Resident Veterinarian Research Studies | 2021
Clinical research that seeks to improve the lives of pets and their families is central to the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center’s non-profit mission. As part of our prestigious postgraduate residency programs, Resident Veterinarians undertake original research studies with intent to publish in peer-reviewed journals as part of their preparation for board certification.
Learn more about our 2021 graduating Resident Veterinarians’ research studies below.
Dr. Eunbee Kim | Resident Veterinarian in Diagnostic Imaging
Comparison of artificial intelligence to the veterinary radiologist’s diagnosis of canine cardiogenic pulmonary edema
Dr. Eunbee Kim, Senior Veterinarian in the Diagnostic Imaging Service at Schwarzman Animal Medical Center, discusses the research project she did comparing the accuracy, sensitivity, and specificity of an AI-based software to a board-certified veterinary radiologist in diagnosing canine cardiogenic pulmonary edema from thoracic radiographs.
Dr. Kim completed her research project while a resident at Schwarzman AMC, and her findings were published in the May/June 2022 Issue of Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound.
Dr. Naina Dinesh | Resident Veterinarian in Internal Medicine
Preliminary investigation into serum zonulin in dogs with chronic enteropathies
Dr. Naina Dinesh, graduating resident at the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center, discusses her research project and her residency.
Dr. Madison McKay | Resident Veterinarian in Internal Medicine
Canine urine banding patterns as a biomarker for glomerulonephritis and glomerular disease in dogs
Dr. Madison McKay, graduating resident at the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center, discusses her research on finding early biomarkers for diagnosing kidney disease and her AMC residency.
Dr. Chelsea O’Toole | Resident Veterinarian in Diagnostic Imaging
Radiographic (x-ray) features of subungual keratoacanthomas in dogs
Dr. Chelsea O’Toole, graduating resident in Schwarzman AMC’s Diagnostic Imaging Service, discusses her research project on a rare type of tumor that looks concerning on x-rays but is actually benign. She also talks about her key takeaways from her AMC residency.
Dr. Amanda LaRose | Resident Veterinarian in Cardiology
The clinical, radiographic, echocardiographic, and pathologic findings of dogs that are diagnosed with left atrial tears
Dr. Amanda La Rose, graduating resident in the Cardiology Service at the Schwarzman Animal Medical Center, discusses her research project and her AMC residency.Back to top