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 Dr. Sarah Robbins, assistant clinical professor in the Section of Emergency and Care.
What has been your path leading to Cornell?
I attended the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating with my D.V.M. in 2014. I then spent one year practicing emergency medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana, prior to starting an emergency and critical care specialty internship at Cornell. I was happy to return for a residency shortly after, and am delighted to be staying on as faculty, helping new interns and residents hone their skills in emergency and critical care medicine.
What drew you to CVM?
Initially, it was the opportunity to advance my knowledge during the internship and residency by learning from leaders in the field of emergency and critical care medicine. Now, it’s the ability to work as part of a team dedicated to advancing medicine and training the next generation of leaders. I really enjoy working in such a collaborative environment and being part of a cohesive group.