Dr. Kimberly Lo

University of California,
Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine
DVM, Diplomate ACVD

EDUCATION/LICENSURE/PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATION
American College of Veterinary Dermatology, Diplomate 2016
CA Veterinary Medicine Licensure 2012-present
University of California, Davis, School of Veterinary Medicine, DVM 2012

University of California, San Diego
BS, General Biology with a Minor in Latin American Studies 2006

CLINICAL TRAINING
Animal Dermatology Clinic, Tustin, CA 2013-2016
Resident

VCA San Francisco Veterinary Specialists, San Francisco, CA 2012-2013
Intern

LEADERSHIP EXPERIENCE:
Education Representative, ACVD Resident Committee 2014-2016

PUBLICATIONS:
Lo, K and WS Rosenkrantz. Topical Therapy for Pruritus, House Dust Mites and their Control, and Pyotraumatic Dermatitis (Hot Spots). In: Kirk & Bonagura’s CURRENT VETERINARY THERAPY XVI. In progress.

Lo, K and WS Rosenkrantz. Evaluation of cytological collection techniques and prevalence of Malassezia yeast and bacteria in claw folds of normal and allergic dogs. Vet Dermatol. 2016 Aug;27(4):279-e67. Abstract presented at WCVD 8 in Bordeaux, France, June 2016.

Lo, KL, RA Kimball, J Lehmanna, LJ Gershwin, C Worby, LB.Corbeil. Antibody responses of calves to Histophilus somni recombinant IbpA subunits. Comparative Immunology, Microbiology & Infectious Diseases. 2012 Sep;35(5):453-9. Epub 2012 May 2.

Geertsema, RS, B Zekarias, LL Scheuch, C Worby, R Russo, LJ Gershwin, DS Herdman, K Lo, LB Corbeil. IbpA DR2 subunit immunization protects calves against Histophilus somni pneumonia. Vaccine 29 (2011): 4805-4812.

Geertsema, RS, C Worby, RP Kruger, Y Tagawa, R Russo, DS Herdman, K Lo, RA Kimball, J Dixon, LB Corbeil. Protection of mice against H. somni septicemia by vaccination with recombinant immunoglobulin binding protein subunits. Vaccine 26 (2008): 4506-4512.

AWARDS AND HONORS:
Novartis Resident’s Research Grant 2014
Dr. Myron H. Schaffer Memorial Scholarship, for proficiency in dermatology 2012

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS:
Southern California Veterinary Medical Association (SCVMA) 2014-present
American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) 2008-present

RECENT CONTINUING EDUCATION ATTENDED:
North American Veterinary Dermatology Forum, Orlando, FL 2017
World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology, Bordeaux, France 2016
North American Veterinary Dermatology Forum, Nashville, TN 2015
American Academy of Dermatology Annual Meeting, San Francisco, CA 2015
North American Veterinary Dermatology Forum, Phoenix, AZ 2014

RECENT CONTINUING EDUCATION GIVEN:
90th Western Veterinary Conference, Las Vegas, NV scheduled 2018
Demodex: Past, Present, Future
How to Take the Fight Out of Dermatophytes: Diagnosis and Treatment of Dermatophytosis
What’s New From the Latest North American Veterinary Dermatology Forum (NAVDF)
Getting a Handle on Canine Pyoderma

5th Annual Dermatology Forum for Veterinarians, Dana Point, CA 2017
Flea Control for the 21st Century

Cytology Wet Lab, World Congress of Veterinary Dermatology 8, Bordeaux, France 2016
25-microscope set up to identify key cytological features from clinical cases

Cytology Wet Lab, Stanbridge College, Irvine, CA 2016
25-microscope set up to identify key cytological features from clinical cases

Camp Pendelton Veterinary Hospital, Camp Pendelton, CA 2016
Allergies, Pruritus, and the Minimum Database, Oh my!

Cytology Wet Lab, Chula Vista, CA and Pomona, CA 2015
25-microscope set up to identify key cytological features from clinical cases

OBVMA Meeting, Riverside, CA 2015
Case presentations: Real World Dermatology

SCVMA Cytology Wet Lab, Irvine, CA 2015
25-microscope set up to identify key cytological features from clinical cases

SCVMA Paraprofessional Meeting, Irvine, CA 2014
Skin/ear Diseases for Veterinary Technicians

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