Dr. Richard Hopper received the 2016 Theriogenologist of the Year award, the ACT recently announced. Hopper is a professor in the CVM’s Department of Pathobiology and Population Medicine. The award recognizes theriogenologists for their contributions to the discipline of veterinary medicine focusing on reproduction.
Hopper is among many members in the ACT who promote animal well-being, reproductive health and responsible breeding practices. He has nearly 40 years of professional career service in reproductive veterinary medicine, having joined the MSU faculty in 1993 after 15 years of operating his own practice.