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Jillian Haines

Jillian Haines

Associate ProfessorInternal MedicineSmall Animal      

Dr. Jillian Haines is boarded in small animal internal medicine and her research focuses on canine megaesophagus as well as platelet function and therapy. Through her work in improving management of canine megaesophagus, she is able to offer owners unique evaluation and therapeutic options for their pets. She is an active member of both the college and regional teaching academy and is dedicated to continuing to improve veterinary education.

Education  

  • MS, Mississippi State University, 2014
  • DVM, Washington State University, 2009
  • BS, University of Idaho, 2006
  • BS, University of Idaho, 2005

Certifications  

  • Board certified, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, (Diplomate ACVIM), small animal internal medicine

Research Interests  

  • Canine megaesophagus with a focus on management
  • Platelet function and their role in disease and disease therapy
  • Patient Blood Management and Hemovigilance

Publications 

Pubmed.gov 

Professional Service  

  • WSU College of Veterinary Medicine Teaching Academy
  • Teaching Academy of the Consortium of West Region Colleges of Veterinary Medicine

Honors and Awards  

  • Newbrey Teaching Award 2017

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