Larry R. Engelking
Professor of Physiology
Department of Biomedical Sciences
PhD - Kansas State University
MS - Idaho State University
BS - Idaho State University
General Research Interest
Although no longer actively engaged in research, Dr. Engelking's past research studies and writings have focused on a broad spectrum of both human and animal hepatic physiological control mechanisms. Included have been investigations of both exogenous and endogenous solute transport across liver cells, mechanisms of equine fasting hyperbilirubinemia, bile acid clearance and pool size studies in human patients with liver disease, effects of volatile anesthestics on equine liver function, comparative pharmacokinetics of lipophilic drugs in horses and humans, and enterohepatic cycling of drugs in ponies.
Lecturer and Director of the Physiological Chemistry course (VET 102) for first year veterinary students.
Lecturer and Director of the Physiology course (VET 110) for first year veterinary students.
Engelking LR: Metabolic and Endocrine Physiology, 3rd edition, Jackson, WY: Teton NewMedia, 2012.
Engelking LR: Textbook of Veterinary Physiological Chemistry, updated 2nd edition, Burlington, MA: Elsevier/Academic Press, 2011.
Engelking LR: Review of Veterinary Physiology, 1st edition, Jackson, WY: Teton NewMedia, 2002.
- Engelking LR: Human Physiology Prep, 1st edition, Westboro, MA: Datachem Software, Inc., 2007.