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Curriculum Vita

CHRISTINA M. BOVÉ, DVM

(516) 361-0218
 
 

EDUCATION

CORNELL UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE OF VETERINARY MEDICINE, Ithaca, NY

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, 2006

Phi Zeta – Veterinary Honorary Society

CORNELL UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE OF AGRICULTURE AND LIFE SCIENCES, Ithaca, NY

Bachelor of Science in Biological Science (Animal Physiology), 2001

Magna Cum Laude Dean’s List, 1999–2001
 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

BOVÉ VETERINARY RELIEF, Houston, TX 07/11- Present

Locum Veterinarian

Providing routine preventative, medical and surgical care for dogs and cats.

MISSISSAUGA-OAKVILLE VET ER HOSPITAL & REFERRAL GROUP, Oakville, ON 06/10–6/11

Internal Medicine Intern

Gained a strong knowledge base in the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of complicated and

multi-systemic diseases; Corresponded with owners and referral veterinarians with clinical updates

and diagnostic results; Instructed veterinary student externs; Organized and participated in weekly

journal club.

ONTARIO VETERINARY COLLAGE, Guelph, Ontario 07/10-6/11

Cardiology Voluntary Extern

Work in partnership with cardiologists, resident, and students to develop diagnostic and treatment

plans during appointments and in house consultations; Participated in cardiology resident book

review, journal club, and advanced echocardiography rounds.

CROSSROADS ANIMAL CLINIC, Houston, TX 01/09–06/10

RELIEF SERVICES FOR VETERINARY PRACTITIONERS (RSVP), Houston, TX 08/07–06/10

Locum Veterinarian

Diagnosed and treated clinical illness, administered vaccinations, and performed surgery; Educated

clients on general health preventatives, pediatric and senior care.

ANIMAL EMERGENCY HOSPITAL SH 249, Houston, TX 10/07 – 06/10

Staff Veterinarian

Performed weekday and weekend overnight emergency services, providing both medical and

surgical care to companion animals.

BAY AREA VETERINARY SPECIALISTS, Houston, TX 07/08 – 06/10

Cardiology and Internal Medicine Voluntary Extern

Assisted with and gained experience in diagnostics, including echocardiograms, electrocardiograms,

holters, abdominal ultrasounds, thoracic and abdominal radiographs, cytology, bronchoscopy,

rhinoscopy, and endoscopy.

TEXAS A&M CARDIOLOGY DEPARTMENT, College Station, TX 08/07 – 05/08

Cardiology Voluntary Extern

Interacted with students, residents, interns, and senior clinicians to discuss cases, perform physical

exams, assist with diagnostics and obtain skill in the interpretation of echocardiograms,

electrocardiograms, fluoroscopy, and thoracic radiographs.

VETERINARY SPECIALISTS OF SOUTH FLORIDA, Cooper City, FL 06/06 – 07/07

Small Animal Medical and Surgical Post-Graduate Intern

Provided coverage of evening, weekend, and overnight emergency services, which involved substantial

communication with owners and referral veterinarians.

Rotated weekly through cardiology, internal medicine, emergency/critical care, neurology, oncology,

radiology, and surgical services.
 

LICENSING

Texas License in good standing #10853

DEA and DPS licensed
 

PUBLICATIONS

Bové CB. “Abdominal distension in a golden retriever.” Compendium. Accepted April 27, 2011.

Bové CB. “ECG of the Month: Sinus bradycardia.” J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2010 Sep 1;237 (5):509-11.

Bové CB, Gordon, SG, et al. “Outcome of minimally invasive surgical treatment of heartworm caval

syndrome in dogs: 42 cases (1999-2007).” J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2010 Jan 15;236(2):187-92.

Bové CB, Roberts, BR. “What’s Your Diagnosis? Spinal Cord Compression in a Dog” J Am Vet Med

Assoc. 2010 Jan 1;236(1):33-4

Bové CB, Bondy PJ. Clinical Snapshot: Inappetence, Ataxia, and Weakness in an Old English

Sheepdog with endocarditis". Compendium: Continuing Education for Veterinarians
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Christina Bove,
Aug 13, 2011, 8:16 AM
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