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Dr. Jordan Ford was raised in West Virginia and earned his undergraduate degree in psychology from Harvard University. He worked for three years after graduation as a research coordinator at the New York State Psychiatric Institute’s Anxiety Disorders Clinic but ultimately decided to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. After obtaining his doctorate from Cornell University, Dr. Ford completed a one year internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the Animal Medical Center. He is now honored to be the AMC’s first formal resident in dentistry and oral surgery. The AMC’s Dentistry Service remains the only such specialty service in New York City, and Dr. Ford is excited to support the department in continuing to set the standard for veterinary oral healthcare.
- BA in Psychology – Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 2008
- DVM – Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, Ithaca, NY, 2018
- Rotating Internship in Medicine and Surgery – The Animal Medical Center, New York, NY 2018 – 2019
- Residency in Dentistry and Oral Surgery – The Animal Medical Center, New York, NY, 2019 – present
Molesan, A., Goodman, L.,Ford, J., Lovering, S. J., & Kelly, K. (2019). The Causes of Canine Myocarditis and Myocardial Fibrosis Are Elusive by Targeted Molecular Testing: Retrospective Analysis and Literature Review. Veterinary pathology,56(5), 761-777.
Ford, J., McEndaffer, L., Renshaw, R., Molesan, A., & Kelly, K. (2017). Parvovirus infection is associated with myocarditis and myocardial fibrosis in young dogs. Veterinary pathology, 54(6), 964-971.