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Erin E. King - DVM

Erin E. King
Dairy Production Medicine, Farm Animal Welfare

Dr. King received her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science from the University of Vermont and her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. Her professional interests lie in Dairy Production Medicine and Farm Animal Welfare. She is currently working on a research project entitled “On-farm Hispanic labor trainings and its impact on worker job satisfaction and performance.” Dr. King has teaching experience in Food Animal Medicine and Surgery, Toxicology, Clinical Skills, Bovine Procedures and the Farm Animal Module for the MS in Animals and Public Policy (MAPP) program. Dr. King belongs to the American Association of Bovine Practitioners and American Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners. In her free time, Dr. King enjoys cooking, hiking with her dog, swimming, skiing, yoga, and any activity on the water.

Education

  • DVM – Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2015
  • BS – University of Vermont, 2011
  1. Choi E., S.E. Childs-Sanford, N. Abou-Madi, E.E. King, B.G. Caserto, H. Priest, A.D. Miller. Hepatic Osteodystrophy in a Golden Lion Tamarin (Leontopithecus Rosalia). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine (under revision).
  2. King E.E., R.P. Smith, B. St-Pierre, A.D.G. Wright. 2011. Differences in the rumen methanogen populations of lactating Jersey and Holstein dairy cows under the same diet regimen. Applied Environmental Microbiology. 77: 5682-5687.
  3. King, Erin. “Differences in the rumen methanogen population exist between Jerseys and Holsteins.” ASAS-ADSA Joint Annual Meeting. Original Research Undergraduate Competition. 11 July 2011.

General Research Interests

  • Impact of Spanish translational services/trainings on dairy cow welfare and farm productivity

 

Selected Research Projects

  • On-farm Hispanic labor trainings and its impact on worker job satisfaction and performance (Research and Teaching Seed Grant)

Research and Clinical Interests

  • Impact of Spanish translational services/trainings on dairy cow welfare and farm productivity
  • Calf health and heifer raising
  • Mastitis and Milk Quality
  • Residue Avoidance and Food Safety
  • Sustainability of the Dairy Industry

Teaching

  • Food Animal Medicine and Surgery
  • Clinical Skills I and II
  • Bovine Procedures
  • Masters in Animals and Public Policy (MAPP) – Farm Animal Module
  • Spanish-speaking proficiency, ultrasounding for pregnancy diagnosis, DC305 and PCDart proficiency
  • Member of AABP, AASRP and AVMA

Awards:
  • Recipient for a 2017 Cummings Seed Grant titled On-farm Hispanic labor trainings and its impact on worker job satisfaction and performance 
  • The Daphne Award – Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine 2015
  • Veterinary Scholarship Trust of New England (VSTONE) Scholar Award 2015
  • AABP Foundation/Cargill Scholarship 2014
  • Lawrence K. Forcier Outstanding Senior Award – College of Agriculture and Life Science, University of Vermont 2011
  • Undergraduate Research Endeavors Competitive Award (URECA) 2010