Dr. Ann Hohenhaus is a third generation veterinarian who received a BS from St. Mary's College of Maryland, with honors, Phi Beta Kappa and her DVM from Cornell University. She has achieved American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine board certification in both Oncology and Small Animal Internal Medicine. In 2014, Dr. Hohenhaus was honored by the Foundation for Biomedical Research with a DeBakey Award for Excellence in Journalism for “Dogs Go To Bat Against Lou Gehrig’s Disease.”
Dr. Hohenhaus practices veterinary medicine at The Animal Medical Center. She has written extensively on oncology and transfusion medicine and is listed as an author on 33 publications in the disciplines of oncology, internal medicine and transfusion medicine, including: squamous cell carcinoma, mast cell tumors, melanoma, exocrine pancreatic insufficiency, and anemia. She authored 16 veterinary textbook chapters with three more currently in press and a manuscript in press on canine soft tissue sarcomas.
Dr. Hohenhaus serves as the hospital’s spokesperson, speaking to national media outlets about issues related to veterinary medicine. She writes a pet owner educational blog for The AMC and writes for Vetstreet.com. She served as a blogger for WebMD and has created content for publications such as Ladies Home Journal and Real Simple Magazine.
Dr. Hohenhaus lectures nationally and internationally, most recently in the Netherlands and in Cape Town, South Africa.
- Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Oncology), 1991
- Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Small Animal Internal Medicine), 1995
- BS - St. Mary's College of Maryland, St. Mary's City, MD, 1981, with honors, Phi Beta Kappa
- DVM - Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, 1985
- Hohenhaus AE, Kelsey J, Haddad J, Barber L, Palmisano M, Farrelly J, Soucy A. Canine cutaneous and subcutaneous soft tissue sarcoma: Evidence based review. J Am Anim Hosp Assoc.
- Wiles VS, Hohenhaus AE, Lamb K, Zaidi B, Liebman NF, Camps M. Retrospective evaluation of toceranib phosphate (Palladia ®) in cats with oral squamous cell carcinoma. J Fel Med Surg, abstract.
- Verrilli AM, Hohenhaus AE, DVM, Le Roux AE, Donovan TA. What’s your diagnosis? Diaphragmatic hernia in a cat with transitional cell carcinoma. J Am Vet Med Assoc, in press.
- Hohenhaus A, Kelsey J, Haddad J, Barber L, Palmisano M, Farrelly J, Soucy A. Canine cutaneous and subcutaneous soft tissue sarcoma: Evidence based review. J Am Anim Hosp Assoc, in press.
- Feline exocrine pancreatic insufficiency: 16 cases (1992-2007) Thompson KA, Parnell, NK, Hohenhaus AE, et al. J Feline Med Surg 2009 June 23 epub ahead of print.
- Hohenhaus A. Neoplastic conditions of the esophagus. In: Steiner J (Ed). Small Animal Gastroenterology. Schlutersche, Hanover, 2008, pp 151-153.
- Hohenhaus A. Neoplastic conditions of the stomach. In: Steiner J (Ed). Small Animal Gastroenterology. Schlutersche, Hanover, 2008, pp 176179.
- Dobson J, Hohenhaus A, Peaston A. Cancer chemotherapy. In: Maddison J, Page R, Church D (Eds). Small Animal Clinical Pharmacology, Saunders Elsevier, Edinburgh, 2nd edition. 2008, pp 330-366
- White CR, Hohenhaus AE, Kelsey J. Canine cutaneous mast cell tumors: Associations with sex, neuter status, and breed. J Vet Int Med 2008;22:705
- DiResta GR, Aiken SW, Brown HK, Bergman PJ, Hohenhaus A, Healey JH. Influence of carboplatin infusion on osteosarcoma blood flow. Cancer Chemother Pharmacol. 2008;62:545-9.
- DiResta GR, Aiken SW, Brown HK, Bergman PJ, Hohenhaus A, Ehrhart EJ, Baer K, Healey JH. Use of an artificial lymphatic system during carboplatin infusion to improve canine osteosarcoma blood flow and clinical response. Ann Surg Oncol. 2007;14:2411-21.