Gregg W. BeVier
BS, MS, DVM, MBA
Assistant Dean of Clinical Affairs
Dr. Gregg BeVier has over thirty-nine years of experience as a business executive and is currently based in Texas. His key achievements have been in the area of managing high performance global teams, especially in technology and agriculture. He has worked in the Americas, Europe, Asia, Africa and India. His specific interest is in technology transfer from scientists to farmers and consumers. In particular, he works with innovations that can be scaled and sustained towards the improvement of livestock productivity. He enjoys strategy and finding discontinuities and competitive sources of leverage in a particular business sector. His goal is to help others achieve their dreams through a culture of servant leadership.
Gregg began his work with the SMU, School of Veterinary Medicine in 2005 and helped the founding Dean to establish the clinical program in the USA. He works closely with Dr. Alan Emsley & Alexis Overstreet to help place students into their clinical program. He also works with Sexing Technologies as COO and he has worked with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation as a Senior Program Officer. Prior to the foundation he held various positions including the President of PIC (swine genetics), the Sr. VP of integrated livestock operations for Premium Standard Farms (now part of Smithfield Foods) and the Head of the Production Animal Global Enterprise for Merial, a global animal health company now owned by Boehringer Ingelheim.
Gregg is a graduate of the University of Illinois with a B.S. in Agriculture Science, M.S. in Animal Science, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and an MBA.
Sherwood, C.C. Chang, G.W. BeVier, and P.J. Dziuk: Radioimmunoassay of Plasma Relaxin Levels Throughout Pregnancy and at Parturition in the Pig. Endocrinology 97:834, 1975.
Sherwood, C.C. Chang, G.W. BeVier, J.R. Diehl, and P.J. Dziuk: Relaxin Concentrations in Pig Plasma Following the Administration of Prostaglandin F2 During Late Pregnancy. Endocrinology 98:875, 1976.
P.A. Martin, G.W. BeVier, P.J. Dziuk: The Effects of Number of Corpora Lutea on the Length of Gestation in Pigs. Biology of Reproduction 16:633, 1977.
P.A. Martin, G.W. BeVier, P.J. Dziuk: The Effects of Disconnecting the Uterus and Ovary on the Length of Gestation in the Pig. Biology of Reproduction 18:428, 1978.
G.W. BeVier and P.J. Dziuk: The Effect of Number of Fetuses and Their Location in the Uterus in the Incidence of Stillbirth. Proceedings from the 1976 International Pig Veterinary Society, Ames, Iowa.
G.W. BeVier and L.R. Backstrom: Seasonal Fertility Patterns in 22 Confined Swine Herds. Proceedings from the 1980 International Pig Veterinary Society, Copenhagen, Denmark.
G.W. BeVier, G.D. Dial, B.K. Gustafsson, and J.E. Hixon: Incidence of Post Weaning Anestrous in Primiparous Sows and Response to Treatment with Exogenous Gonadotropin. Proceedings from the 1981 American Society of Animal Sciences, Raleigh, North Carolina.
G.D. Dial, G.W. BeVier, B.K. Gustafsson, and J.E. Hixon: Response of Postlactational Anestrous Sows to Ovulatory Stimuli. Proceedings from the 1981 American Society of Animal Sciences, Raleigh, North Carolina.
G.W. BeVier, G.D. Dial, J.E. Hixon, and B.K. Gustafsson: The Incidence of Post Weaning Anestrus in Primiparous Sows and Their response to Treatment with Gonadotropin. Proceedings from the 1982 International Pig Veterinary Society, Mexico City, Mexico.
G.D. Dial, G.W. BeVier, J.E. Hixon, and B.K. Gustafsson: Endocrine Response to the Post Weaning and Anestrus Sow to Exogenous Estradiol and Gonadotropin. Proceedings from the 1982 International Pig Veterinary Society, Mexico City, Mexico.
G.D. Dial, O.K. Dial, G.W. BeVier, S.D. Glenn, and P.J. Dziuk: Estrous Behavior and Circadian Discharge of Luteinizing Hormone in the Prepubertal Gilt in Response to Exogenous Estrogen. Biology of Reproduction 29:1047, 1983.
G.D. Dial, G.W. BeVier, J.E. Hixon, and B.K. Gustafsson: The Endocrine Pathogenesis of Postweaning Anestrus in Swine: Response of the Persistently Anestrus Sow to Hormonal Stimuli. American Journal of Veterinary Research 45:1737, 42 No. 9; 1984
A.H. Brightman, J. Everitt, and G. W. BeVier: Epibulbar Solid Dermoid Choristoma in a Pig. Veterinary Pathology, 22:292-294, 1985.
G.W. BeVier and B. Lautner: Realities of Contemporary Livestock Production. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, Volume 203, No. 3, 369-371, 1994.
Dial, G.D. and BeVier, G.W.: Non-infectious Causes of Reproductive Failure in the Female Pig. Fertility and Infertility in Veterinary Practice, edited by J.A. Laing, W.J. Brinley Morgan, W.C. Wagner. Fourth edition, Baillière Tindall, London, England. 1988.
Dial, G.D. and BeVier, G.W.: Pharmacologic Control of Estrus and Ovulation in the Pig. Current Therapy in Theriogenology 2, edited by D.A. Marrow. W.B. Saunders Company, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 1986.
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2006 Howard Dunne Memorial Lecture, American Association of Swine Veterinarians
2010 Distinguished Lecture, U of MN, Allen D. Leman Swine Conference
2012 U Penn School of Veterinary Medicine Commencement Speaker
2012 Banff Pork Seminar
2014 St. Matthew’s School of Veterinary Medicine Commencement Speaker