Georgina M. Newbold, DVM, is a comparative ophthalmology resident in the small animal clinical sciences department at University of Tennessee. Dr. Newbold earned her DVM from University of California, Davis, and was a 2014 student award recipient of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists. Her areas of interest are feline keratitis and postphacoemulsification complications in dogs.
Diane Van Horn Hendrix, DVM, DACVO, is professor of comparative ophthalmology in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences at University of Tennessee, Knoxville. Her research interests include physiology, infectious organisms, and pharmacology in the pathogenesis and treatment of corneal ulcers in dogs and horses. She earned her DVM from University of Tennessee before completing a small animal internship at North Carolina State University and spending 2 years in a small animal private practice in Durham, North Carolina. She subsequently completed an ophthalmology residency at University of Florida and joined the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, faculty.