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Glen Sellers, MS, MBA

Instructor, Large Animal Anesthesia

Glen Sellers performed undergraduate studies at Auburn University from 1994-1998.  Between 1998 and 2006, he gained invaluable experience in pharmacology and anesthesia as a technician in the Auburn University Large Animal Clinic providing care for both equine and food animals.  While working as a technician, Glen Sellers began a Master’s degree in Biomedical Sciences in the fall of 2002 and earned his Master’s of Science degree from Auburn University in fall of 2006.  In the spring of 2009 he  also earned a Master’s of Business Administration from Auburn University.  Glen Sellers now provides clinical service in anesthesia to the large animal teaching hospital.

334-844-4490
sellegl@auburn.edu

Research Interests

  • Veterinary clinical anesthesia
  • Pharmacokinetics of anesthetic drugs
  • Pain management in large animal species.    

I have collaborated extensively with Dr. Lin and other Auburn clinicians and examined the pharmacokinetics of ketamine and lidocaine in dairy cattle, gabapentin for pain management in horses, and isoflurane vs. sevoflurane in small ruminants.   

Selected Publications

Glen Sellers, Hui-Chu Lin, M.Gatz Riddell, William Ravis, Yuh-Jing Lin, Sue Duran, and M. Daniel Givens.  Pharmacokinetics of ketamine in serum and milk of mature Holstein cows.  J. Vet. Pharmacol Therap. 2010;33:480-484

Glen Sellers, Hui-Chu Lin, M.Gatz Riddell, William Ravis, Sue Duran, and M. Daniel Givens.  Pharmacokinetics of lidocaine in serum and milk of mature Holstein cows.  J. Vet. Pharmacol Therap. 2009;32:446-450

Glen Sellers, Hui-Chu Lin, M.Gatz Riddell, William Ravis, Sue Hudson Duran, Yuh-Jing Lin, and M. Daniel Givens. Estimations of Milk and Meat Withdrawal Times of Ketamine and Lidocaine in Adult Holstein Cows.  AABP Proceedings, Dec 2006.

Glen Sellers, Hui-Chu Lin, M.Gatz Riddell, William Ravis, Sue Duran, and M. Daniel Givens.  Pharmacokinetics of lidocaine in plasma and milk following caudal epidural and inverted L nerve blocks in Holstein cows.  Phi Zeta Proceedings, Nov 2005, pg 20

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