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Dealing with Atopy - a Practical Approach to Improving the Skin Barrier

Dr. Dani Hoolahan
BSc BVMS DACVD, Veterinary Dermatology Clinic, Sydney
8 November 2017
ID: 97
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Managing atopic dermatitis can often be a nightmare for both veterinarians and owners. Dr Dani Hoolahan from the Veterinary Dermatology Clinic in Sydney clinic joins us for this exciting webinar, to walk us through the practical aspects of the diagnosis and multimodal management of atopic dermatitis. Importantly, Dani will also focus on the relevance and manipulation of the skin barrier in atopic dermatitis.
Dani graduated from Murdoch University in 2007 with honors. She worked in busy small animal general practices both in Sydney, Australia and Portland, Oregon before completing a dermatology internship in Perth, Western Australia and then moving to the University of California, Davis to join the dermatology service at the William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital as a resident. Dani finished her residency in 2013, and became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology the same year. Upon completion of her residency, Dani continued to work as a clinical dermatologist at UC Davis, providing instruction to undergraduate students and consulting on referral cases. Dani now runs the Veterinary Dermatology Clinic based in Sydney and Canberra.

Dani enjoys all aspects of veterinary dermatology but is particularly interested in otitis, immune mediated skin disease and allergic skin diseases.

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