Robin L. Lovelock

Robin L. Lovelock

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Robin L. Lovelock
Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Veterinary Technology
Office: Roch 129
(585) 957 ​9386

About Robin L. Lovelock

Robin L. Lovelock D.V.M. is an Assistant Clinical Professor in the Department of Veterinary Technology at the Rochester-Medaille campus. She joined the full-time faculty in July 2017 after teaching as an adjunct professor since the program’s inception in 2013. Dr. Lovelock teaches clinical coursework on topics in small and large animal medicine & surgery such as cardiology, endocrinology, gastroenterology, anesthesia, pharmacology and reproduction. In addition, she is a mentor to new students and facilitates review sessions for the VTNE exam. Prior to joining Medaille, Dr. Lovelock practiced small animal medicine in the Rochester area and was integral in the creation of the veterinary internship-residency program at Monroe Veterinary Associates. She continues to work part-time at Macedon Veterinary Care.

Dr. Lovelock received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University. She was inducted into the alpha chapter of the Phi Zeta National Veterinary Honor Society in her junior year and received the Mary Louise Moore Prize in Bacteriology and the Sheidy Award for Pharmacology. Following graduation, Dr. Lovelock completed a one-year rotating internship in Small Animal Medicine & Surgery at The University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine. She received her B.S. from The University of Rochester, graduating cum laude with distinction in Biology-Geology.

Dr. Lovelock enjoys discussing clinical cases and contemporary topics in veterinary medicine and hopes to instill a lifelong love of learning in her students!


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