Journal of ACVM

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Editorial Board

Editor-In-Chief

Dr. Mitsuhiro Isaka

D.V.M., Ph.D.


Message from the Editor-In-Chief
I am delighted to launch of Asian Journal of Veterinary Clinical Medicine. This is a new multidisciplinary , peer-reviewed journal that publishes case report, case series, retrospective/prospective studies, and reviews in small animal medicine/surgery.
Asian Journal of Veterinary Clinical Medicine is a publication as the objectives being more widely and up-to-date information for small animal practitioners, especially in Asia.
I am engaged in small animal clinical, medical care and small veterinary clinical practice in Japan.
Also many people in Asian countries have been working and have helping more to be better teachers.
However, the small animal health in Asia cannot be disseminated yet.
Many cases and treatments for small dogs and seasonal diseases are not availabele in the western Europe.
The Specialists Conference with specialists is ready to review your report.
Posts the material as reports (case report, case series, retrospective/prospective studies and review) that contribute encounters.
We hope Asian Clinical Veterinary Medicine will be the important platform for small animal practitioners to share fiding and discussing all aspects of small animal medicine/surgery in the contributions that will be benefit for international community.
The submission for future issues of the journal are welcome. submissions for future issues of the journal.
Let's make instructive information for practitioners together.
Submitting and viewing are Free. We are waiting for the latest/rare information about small animal practice.


ACVM Editorial Member

Dr. Yu Ueda

Dr. Yu Ueda



Dr. Keita Iyori

Dr. Keita Iyori

Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, Dermatology, Immunology, Infectious Diseases and Diagnostic Pathology

Vet Derm Tokyo
Japan

Dr. Keita Iyori received his veterinary degree from Azabu University in 2008. He gained a PhD from the United Graduate School of Veterinary
Sciences, Gifu University in 2011. He then studied at Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, which followed by a first residency program of Asian College of Veterinary Dermatology (AiCDV). In 2015, he became a diplomate of AiCDV. He is now a chief Technical Officer, VDT Co.,
Ltd., which provides dermatological clinic and laboratory services for animals in Japan.



Dr. Meg Sleeper

Dr. Meg Sleeper

Cardiology

University of Florida
United States

Meg Sleeper VMD graduated from the University of Pennsylvania veterinary school cum laude in 1993. She returned to the University of Pennsylvania for a residency in cardiology and worked there until joining the University of Florida veterinary school in 2015 as clinical professor of cardiology.
She has published numerous papers including over 75 peer reviewed original papers, over 50 review papers or case reports, and 4 books.
Primary research interests include inherited heart diseases, in particular inherited cardiomyopathies, comparative cardiology and therapeutic gene transfer.



Dr. Hiroki Sano

Dr. Hiroki Sano

After 1 year small animal rotating internship, Hiroki completed Veterinary Anesthesia residency in Cornell University, USA and worked as a lecturer in University of Pennsylvania, USA. He is currently a senior lecturer in Veterinary Anaesthesiology in Massey University, New Zealand. 



Dr. Yong-Wei Hung

Dr. Yong-Wei Hung

Cardiology

Cardiospecial Veterinary Hospital
Taiwan

Dr. Yong-Wei Hung gained his BVM degree from Department of Veterinary Medicine, College of Agriculture, National Taiwan University in 1990.
After a short practice in a private practice, he attended a one-year Intensive Post-graduate Training Program in the Animal Medical Center, New York in 1991.
Knowing the importance of continuing education, he chartered Taiwan Academy of Veterinary Internal Medicine, now with more than 500 active members.
Dr. Hung is also a well-known speaker in China, Malaysia, and other countries in Asia.



Dr. Kuan-Sheng Chen

Dr. Kuan-Sheng Chen

Radiology

National Chung Hsing University
Taiwan

Dr. Chen received his veterinary degree from National Chung Hsing University (NCHU) in Taiwan.
He obtained his Master degree in Veterinary Diagnostic maging in 2004 land PhD in 2009 in The University of Melbourne.
He also passed the Membership examination (Veterinary Radiology) of the Australian & New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientist in 2010.
He is currently an associate professor and the chief of diagnostic imaging section, College of Veterinary Medicine, NCHU, in Taiwan.
He has published several papers in the journal of Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound and Journal of American Veterinary Medical Association.



Dr. Takahiro Ushigusa

Dr. Takahiro Ushigusa

Dr. Takahiro Ushigusa received his veterinary degree from Miyazaki University in 1999. He gained a PhD from Osaka Prefecture University Graduate School of Veterinary Cell Pathology.
He is currently a animal hospital president and CEO, and also a technical advisor at some companies.



Dr. Kenji Hosoya: General and Gastroenterological Surgery, Surgical Oncology, Chest Surgery, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and Oncology

Dr. Koji Iwanaga: Cardiology

Dr. Kei Hayashi: Orthopedic Surgery

Dr. Brian Beale

Dr. Kenichi Tamukai: General and Gastroenterological Surgery, General Medicine

Dr. Chung-Tien Lin: Ophthalmic surgery, Ophthalmology

Dr. Mark E. Peterson: Endocrinology and Metabolism




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