Daniel K. Langlois, DVM, DACVIM (SAIM), is an associate professor and head of the small animal internal medicine service at Michigan State University. Dr. Langlois earned his DVM from Louisiana State University, completed an internship at The Ohio State University, and completed a residency at Michigan State University. His interests include endocrinology, liver diseases, and GI diseases.
Harry Cridge, MVB, MS, MRCVS, DACVIM (SAIM), is an assistant professor of small animal internal medicine at Michigan State University. He earned his veterinary medical degree from University College Dublin in Ireland. Dr. Cridge also completed a small animal rotating internship, earned his MS, and completed an internal medicine residency at Mississippi State University. His clinical and research interests are in exocrine pancreatic disease, gastroenterology, and infectious disease.