Dr. John Warren - Thorough ocular exams; a sight for sore eye. Ocular examination in primary practice. A-whey with itchy, watery eyes! Canine ocular allergies.
Dr. Robert Munger - Outlaw Ulcers: Funfight at the Corneal Corral
Dr. Michael Paulsen - Common Misdiagnoses and Therapeutic Miscalculations in Veterinary Ophthalmology and how to avoid them - Practice Tips for the Busy Practitioner
Dr. Stephanie Beaumont - Be a Master... and Avoid Disaster! Ocular Adnexal Surgery: Common Mistakes to Avoid. Let me Lens you Some Advice: Diagnosing and Treating Diseases of the Lens
Dr. Caroline Betbeze - Beyond the Eyeball: Diseases of the Orbit. Enucleation: It ain't as easy as it seems
Dr. John Warren
Thorough ocular exams; a sight for sore eye. Ocular examination in primary practice. A-whey with itchy, watery eyes! Canine ocular allergies.
John R. Warren, DVM, DACVO is a board certified specialist in veterinary ophthalmology and the founder of Veterinary Eye Institute.
Dr. Warren practiced general small animal medicine and surgery in Las Vegas, Nevada prior to pursuing his specialty in ophthalmology. He practiced relief veterinary medicine in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex during his ophthalmology residency. After his time in Dallas, he became an associate veterinary ophthalmologist at MedVet Medical and Cancer Centers for Pets in Cincinnati, Ohio prior to starting Veterinary Eye Institute.
Dr. Warren has a particular interest in cataract and intraocular surgery. Additionally, he enjoys corneal and eyelid reconstructive surgery for conditions such as entropion and corneal ulceration.
Dr. Warren’s focus is providing pain-free care and life-long vision for his patients in a kind and compassionate way.
· Undergraduate: Colorado State University
· Doctor of Veterinary Medicine: Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine
· Residency: Animal Ophthalmology Clinic
· Board Certification: Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists
· American Veterinary Medical Association
· American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists
· Texas Veterinary Medical Association
· Collin County Veterinary Medical Association
· Tarrant County Veterinary Medical Association
· Dallas County Veterinary Medical Association
Dr. Robert Munger
Outlaw Ulcers: Funfight at the Corneal Corral
Dr. Munger received his DVM from Texas A&M University in 1973. After an internship in large animal medicine and surgery at the University of California at Davis in the School of Veterinary Medicine, he did a year of residency in large animal medicine followed by a residency in veterinary ophthalmology at the same university. He became board certified in veterinary ophthalmology in 1979 and is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists serving as an active member of that organization. He founded the Animal Ophthalmology Clinic in Dallas in 1978 and taught veterinary ophthalmology as an assistant professor at the University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine from 1979-1983. Dr. Munger maintains a private veterinary ophthalmology practice (Animal Ophthalmology Clinic) in Dallas and Grapevine, Texas and has served as a consulting veterinary ophthalmologist in ophthalmic surgery and toxicology to Alcon, Allergan, Charles River Laboratories, and others since 1986. He is a two-time president of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ACVO) and currently serves on the ABVO Exam Committee as well as on the board of the International Society of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (ISVO).
Dr. Michael Paulsen
Common Misdiagnoses and Therapeutic Miscalculations in Veterinary Ophthalmology and how to avoid them - Practice Tips for the Busy Practitioner
Dr. Paulsen grew up in San Angelo, Texas and entered undergraduate studies at Texas A&M in 1972. He received his DVM from the College of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M in August 1977 and immediately entered active duty in the US Army to fulfill service obligations from his Health Professions Scholarship. From 1984 to 1987, he attended graduate school and completed an ophthalmology residency at the Colorado State University- Veterinary Teaching Hospital under the mentorship of Dr. Glenn Severin. In 1987 Dr. Paulsen received a Master of Science degree in Clinical Sciences and was board certified by the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists. From 1990 to the present, Dr. Paulsen has maintained a referral ophthalmology practice in Arlington, Texas. From 1990-2002 he also maintained a consulting practice in the state of Hawaii. In 2007, he retired from the Army Reserves after 30 years of service with the rank of Colonel and currently serves as Secretary-Treasurer of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists.
Dr. Stephanie Beaumont
Be a Master... and Avoid Disaster! Ocular Adnexal Surgery: Common Mistakes to Avoid. Let me Lens you Some Advice: Diagnosing and Treating Diseases of the Lens
Dr. Beaumont is a native of Jackson, Mississippi and graduated from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1998. She completed a one year small animal rotating medicine and surgery internship at Oklahoma State University in 1999 followed by a one year ophthalmology internship in private practice in Jacksonville, Florida. She then moved to California and successfully completed a three year residency in comparative ophthalmology at the University of California in Davis and became board certified by the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists in 2003. She has specialized in veterinary ophthalmology for over 10 years and has worked in California, Wisconsin, Illinois and Texas. She has authored scientific articles in several veterinary journals. She opened Animal Eye Specialists in 2011, which is located in Richardson, TX. Last year, she added a satellite clinic, located in Dallas within Dallas Veterinary Specialists.
Dr. Caroline Betbeze
Beyond the Eyeball: Diseases of the Orbit. Enucleation: It ain't as easy as it seems
Dr. Betbeze is an assistant clinical professor of comparative ophthalmology at Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Betbeze graduated from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2002 and continued her education at MSU by completing a rotating internship the next year. She completed a residency and master’s degree in veterinary comparative ophthalmology at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine from 2003-2006 and became board certified in ophthalmology in 2006. She worked as a clinical instructor at Purdue before moving to Tucson, Arizona and founding an ophthalmology specialty service at a multi-specialty hospital. She worked at the Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson for 5 ½ years before returning to her love of teaching and her alma mater, Mississippi State, in 2013. She has authored several papers for peer-reviewed journals and has spoken about ophthalmology on a local, regional, and national level.