Students in Anatomy Lab, number 1
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Dr. George G. Stott was involved in teaching and research (determining age using cemental annulations in n1an, funded by the NIH) at Texas A&M. He and his wife, Ann, have four children. He received a B.Sc from Utah State and after graduating from Iowa State University in 1965 with his DVM degree, Dr. Stott attended and taught at Auburn, ISU, and WSU where he achieved his MS and PhD degrees. He then taught at the Univ. of Guelph, Ontario and in 1972 began teaching at Texas A&M. In 1977 Dr. Stott taught Large and Small Animal Anatomy, Histology, Embrology and a graduate course in comparative gross and microscopic anatomy of the reproductive systems. As of 1994 he was listed as a Professor of Veterinary Anatomy and Public Health in the College of Veterinary Medicineâ€™s faculty and staff directory.
DescriptionDr. George G. Stott (left) interacts with three students. Physical description: color slides, 5X5mm
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