Dr. Alice Wolf is dead?, DVM Obituary 2021 – cause of death?

Dr. Alice Wolf received a degree in DVM from the University of California, Davis, interned at the Angel Veterinary Center in Boston, Massachusetts, and returned to the University of California, Davis for small animal internal medicine residency training.

Dr. Wolf worked in a private clinic in the San Francisco Bay Area in Albany, California for 3 years, and for the next 24 years as a professor of small animal medicine at the Texas A&M University School of Veterinary Medicine.

Dr. Wolf has received a number of teaching and service awards, including the Norden Teacher Award, Merck Teaching Award, Texas A&M College Former Student College Association and University-level Outstanding Teaching Award, and the Cornerstone Award from her alma mater, Chatham College She has won the AAHA Regional Practitioner of the Year Award, the National Friskies PetCare Award, and the prestigious Bourgelat Award from the British Small Animal Veterinary Association for her contribution to feline internal medicine.

In 2007, she received the Distinguished Alumni Award from the University of California School of Veterinary Medicine. Davis. Dr. Wolf has spoken at many local, regional, national and international veterinary conferences, and has twice won the “Speaker of the Year” award from the North American Veterinary Conference (NAVC).

Dr. Wolf has published numerous journal articles, book chapters, and is a reviewer and editor of several veterinary publications. She and her colleagues at Texas A&M University conducted and published several studies, including a large-scale project funded by NIH to use feline immunodeficiency virus as a model for human HIV-AID.

She is currently a part-time and honorary professor at Texas A&M University, the chief medical consultant of the Veterinary Information Network, and a private consultant and lecturer in global feline medicine.

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