Andrew Hoffman, DVM, DVSc, DACVIMDirector

Dr. Andrew Hoffman is a Professor of Large Animal Internal Medicine with three decades of experience teaching, clinical service, and research. Dr. Hoffman’s major areas of expertise include pulmonary physiology, tissue engineering, and stem cell-based therapies. Dr. Hoffman developed the first outpatient pulmonary function testing unit for veterinary patients in North America which currently operates in the Hospital for Large Animals. He directs the Regenerative Medicine Laboratory (RML) that serves as a research and laboratory core for Clinical Science faculty engaged in research related to stem cells and regenerative medicine. Dr. Hoffman’s laboratory has continuously received funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) since 1999, in addition to numerous industry and foundation awards.

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