A Q&A with Dr. Alyssa Chandler of the veterinary college

Alyssa Chandler, D.V.M. ’14

The Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM) has recently welcomed many new faculty members to our academic departments, each one bringing a unique set of skills and experience that enriches our college every day. In this Q&A series, you'll get to know their interests, expertise and more.

This Q&A features Alyssa Chandler, D.V.M. ’14, assistant clinical professor in the Section of Small Animal Medicine.

What has been your path leading up to Cornell?

I completed veterinary school at Cornell, followed by a rotating internship at North Carolina State University. I was fortunate to come back to Cornell for my residency in internal medicine, and then spent a few years in private practice prior to joining the clinical faculty at Cornell.

What drew you to CVM?

Cornell has always felt like home to me, and it is where I discovered my love of teaching. The opportunity to participate in training future veterinarians and veterinary specialists is really a dream.

Read the full Q&A on the College of Veterinary Medicine website.

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