Webinars for the whole veterinary team
Respiratory Red Herrings: If not primary lung disease, then what?
Approved for 1 hour of NYSED credit
November 10, 2021
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Time: 20:00 EST
DVM, DACVIM-Small Animal Internal Medicine
Assistant Professor, Small Animal Internal Medicine
Originally from Puerto Rico, a graduate of Tuskegee University (DVM), Dr. Aida Vientós-Plotts completed specialty and postdoctoral training at Auburn University and the University of Missouri. She joined the MU faculty in 2020 and is currently an Assistant Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine. Her research interests include investigation of the respiratory microbiota in health and infectious or inflammatory airway diseases of dogs and cats, influence of antimicrobials and probiotics on the respiratory microbiota. Her clinical interests include respiratory and gastrointestinal diseases and the link between these two systems in health and disease. Dr. Vientós-Plotts is one of the co-founders and currently serves on the board of directors of a non-profit organization - Veterinarians for Puerto Rico. Since it’s inception in 2017 this organization has facilitated over 20,000 spay/neuters and vaccinated close to 16,000 dogs and cats and continues to spearhead efforts to help tackle the overpopulation of dogs and cats on the Island. While she wears many hats her favorite is “mamá” to her son and daughter and she enjoys spending time with them the most.
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