Lindsey Knox, DVM, MPH

Assistant Professor, Community Medicine, Veterinary Clinical Sciences
Lindsay Knox



DVM, University of Minnesota

MPH, University of Minnesota

Licensures and Certifications

Certification in Public Health

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Dr. Lindsey Knox is an assistant professor in Community Medicine working in partnership with the University of Minnesota and local community organizations. Dr. Knox has a background in community and nonprofit small animal clinical practice, shelter medicine, and public health. She has a special interest in mental health and well-being in the veterinary community. The combination of these interests and experiences has led to a passion for client connection, preventative care, and quality of life while understanding people’s unique social determinants of health.Her ultimate goal is to support the human-animal bond between owners and pets by providing care unique to each family. Working with veterinary students creates the opportunity to practice and teach incremental care medicine while strengthening clinical skills and confidence in students!


Research summary/interests

  • Access to veterinary care
  • Population health and preventative care in a community medicine setting
  • Mental health and well-being in veterinary medicine


Clinical interests

  • General practice and preventative care
  • Community medicine
  • Public health in small animal clinical practice
  • Social work topics in the veterinary medical sphere