Ewan D. S. Wolff, PhD, DVM, DACVIM

Affiliations: 
2018- Small Animal Internal Medicine Blue Pearl Maitland 
 2019- Honors College (Research Assistant Professor) University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM, United States 
Area:
paleopathology, paleoecology, small animal internal medicine, minimally invasive procedures, nephrology/urology
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Parents

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Jack R. Horner grad student 2002-2004 Montana State
 (Hell Creek Project, Redding Field Station)
David J. Varricchio grad student 2002-2007 Montana State
 (PhD- Oral Pathology of the Archosauria)

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Jack R. Horner collaborator
David J. Varricchio collaborator
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Wolff E, Van Vertloo L, Salisbury SK, et al. (2020) Obturator-Assisted Prolapse for Access to and Sampling of Colorectal Masses in Seven Dogs. Journal of the American Animal Hospital Association. 56: e56302
Wolff EDS, Bilbrough G, Moore G, et al. (2020) Comparison of 2 assays for measuring serum total thyroxine concentration in dogs and cats. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Cubo J, Woodward H, Wolff E, et al. (2015) First Reported Cases of Biomechanically Adaptive Bone Modeling in Non-Avian Dinosaurs. Plos One. 10: e0131131
Wolff ED, Salisbury SW, Horner JR, et al. (2009) Common avian infection plagued the tyrant dinosaurs. Plos One. 4: e7288
Farke AA, Wolff ED, Tanke DH. (2009) Evidence of combat in triceratops. Plos One. 4: e4252
Wolff EDS. (2009) The limitations of homology in vertebrate paleopathology Historical Biology. 21: 235-238
Wolff EDS. (2008) The discovery of two novel archosaur diseases with implications for future paleopathological exploration Historical Biology. 20: 185-189
Wolff EDS, Fowler DW, Bonde JW. (2007) A possible case of necrotizing dermatitis in the crocodylian Diplocynodon, from the Oligocene of the Isle of Wight, united Kingdom Historical Biology. 19: 203-207
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