Rolf Larsen, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACT
Associate Dean of Fourth Year Clinical Training
Professor of Theriogenology
Dr. Rolf Larsen has served as Associate Dean of Fourth Year Clinical Training at St. George’s University’s School of Veterinary Medicine since September 2014. He first joined the University as professor of theriogenology in 2004, and was appointed Associate Dean for Clinical Resources in 2007.
Dr. Larsen received his veterinary training and D.V.M. at the University of Minnesota, where he also completed his Ph.D. and residency in theriogenology, a branch of veterinary medicine which covers obstetrics, gynecology, andrology and assisted reproduction. His past research surrounds fertility and reproductive medicine and surgery in cattle, horses, dogs, and wild animal species. He is an active member of the American College of Theriogenologists.
Before joining SGU, Dr. Larsen taught at the University of Florida for 22 years, and acted as Service Chief for the Reproduction Service at the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. He has also served in the US Peace Corps, worked in Brazil, and practiced in Madison, Wisconsin.