriogenology
2 - 4 credit hours

Clinical training in veterinary theriogenology.

Grading Restriction(s): Honors or Satisfactory/No Credit grading only.
Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 6 hours.

VMP 850 - Reproductive System
3 credit hour(s)

Pathophysiology, special pathology, medicine and surgery of diseases of male and female reproductive systems and mammary glands.

Registration Restriction(s): Veterinary Medicine Students only.

VMP 870 - Special Studies in Veterinary Medicine
1 - 8 credit hours

Specially-designed studies for students in novel special-interest topics and/or for students participating in self-directed learning environments. Topics are unique and not associated with standard core rotations or elective topics within the veterinary or MPH curriculum.

Grading Restriction: Satisfactory/No Credit grading only.
Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 16 hours.
Registration Restriction(s): Veterinary Medicine Students only. Upon approval of the associate dean.

Other Instructors: Newkirk, Kim M | Albright, Julia | Souza, Marcy Jan | Rollins, Angela | Murphy, Maryanne | Aisa Roig, Jose | Stokes, Jennifer | Millis, Darryl L | Tobias, Karen M | Sommardahl, Carla S | Bailey, Misty Renee | Hartley, Ashley | Cole, Lori Scheyd

VMP 874 - Special Problems in Large Animal Clinical Sciences
1 - 8 credit hours

Extramural and specially designed study for students interested in select topics in medicine, surgery, herd health, reproduction, radiology and medical specialties of large animals.

Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 14 hours.
Registration Restriction(s): Veterinary Medicine Students only.

Other Instructors: Strickland, Lew

VMP 886 - Food Animal Production Elective
1 credit hour(s)

Elective is a series of lectures highlighting important information for the future large animal practitioner. Material presented will consist of information that is not otherwise covered in the curriculum or will cover topics in greater depth than in other areas of the curriculum. Topics may include production medicine, mastitis, internal/external parasite control, toxicology, castration, implants, management of beef cattle and swine, anesthetic protocols for field surgeries in cattle, BVD, food animal pharmacology, foot care, cattle breeding management, bioterrorism/agro terrorism, nutrition in beef cattle, economics, and herd health.

Registration Restriction(s): Veterinary Medicine Students only.

Picture of Tulio M. Prado, MV (DVM), MS, DACT
C222 Veterinary Medical Center
2407 River Drive
Knoxville, TN 37996-4545
Education and Training
  • MS, Animal Sciences, General, Oklahoma State University, 1999
  • Doctorate, Veterinary Medicine, General, Other, 1984

Tulio M. Prado, MV (DVM), MS, DACT

Professor | Large Animal
Picture of Tulio M. Prado, MV (DVM), MS, DACT image
C222 Veterinary Medical Center
2407 River Drive
Knoxville, TN 37996-4545
Education and Training
  • MS, Animal Sciences, General, Oklahoma State University, 1999
  • Doctorate, Veterinary Medicine, General, Other, 1984
Overview

Tulio Prado, DVM, MS, Diplomate American College of Theriogenologists. Dr. Prado holds a DVM (University of Zulia, Maracaibo, Zulia State, Venezuela), a MS in reproductive physiology (Oklahoma State University), and is Board Certifi3ed by the American College of Theriogenology. Dr. Prado thoroughly enjoys teaching reproduction to veterinary students in the different levels of their carrier not only in the classroom but also in laboratories, clinical settings, and in the field. He provides CE seminars internationally on reproduction of horses, cattle, and small ruminants.

Research Focus

Prado TM, Morgan GL, Dawson L. Strategic use of prostaglandin F2? and Gonadotropin-Releasing Hormone in controlling estrus onset to justify fixed time insemination in dairy cows; DuBois WR, Prado TM, Ko JCH, MorganGL.

Clinical Focus

Large animal reproductive efficiency with emphasis on food animal production medicine and embryo transfer. General animal reproduction including companion animals, lamoids, and equine.

Outreach Focus

Society for Theriogenologists, 1996 - Present; Nu Chapter Society of Phi Zeta, 1997 - Present; The American College of Theriogenologists, 2002 - Present

Courses
Below are courses taught during the current or past three academic years. Consult Timetable for the most current listing of courses and instructor(s).

ANSC 515 - Special Topics
1 - 4 credit hours

Instructor-initiated course to be offered on topics of current interest.

Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 9 hours.
Registration Restriction(s): Minimum student level – graduate or permission of instructor.
Registration Permission: Consent of instructor.

Other Instructors: Mason, Katie | Strickland, Lew | Eckelkamp, Liz | Edwards, J. Lannett | Tabler, Tom | Ivey, Jennie | Myer, Phillip R

VMC 873 - Clinical Rotation in Theriogenology
2 - 4 credit hours

Clinical training in veterinary theriogenology.

Grading Restriction(s): Honors or Satisfactory/No Credit grading only.
Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 6 hours.

VMP 850 - Reproductive System
3 credit hour(s)

Pathophysiology, special pathology, medicine and surgery of diseases of male and female reproductive systems and mammary glands.

Registration Restriction(s): Veterinary Medicine Students only.

VMP 870 - Special Studies in Veterinary Medicine
1 - 8 credit hours

Specially-designed studies for students in novel special-interest topics and/or for students participating in self-directed learning environments. Topics are unique and not associated with standard core rotations or elective topics within the veterinary or MPH curriculum.

Grading Restriction: Satisfactory/No Credit grading only.
Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 16 hours.
Registration Restriction(s): Veterinary Medicine Students only. Upon approval of the associate dean.

Other Instructors: Newkirk, Kim M | Albright, Julia | Souza, Marcy Jan | Rollins, Angela | Murphy, Maryanne | Aisa Roig, Jose | Stokes, Jennifer | Millis, Darryl L | Tobias, Karen M | Sommardahl, Carla S | Bailey, Misty Renee | Hartley, Ashley | Cole, Lori Scheyd

VMP 874 - Special Problems in Large Animal Clinical Sciences
1 - 8 credit hours

Extramural and specially designed study for students interested in select topics in medicine, surgery, herd health, reproduction, radiology and medical specialties of large animals.

Repeatability: May be repeated. Maximum 14 hours.
Registration Restriction(s): Veterinary Medicine Students only.

Other Instructors: Strickland, Lew

VMP 886 - Food Animal Production Elective
1 credit hour(s)

Elective is a series of lectures highlighting important information for the future large animal practitioner. Material presented will consist of information that is not otherwise covered in the curriculum or will cover topics in greater depth than in other areas of the curriculum. Topics may include production medicine, mastitis, internal/external parasite control, toxicology, castration, implants, management of beef cattle and swine, anesthetic protocols for field surgeries in cattle, BVD, food animal pharmacology, foot care, cattle breeding management, bioterrorism/agro terrorism, nutrition in beef cattle, economics, and herd health.

Registration Restriction(s): Veterinary Medicine Students only.