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Department of Clinical Sciences

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.

  • Faculty are dedicated to excellence in teaching and contribute to classroom and laboratory teaching throughout the curriculum.
  • Substantial effort is provided towards clinical training of DVM professional students, interns and residents through faculty's professional service in the Cornell University Hospital for Animals (CUHA).
  • Both clinical and basic research are highly valued and faculty strive 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.

Congratulations To:

  • Dr. Rolfe Radcliffe, promoted to Senior Lecturer, Sections of Large Animal Surgery and Emergency & Critical Care
  • Dr. Heidi Reesink, appointed Harry M. Zweig Assistant Professor of Equine Health
  • Dr. Galina Hayes, recipient of the 2018 DCS Innovative Teaching Award
  • Dr. Santiago Peralta, recipient of the Jaguar Award for Excellence in Teaching and Research of Companion or Wild Animal Odontology
  • Dr. Jordyn Boesch, promoted to Senior Lecturer, Section of Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine

Welcome New Faculty:

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