Dr. Catherine A. Loughin is board certified by both the American College of Veterinary Surgeons and the American College of Clinical Thermology, one of only two veterinarians so honored, and was granted research fellow status by the latter. She has published scientific articles on a variety of surgical topics and is responsible for establishing the “standards for thermal imaging” in the dog. Currently, as a senior member of The Canine Chiari Institute, she is a frequent lecturer both at national and international conferences and is the principle investigator of several clinical studies.
Chiari Like Malformation and Syringomyelia in Dogs, Cavalier King Charles Spaniel National Conference, Charleston, South Carolina May 2009
Evaluation of Thermographic Imaging of the Limbs of Healthy Dogs, American College of Veterinary Surgeons, San Diego, California, 2008
Screening of Cavalier King Charles Spaniels for Chiari-like malformation, International Symposium Syringomyelia, Rugby, U.K., October, 2007
Thermographic Imaging of the Normal Canine, Annual ACCT Conference, Durham, North Carolina, September 2007
Thermographic Imaging of Normal Canine Limbs, Royal Veterinary College, November 2006