David Moore received his bachelor’s degree and master’s degree from Louisiana Tech University and a D.V.M. from Louisiana State University. He is a Diplomate in the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine. Moore serves as Attending Veterinarian and VP for Research Compliance. Moore holds or has held grants researching biocompatibility of implantable biotelemetry devices, animal welfare education, and epidemiology of rabies in Virginia. He authored or co-authored 27 book chapters and reviews, served as a reviewer for five professional journals, and presented invited lectures at national and international scientific meetings. He developed and established the Lab Animal Medicine Residency Program, whose graduates went on to successful careers in lab animal medicine for the government, at universities, and in the private sector. In his role as associate vice president for research compliance at VT, Moore developed, organized, and established the Office of Research Compliance. He oversaw the transition to electronic submission/records/databases and compliance with federal laws, regulations, and guidelines related to animal research, human subjects, recombinant DNA and biosafety, radiation safety, export and secure research compliance, and research integrity. Moore participated in the design of and oversaw the commissioning and opening of three new vivarium facilities, and assisted in the process leading to the initial full accreditation of the College of Veterinary Medicine by the Association for Assessment and Accreditation of Laboratory Animal Care International. At the NIMML Institute, Moore oversees IRB, IACUC and IBC research compliance activities.