General Practitioners' Course
Dr. Anne Cook - Ocular Examination and Diagnostics; Clinical Approach to the Red Eye
Dr. Anne Weigt - Ocular Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Dr. Caryn Plummer - Glaucoma Recognition and Therapy
Dr. Tammy Miller-Michau - What is an Ocular Emergency?; Evaluation of Acute Blindness
Dr. Dan Brogdon - Ulcerative Keratitis part 1 & 2
Dr. Anne Cook
Ocular Examination and Diagnostics; Clinical Approach to the Red Eye
Dr. Anne Grimsley Cook grew up in Beaufort, SC (Hilton Head is in Beaufort County). She attended Sewanee, a small liberal arts college in Tennessee (University of the South), and graduated summa cum laude in 1993 with a major in theology and a minor in biology. She graduated summa cum laude from veterinary school at the University of Georgia in 1997.
After completing an internship at Kansas State University, she completed an equine residency and masters program at Virginia Tech in 2001. She then completed her ophthalmology residency training at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in NC and is a board-certified ophthalmologist. Dr. Cook is the owner of Animal Eye Care of the Lowcountry in Charleston, SC.
She is an avid horse lover, but also enjoys yoga, swimming, running, biking, dog agility, and life on the beach with her husband, toddler and her dogs.
Dr. Anne Weigt
Ocular Pharmacology and Therapeutics
Dr. Anne Weigt is originally from Michigan. She attended Miami University in Oxford, OH and graduated with degrees in Zoology and English, Technical Writing. After working in research for a few years, she went to veterinary school at the University of Tennessee, graduating in 1997. Dr. Weigt completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at the Berwyn and Franklin Park VCA hospitals outside of Chicago. Her residency in Ophthalmology was completed at the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. During the same time period, she earned a Masters of Science degree. Dr. Weigt has worked at Animal Eye Care since 2001, in Annapolis, MD. Her interests include intraocular surgery, eyelid and facial reconstruction and neuro-ophthalmology.
Dr. Weigt is married, with two children. Her personal interests include music, horses and attending her kids sporting events.
Dr. Caryn Plummer
Glaucoma Recognition and Therapy
Caryn E. Plummer is a native Floridian and a 2002 graduate of the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine. She completed an internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Michigan State University in 2003 before returning to the University of Florida for a residency in comparative ophthalmology. She achieved board-certification with the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists in 2006 and currently works at both Animal Eye Associates in Maitland, Florida and at the University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine as an assistant professor.
Dr. Plummer shares her life with a wonderful husband, 3 cats, a French bulldog named Maevis and a one-eyed Paint gelding.
Dr. Tammy Miller-Michau
What is an Ocular Emergency?; Evaluation of Acute Blindness
Dr. Tammy Miller Michau, a native of Pennsylvania, received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and combined Masters Degrees from The Ohio State University in 1999. Following veterinary school, she then completed a rotating small animal medicine and surgery internship at Colorado State University. Dr. Miller completed her specialty training in a 3-year comparative ophthalmology residency and masters (MSpVM) program at North Carolina State University in 2003. Following the completion of her residency, she joined the faculty at NCSU as an assistant professor of ophthalmology before joining BluePearl Veterinary Partners in 2008 in their Tampa Florida location. She was awarded the Bayer Faculty Teaching Award by the NCSU class of 2009.
Dr. Dan Brogdon
Ulcerative Keratitis part 1 & 2
Dr. Dan Brogdon received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from the University of Georgia in 1978. He attended graduate school, completed an ophthalmology residency and obtained a Master’s degree in comparative ophthalmology at the University of Illinois from 1983-1986. He attended the Basic Eye Course at Stanford University in Palo Alto, CA in 1985 and the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology for the Ophthalmology histopathology course in 1987. Dr. Brogdon is Board certified by the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists and the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine. His Master’s degree involved the study of corneal healing and epithelial growth factors.
Dr. Brogdon retired from the US Army as a Colonel where he served as the United States Military’s only veterinary ophthalmologist at that time. Dr. Brogdon has authored numerous articles in scientific peer review journals and is a popular speaker providing continuing education in the area of veterinary medicine and practice management. He is active in veterinary medicine at the local, state and national level.
Dr. Brogdon has owned and worked in multiple veterinary referral specialty practices in both Florida and Georgia. Currently he is the owner and chief ophthalmologist of the Savannah and Fayetteville Animal Eye Clinics in Georgia.