Anisha Jambhekar, DVMLimited to the Practice of Internal Medicine
    Education:

    Dr. Jambhekar received her bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences in 2009 and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2012, both from Texas A&M University.

    Experience:

    Dr. Jambhekar completed a rotating small animal medicine/surgery internship at Louisiana State University (LSU) in June 2013, as well as a small animal internal medicine residency at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign in July 2016. During her residency, she conducted research in the field of metabolomics, an emerging field important for disease detection/biomarker development.

    WVRC:

    What she enjoys most about working at WVRC…“I realized how much I like internal medicine during my clinical rotations in veterinary school. This specialty also allows me to build relationships with the families of the pets I treat.”

    Affiliations:

    American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
    American Veterinary Medical Association

    Professional Interests:

    Gastrointestinal disease – especially protein-losing enteropathy – and immune-mediated disease

    Honors/Awards:

    Nestle Purina Residents’ Research Grant, 2013

    Research & Publications:

    Cook A, Jambhekar A, Dylewski A. Gallbladder sludge in dogs: ultrasonographic and clinical findings in 2000 patients. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association 2016; 52 (3): 125-131.

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