S., Duke University Date of appointment: January 2012 Dr. Some of her most recent research includes her participation in the research group based at the University of Manchester and Stanford University that utilizes the National Linear Accelerator at Stanford University to study the anatomy of extinct dinosaurs in an attempt to compare it to the anatomy of birds. Rosenthal did her internship and residency training at The Animal Medical Center. S., Environmental Health and Sciences Drexel University, Philadelphia Dr. She has a strong interest and experience in small animal nutrition and marine mammal medicine.

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She has authored over 80 publications on a range of scientific topics. Rosenthal is an invited speaker both nationally and internationally and can currently be seen on National Geographic Channel's "Jurassic CSI" discussing birds, reptiles, and dinosaurs.

Previously she was the Founding and National Director of Avian and Exotic Animal Services for Antech Diagnostics and a staff member for five years on the Avian and Exotic Service at The Animal Medical Center in New York City. Rosenthal has received numerous awards for her work, including the Daniels Award for Excellence in Small Mammal Endocrinology, The NC State Alumni of the Year Award in 2003, the Exotic DVM of the Year (2010), and the University of Pennsylvania Excellence in Teaching Award.

She has also served as the Medical Director of the Veterinary Hospital at the University of Pennsylvania. Rosenthal is a member of the AVMA Council on Veterinary Services and a recent past president of the Association of Avian Veterinarians.

Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, School of Veterinary Medicine D. Rosenthal served as Associate Professor and was founding Director and Section Chief of Special Species Medicine at the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

Associate Professor of Veterinary Clinical Sciences D. Her clinical interest is in equine medicine and surgery, including equine dentistry. Darby serves as the coordinator of the school’s Clinical Teaching Facility, where students have their anatomy laboratories as well as the clinical skills, surgery and medicine course laboratories. His research interests have focused on bone grafts in skeletal repair, use of negative pressure therapy for repair of large tissue wounds and various treatment approaches to correct skeletal problems including hip dysplasia.

Darby had three years experience in surgery and medicine in a practice on Grand Cayman, including emergency medicine duties. Following his residency he has been serving as the Chief Surgeon at New York City Veterinary Specialties, Brooklyn, NY.

He was named Emeritus Professor of Anatomy on his retirement in 2003, after which he moved to Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine where he taught anatomy until the end of 2009. Matthew’s University in January 2010, where he is professor of anatomy with an interest in developing research projects in cardiovascular anatomy and the effects of parasites on animals. She has extensive training in small and large animal pathology, particularly equine.

He then joined the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine at Onderstepoort from 1993-2003, teaching gross anatomy of both large and small animals. His areas of interest in research are in viral pathogenesis, viral immunology, immunopathology, neurovirology, immunosuppression and immunomodulation, autoimmunity, toxicology, antivirals and vaccine efficacy. She completed her residency training at the University of Kentucky, Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, and now is board eligible.

After two years as an instructor with the Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology at Colorado State University, Dr.

Dickinson received the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Colorado State University in 1988.

She also has an extensive parasite collection, which she loves to show students!