Britt Conklin is the Associate Dean for Clinical Programs and a Professor. He grew up on a farming and ranching operation in the panhandle of Texas and has a diverse agricultural and veterinary background. He attended both Texas Tech University and Texas A&M University and was an owner of a large equine referral practice in Weatherford Texas. His practice interests are in sports medicine and podiatry. He was a Senior Equine Professional Services Veterinarian for Boehringer-Ingelheim before joining the Texas Tech School of Veterinary Medicine. His specialty, within industry, was focused on performance horse pharmaceuticals and chronic diseases that affect lameness and the feet of horses. Britt's focus is on all aspects of equine sports medicine, diseases of the equine digit and podiatry applications in the equine athlete; clinical practice and the role of the veterinarian in rural and regional communities. Equine Performance horse medicine, immunology, endocrinology and podiatry. Britt has served on numerous boards and committees and provided continuing education both nationally and internationally. He is a member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, the Texas Equine Veterinary Association, the American Veterinary Medical Association and the American Farriers Association.