Dr Lloyd Webb
Professor and Director

Master of Science in Public Health/Master of Public Health
College of Veterinary Medicine, Nursing and Allied Health
Tuskegee, AL 36088
Phone: 334-727-8476
E-mail: webbl@mytu.tuskegee.edu


Graduation Year Degree School Major/Specialty Area
1976 BSc School of Agriculture Animal Sciences
1978 DVM School of Veterinary Medicine Veterinary Medicine
1984 MPH Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Epidemiology


Research Interest

As a researcher, he facilitated several research projects by conducting research in the field of food hygiene, public health, epidemiology and zoonotic diseases, and collaborated with Caribbean regional governments and international agencies on important areas related to Veterinary Public Health.

Scientific Activities

Taught graduate students in Animal Production at the Faculty of Agriculture, and in the related field of Veterinary Public Health at the School of Veterinary Medicine, both at the University of the West Indies; also taught fourth and final (5th) year veterinary students in Public Health/Zoonoses, Epidemiology/Biostatistics, Community/Environmental Health, Preventive Medicine and Food Hygiene, and assisted in clinical rotation of students in Meat Hygiene, Public Health and Epidemiology at the University of the West Indies, while tutoring also Year I Human Medical Students in the School of Medicine, and Years I to V Veterinary Medical Students, stimulating cooperative behavior among the students and monitoring the students’ progress in the acquisition of appropriate knowledge and reasoning skills.

Presenting advisories to Meat, Poultry, and Fish Industries on all matters pertaining to food safety and food security, and quality control; assisting other para-professional institutions such as the National Institute of Higher Education Research and Training (NIHERST) and the Regional Programme for Animal Health Assistants (REPAHA) in Guyana; advising private industry e.g. Nestlé on milk hygiene practices; serving as Principal Veterinary Advisor to the Antibiotic Advisory Committee, the Drug Advisory Committee, and the Food Advisory Committee of Trinidad and Tobago; serving as a resource veterinary personnel to the Inter-Ministerial Committee on Fish Inspection and the application of the Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points (HACCP) System in Fish Inspection in Trinidad and Tobago.


  1. Webb, L.A.W., (2009). International Health Regulations: An Opportunity for Networking and Partnerships for Enhanced Tourism. Presented at the First PAHO Caribbean Sub-regional Working Group Meeting on Health and Tourism, Bridgetown, Barbados. April 2-3, 2009.
  2. Webb, L.A.W. (2009). Report on the Assessment of the Veterinary Needs in the English-speaking Caribbean. Presented at the Ninth Meeting of CARICOM Chief Veterinary Officers, Trelawny, Jamaica. March 17-18, 2009.
  3. Webb, L.A.W., (2008). Rabies Eradication: A hemispheric Mission. Presented at the Merial Rabies Symposium, Tuskegee, Alabama. October 18, 2008.
  4. L.A.W., (2008) Microbial threats to the Safety of Food Products in Trade between the Latin America-Caribbean region, the USA and other countries. Presented at the Caribbean Food Crops Society/West Indies Agricultural Economics (CFCS/CAES) Conference. Miami Beach, Florida. July 13-17, 2008.

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