Department of Large Animal Medicine, Large Animal Emergency and Critical Care Service, Veterinary Teaching Hospital
Department Head of Large Animal Medicine, Snyder Distinguished Professor in Large Animal Medicine and Surgery

Emergency Medicine/Critical Care | Medicine | Surgery


Research Interests

  • ​Gastro-Intestinal disease
  • Emergency and Critical Care
  • Coagulation
  • Pharmacokinetics

Educational Background

  • DVM University of California at Davis, 2002
  • BA Princeton University, 1998

Teaching Experience

  • ​LAMS 5250 Clinical Techniques in Large Animal Medicine and Surgery
  • LAMS 5465 Large Animal Emergency Medicines and Surgery Elective
  • LAMS 5410 and 5420 Large Animal Medicine and Surgery Clinical Rotations
  • LAMS 5363 Large Animal Emergency Medicine and Surgery
  • LAMS 5150 Large Animal Physical Diagnosis
  • LAMS 5240 Problems in Large Animal Medicine
  • LAMS 5375 Equine Surgery I: Musculoskeletal
  • LAMS 5380 Large Animal Advanced Surgical Techniques
  • LAMS 5314 Large Animal Neurology
  • SAMS 5100 Emergency and Critical Care Basics
  • SAMS 5250 General Surgery Practicum

Selected Publications

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