Assistant Professor, Large Animal Medicine
Large Animal Clinical Sciences
Office Location: WCVM 2533
- BA (Hons), Cambridge
- VetMb, Cambridge University, UK
- MVetSc, University of Saskatchewan
- Residency in Large Animal Internal Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
Teaching and Clinical Areas
Dr. Clark is
one of four clinicians responsible for the supervision of the Large Animal
Medicine service provided by the WCVM Veterinary Teaching Hospital. They deal with a wide variety of first opinion and referral cases of
all large animals including; cattle, horses, sheep, goats, alpacas, and farmed
game. Final year students spend two week rotations working in the Large Animal
Medicine Service supervised by the clinicians. In addition to clinical work,
Dr. Clark also teaches large animal and general medicine.
Dr. Clark's research
interests are cattle lameness and the control and prevention of infectious
disease. He has a particular interest in clinical pharmacology and is involved
in the Canadian gFARAD initiative (Global Food Animal Residues Avoidance
Databank). Visit the gFARAD website at www.cgfarad.usask.ca
- Klein KA, Clark C, Allen AL, 2002. "Hypoglycemia in sick and moribund farmed elk calves." Canadian Veterinary Journal, 43(10): 778-781.
- Clark CR, Radostits OM, Petrie L, Allen A, 2001. "Toxic effects following the ingestion of a large volume of canola (Brassica napus) oil by dairy cattle." Canadian Veterinary Journal, 42; 721-723.