Christoph Mülling is a veterinarian and a clinical anatomist with a passion for teaching and lameness research. He graduated with a DVM degree from the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Free University in Berlin, Germany, in 1988. After 6 years in a large animal practice, he returned to the Free University earning a German Dr med vet degree in Veterinary Medicine in 1993. Subsequently he received his Post Doc training in Berlin, Cornell and Japan. Since then he has been active with academic research and teaching.
In 2006, Mülling accepted a position as associated professor in Clinical Veterinary Anatomy at the University of Nottingham. In 2007, he joined the University of Calgary as a professor of Veterinary Anatomy, serving as the associated dean curriculum from 2008 to 2010. He accepted the position of professor of veterinary anatomy at the University of Leipzig, Germany, in 2010. His group is working mainly in 3 areas:
pathogenesis and pathomechanisms of diseases of the bovine, equine and porcine foot and biomechanics and analysis of locomotion in cattle, horses and pigs;