Meghan C. Slanina, DVM, is a resident in neurology and neurosurgery at Cornell University Hospital for Animals. Upon her residency completion, she will join MedVet Cincinnati. Her clinical interests are in veterinary neurology, including neoplastic and inflammatory brain disease. Dr. Slanina completed internships with BluePearl Florida and Gulf Coast Veterinary Neurology and Neurosurgery. She earned he DVM from The Ohio State University.
Peter V. Scrivani, DVM, DACVR, is associate professor in the department of clinical sciences at Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. His research focus is the use of imaging techniques to advance understanding of head and neck disorders in animals.
Dwight D. Bowman, MS, PhD, is president of the Companion Animal Parasite Council. He has been on faculty at Cornell University as a parasitologist since 1987. Dr. Bowman’s work concentrates on the control of parasites in domestic animals and the study of parasite biology as it relates to control. His interests include soil-transmitted parasite and pathogens, wildlife parasites, and visceral larva migrans. Dr. Bowman earned his degrees from Tulane University.