Claudia J Baldwin
Dr. Baldwin’s area of expertise is shelter medicine with a clinical and investigatory interest in population medicine, infectious disease, public health and feline reproduction/overpopulation.
VCS 305X—Shelter Medicine: An elective course designed to educate the veterinary student about issues of relevance to companion animal population and shelter medicine and welfare.
M.S.: University of Wisconsin-Madison, 1986
Diplomate: American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, 1989
Morrison JA, Lauer SK, Baldwin CJ, Evans RB, Andreasen CB, Kinyon Jm and Swanson E: The use of subcutaneous totally implantable vascular access ports in a feline blood donor population. J AM Vet Med Assoc. 2007;230:855-861. CAM, IZPAD
Baldwin CJ: Zoonoses. Prairie States Animal Welfare Conference June 2006, Kankakee, IL. 1-14.