Melissa Bucknoff, DVM, DACVECC
Dr. Melissa Bucknoff is a 2010 graduate of RUSVM. She spent her clinical year at North Carolina State University from 2009-2010. She went on to complete a small animal rotation internship followed by an emergency & critical care residency at Tufts University from 2010-2014. She has been part of the RUSVM faculty since 2016 and is the course coordinator for Clinical Pharmacology and the Vet Prep Medical Mathematics & Intro to Pharmacology courses. Her clinical and research interests include coagulation disorders and hemostatic therapeutics.
BSc Animal Science, Virginia Tech
DVM, Ross University
Coagulation & platelet disorders
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care
National Wet Lab Grant, Student Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care Society, Faculty Advisor
Phi Zeta, Alpha Zeta Chapter, Secretary
Bucknoff MC, Hanel RM, Marks SL, et al. Evaluation of thromboelastography as a tool for tredicting clinical bleeding in thrombocytopenic dogs after undergoing total body irradiation and bone marrow transplant. Am J Vet Res. 2014 May;75(5):425 -32.
Seiler GS, Brown JC, Reetz JA, Taeymans O, Bucknoff M, et al. Safety of contrast-enhanced ultrasonography in dogs and cats: 488 cases (2002-2011). J Am Vet Assoc. 2013 May 1;242(9):1255-9.
Evaluation of thrombocytopenic dogs in a region indigenous to ehrlichia spp.
Shih Tzu enthusiast