DVM, Diplomate ACVD
Pasadena, CA, USA
2016- present Pasadena, CA
Dermatology referral services to veterinarians, clients and patients
Training of ACVD residents and veterinary students in clinical dermatology and didactic course
Veterinary Resident Animal Dermatology Clinic
2013-2016 Pasadena, CA
Supervisor: John Angus, DVM, DACVD
Dermatology referral services to veterinarians, clients and patients. High volume practice, heavy caseload (> 300 cases per year), primary care, state of the art facility and technology. Instruct veterinary students for Western University of Health Sciences.
Veterinary Intern VCA Sacramento Veterinary Referral Center
2012-2013 Sacramento, CA
Supervisor: Melissa Fetner, DVM, DACVECC and Kari Moore, DVM, DACVECC
High volume practice (20,000+ cases per year), twenty specialists, eight interns, long established hospital with state of the art critical-care facility and technology, independent emergency work with heavy case load.
Education Doctor of Veterinary Medicine Western University of Health Sciences
2012 Pomona, CA
Bachelor of Science University of California-Davis
in Animal Science Davis, CA 2007
2016 Dong C, Angus J, Scarampella F, Neradilek M. Evaluation of dermoscopy in the diagnosis of naturally occurring dermatophytosis. Accepted for publication in Veterinary Dermatology.
2013 Dong TC, Fahie MA. What’s your diagnosis? Hypospadiasis in a dog. J Am Vet Med Assoc 2012; 241: 1025-1026.
2016 Peter J. Ihrke’s Research Award for Clinical Science Research for “Evaluation of dermatophyte screening tests: Wood’s lamp, direct examination, dermoscopy and fungal culture in cats.” Abstract published in Veterinary Dermatology. May 2016 (Vol 27).
2014 Hill’s Pet Nutrition Externship Recipient
2011 1st place in American Board of Veterinary Practitioners’ 20th Annual Student Case Report Contest for paper entitled “Diagnosis of Hypospadias in a Dog Using Cystourethrogram.” Award published in JAVMA July 1, 2011 (Vol 239; No.1).
Leadership Chairperson American College of Veterinary Dermatology (ACVD) Resident Committee
2015-2016 Planned, managed, and supervised resident breakfast. Liaison between residents and
Secretary Veterinary Dermatology Resident Committee
2014-2015 Planned, managed, and supervised resident lunch. Recorded for the meeting.
VBMA- Veterinary Business Management Association
Planned, managed, and supervised events for more than 100 people.
Student Representative Pfizer Animal Health
Served as a liaison between Western University and Pfizer. Coordinated, planned, managed and supervised events and wet labs for more than 100 people with Candace Sousa (DVM, ABVP, ACVD) and Mona Rosenberg (ACVIM-oncology).
“Allergic Dermatitis: Atopic Dermatitis Focus + Cytology” + Wetlab
“Don’t Fear the Ears” Monterey Park, CA
“Atopic Dermatitis: Current Concepts and Therapies” Highland Park, CA June 2016
`Evaluation of Dermatophyte Screening Tests: Wood’s Lamp, Direct
Examination, Dermoscopy and Fungal Culture in Cats`. Free Communication. World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology. Bordeaux, France.
“Melanogenesis” Resident Training Day. Animal Dermatology Clinic, CA.
Cytology Wet Lab for veterinarians in Southern California at Western University of Health Sciences College of Veterinary Medicine. Pomona, CA.
“Wound Healing”. Resident Training Day. Animal Dermatology Clinic, CA.
“Macrophages and Histiocytes”. Resident Training Day. Animal Dermatology
“Antibody and Hypersensitivity Reactions”. Resident Training Day. Animal
Dermatology Clinic, CA.
Cytology Wet Lab for veterinarians at Animal Dermatology Clinic’s Veterinary
Dermatology Forum. Coronado, CA.
“Vasculitis”. Resident Training Day. Animal Dermatology Clinic, CA.
“Large Animal Viral Diseases”. Resident Training Day. Animal Dermatology Clinic, CA.
“Mast Cells”. Resident Training Day. Animal Dermatology Clinic, CA.
November 2013 “Cornification”. Resident Training Day. Animal Dermatology Clinic, CA.
• Board certified diplomate in the American College of Veterinary Dermatology (2016-current)
• Animal Veterinary Medical Association (2008-current)