Dr. Lorrie Hale Mitchell
Veterinary Clinical Sciences (VCS)
(225) 578-9600

Certified in Veterinary Acupuncture, Tui-na, and Chinese Herbal Medicine. Working on a Master's in TCVM (2020 expected completion date).

Teaching Interests:
Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine Modalities. Clinical and Surgical Skills to the underclasses.

Research Interests:
TCVM, Herbal medicine, alligators, Clinical and Surgical Skills training

 Awards & Honors:
  • 2017 Dean's List Fall 2017
  • 2005 Georgia Rehabilitation of Wildlife Certificate of Appreciation,
  • 2004 Wings of Hope Certificate of Appreciation
  • 1995 Senior Exotics Award
  • MS Chi Institution of Chinese Medicine
  • Other Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Medicine
  • Other Chi Institute of Chinese Medicine
  • Other Chi Institute of Chinese Medicine
  • DVM University of Illinois
  • BS University of Illinois
  • BS University of Illinois
  • Pharmacokinetics of ligustilide from the Chinese herbal Shen Calmer (classical antecedent Tian Wang Bu Xin Dan), after a single-dose oral administration in the American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)., Dr. Xie's Jing Tang Herbal Co, $500.00
Journal Article, Professional Journal:
  • Synthetic models for teaching farm animal technical and clinical skills to veterinary undergraduates, Gercke, E; Barett, D; Arnold, Connie; Hale, Lorrie; Baille, Sarah, 2015, J Cattle Practice
  • Integrated treatment for an injured red fox kit (Vulpes vulpes): A case study, Rosenhagen, Nicole; Whittington, Julia, 2013, Wildlife Rehabilitation Bulletin (NWRA) , Volume: 31, Number: 2, Pages: 7
Book Review:
  • Review of MATERN/Acupuncture for Dogs and Cats; A Pocket Reference, Hale, Lorrie, 2012
  • Review of SMITH/Career Choices for Veterinarians Private Practice and Beyond, 2nd Edition, Hale, Lorrie, 2011