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An Evening With A Veterinarian
“Hay and Grain and Supplements! Oh My! What should I feed my horse?”
Speaker: Dr. Katie Mullen
Date: February 27, 2019 and March 4, 2019
Location: Littleton Equine Medical Center conference room
Availability: Feb 27 – 25 seats, March 4 – 25 seats
RSVP to 303-794-6359 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Katie Mullen grew up in Evergreen and spent her summers on her family’s cattle ranch near Paonia. Following vet school, Dr. Mullen was an associate at a large animal ambulatory practice in Central Massachusetts. While she enjoyed the challenges and rewards of ambulatory practice, one day she received a call inviting her back to Cornell to pursue a residency in Large Animal Internal Medicine.
During Dr. Mullen’s residency and instructorship, she has had the opportunity to present research findings at the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine Forum in Nashville, TN and the Colic Symposium in Dublin, Ireland, and has published research findings in several veterinary journals. She received advanced training in transboundary animal diseases and has had the opportunity to teach both veterinary students at Cornell and veterinary agents in Haiti. Her special interests include equine neonatology and gastroenterology, but she truly enjoys all aspects of internal medicine.