Rollin has lectured more than 800 times on animal ethics, genetic engineering, animal pain, animal research, animal agriculture,
veterinary ethics and other topics in bioethics and philosophy to audiences of medical researchers, attorneys, psychologists,
philosophers, veterinarians, animal advocates, ranchers, farmers, government officials, students and lay people in the U.S.,
Canada, England, Scotland, Italy, Poland, Holland, Australia, New Zealand, Sweden, and South Africa. He is the author of more
than 175 papers and 10 books, of which the best known is Animal Rights and Human Morality, which won an Outstanding Book of
the Year Award from the American Association of University Libraries.
Dr. Bertone is professor of equine medicine at Western University of Health Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine. He received
his DVM and BS degrees (nutrition concentration) from Cornell University (1983). He completed a residency-training program,
and a MS degree at Colorado State University. He served on the faculties of Louisiana State University and The Ohio State
University, in addition to the Food and Drug Administration Center for Veterinary Medicine. He was recently nominated for
the AVMA Council on Biologics and Therapeutic Agents, representing equine practice.