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Sabrina Hoehne

Sabrina Hoehne

Assistant ProfessorEmergency & Critical CareSmall Animal  

Dr. Sabrina Hoehne is a faculty clinician in the Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care service and is board certified by the American and European colleges of Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care.  Dr. Hoehne graduated veterinary school in Zurich, Switzerland in 2010 and then spent some time at Cornell University, completing a doctoral degree in 2012. Following a small animal rotating internship at Oregon State University, she completed her emergency and critical care specialty internship and residency training at the University of California, Davis in 2017. She then stayed at UC Davis for another year to complete a postdoctoral research fellowship in pulmonary medicine in 2018. Her research interests include cardiopulmonary resuscitation outcomes of dogs and cats, electrolyte and acid base abnormalities, and intravenous fluid therapy. Dr. Hoehne is a Reassessment Campaign on Veterinary Resuscitation (RECOVER) certified CPR instructor and a member of the Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society.

Education

  • Dr. med. vet., Cornell University and University of Zurich, 2012
  • Med. vet., University of Zurich, Switzerland, 2010

Certifications

  • Board certified, European College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (Diplomate ECVECC), 2019
  • Board certified, American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care (Diplomate ACVECC), 2017

Research Interests 

  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation
  • Intravenous fluid therapy
  • Electrolyte and acid base disturbances
  • Mechanical ventilation

Publications

Pubmed.gov 

Professional Service

Honors and Awards

  • UC Davis Research and Education in Advanced Clinical Health (REACH) Fellowship Award 2017
  • VECCS Steve Haskins Memorial Scholarship Award 2016