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Medical Imaging

Kari Anderson, Associate Clinical Professor and Section Chief

Dr. Anderson received her D.V.M. from the University of Minnesota, completed a small animal rotating internship at North Carolina State University, and completed her radiology residency at the University of Tennessee. Prior to her radiology residency, Dr. Anderson practiced for two years at a small animal veterinary hospital in Minnesota. Her special interests include clinical applications of radiology, nuclear medicine and ultrasound. Dr. Anderson has 17 years of radiology experience. 

Daniel Feeney, Professor

Dr. Feeney received his D.V.M. from Colorado State University, completed a small animal rotating internship at Purdue University, and completed his master’s degree and radiology residency at the University of Georgia. His special interests include the use of imaging techniques (particularly radiography, ultrasonography, and computed tomography) to conduct medical work-ups and investigate spontaneous disease. Dr. Feeney has 35 years of radiology experience.

Christopher Ober, Assistant Clinical Professor 

Dr. Ober received his D.V.M. from North Carolina State University, completed a small animal rotating internship at Tufts University, and completed his PhD and radiology residency at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. His special interests include musculoskeletal imaging and the use of computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging to evaluate spontaneously occurring disease. Dr. Ober has 9 years of radiology experience. 

Megan Maclellan, Resident



 
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