Current Professional Activities
- Research Professor, Exotics Service, University Hospital of the French National Veterinary School at Alfort, Maisons-Alfort, France, 2014–present
- Founding Member & Director, The Warren Institute (a non-profit clinical research foundation), Ossining, NY, 1997–present
- Adjunct Associate Professor, Zoological Companion Animal Medicine, Foster Small Animal Hospital, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine, Tufts University, Grafton, MA, 2007–present
- Consultant & Attending Veterinarian to small biotechnology companies and research institutes in the New York area
- Column Author/Clinical Editor/Editorial Board Member The Veterinarian, Australia, 2005–present
Past Professional Activities
- Clinical Editor/Editorial Board Member of Lab Animal, (1987-2013)
- Consulting Veterinarian to the Avian & Exotic Pet Service, & Member of the Department of Medicine, E & M Bobst Hospital, The Animal Medical Center, NY (1996–2000)
- Guest Curator in Mammalogy, The American Museum of Natural History, NY (1989–2001)
- Adjunct Assistant & Associate Professor, Veterinary Technology Program, La Guardia Community College of City University of New York (1983-2000)
- Adjunct Assistant & Associate Professor, Department of Pathology, New York State College of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY (1983-1997)
- No biological ones, but constant stream of friends and relatives back-packing offspring living in my apartment
- None as I am allergic to most furred creatures. As Gary Larson put it "When careers and allergies collide…"
- Non-English speaking theater, Baroque opera, Modern dance, Flemish painting, Japanese woodwork. Why do you think I live in New York and Paris?
- "Cherish life wherever you come upon it." —St Hildegard of Bingen
- "All will be well." —Julian of Norwich
What I Like Most About VIN
It’s anti-Dunning-Kruger effect. The variety and type of questions asked make me realize how little I know on topics I thought were well-known to me. The questions spur me to seek an answer and share it with you. VIN is an effortless way to never stop questioning what you think you understand.