Appointed Assistant Professor of Emergency & Critical Care
Promoted to Lecturer of Emergency & Critical Care
University of Kentucky Gluck Equine Research Hall of Fame inductee
Recipient of the 2016 DCS Innovative Teaching Award
Appointed Assistant Professor of Zoological Medicine
Promoted to Senior Lecturer, Section of Zoological Medicine
State University of New York 2016 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Faculty Service
Dr. Margaret C. McEntee
Alexander de Lahunta Chair of the
Department of Clinical Sciences
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The Department of Clinical Sciences in Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine is largely composed of residency trained veterinarians who are board certified in a clinical specialty. The department endeavors to balance its threefold missions of teaching, service and research.
The department is dedicated to excellence in teaching and contributes to classroom and laboratory teaching throughout the curriculum.
In addition, most faculty members provide substantial effort towards clinical training of DVM professional students, interns and residents through their professional service in the Cornell University Hospital for Animals (CUHA).
The department highly values both clinical and basic research and strives to enhance the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of animal disease, promote animal health and productivity, and take advantage of our unique access to naturally-occurring clinical disease in order to explore mechanisms of fundamental importance to biomedical science.
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Welcome New Faculty
Patrick Carney, Assistant Professor, Section of Community Practice Service
Diego Portela, Lecturer, Section of Anesthesia