Erin E. King - DVM

Dr. Erin King is originally from Rhode Island and enjoys providing care for all large animals in the area that she calls home. Dr. King’s main interests lie in dairy production medicine and she is passionate about caring for a farmer’s livelihood through the health and wellbeing of his/her animals. For Dr. King, teaching veterinary students is very fulfilling and she enjoys sharing her time with them both on the road seeing calls and through didactic teaching. In her spare time, Dr. King enjoys cooking, paddle boarding, swimming, yoga, hiking with her dog, skiing, and volunteering in her community.  

Education

  • DVM – Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, 2015
  • BS – University of Vermont, 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