A Colorado Springs native, Dr. Jacquelyn Campbell received her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree in 2006 from Colorado State University. Following veterinary school, Dr. Campbell completed her internship and a three-year residency with Dermatology for Animals in Arizona, where she cared for a variety of patients across the western U.S. and grew her love and passion for animal dermatology.
Dr. Campbell’s special interests include allergic and immune mediated skin disorders and chronic ear disease. Her extensive study on the fungal flora of the canine ear was published in the international journal, Veterinary Dermatology. Dr. Campbell is a member of the American Academy of Veterinary Dermatology, American Veterinary Medical Association, Colorado Veterinary Medical Association and is licensed in Colorado, New Mexico, Nevada, Utah and Nebraska. She feels fortunate to be able to work with family veterinarians, and as a team, improve the quality of life of pets.
Dr. Campbell fills her free time at home with her chef husband, their two children and her array of furry critters, including two dogs and three cats. They can often be found exploring the great Colorado outdoors.
Parallel and Divergence – Veterinary Dermatology and the Human Counterpart
Highlight pathophysiology clinical presentation treatment and comparative species aspects of the following disease: atopic dermatitis, food allergy, sarcoptes, dermatophytosis, pemphigus complex, dermatomyositis, non-inflammatory alopecias, actinic damage, epitheliotrophic lymphoma and thermal injury.
- Highlight common diseases seen in veterinary dermatology and compare and contrast to the human counterpart
- Highlight common infectious diseases that our patients may share with human owners (your patients)
- Advances in medical knowledge
- Miller, William H., Craig E. Griffin and Karen L. Campbell. “Hypersensitivity Disorders.” Muller & Kirk’s Small Animal Dermatology. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier, 2013. 363-92. Print.
- Miller, William H., Craig E. Griffin and Karen L. Campbell. ”Congenital and Hereditary Defects” Muller & Kirk’s Small Animal Dermatology. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier, 2013. 585-86. Print.
- Miller, William H., Craig E. Griffin and Karen L. Campbell. ”Autoimmune and Immune Mediated Dermatoses.” Muller & Kirk’s Small Animal Dermatology. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier, 2013. 438-440. Print.
- Miller, William H., Craig E. Griffin and Karen L. Campbell. ”Environmental Skin Diseases.” Muller & Kirk’s Small Animal Dermatology. St. Louis, MO: Elsevier, 2013. 674-75. Print.
- Marsella R, Olivry T, Carlotti DN; International Task Force on Canine Atopic Dermatitis: Current evidence of skin barrier dysfunction in human and canine atopic dermatitis. Veterinary Dermatology. 22(3):239-249, 2011.
- Fitzpatrick, Thomas B., Barbara A. Gilchrest and Lowell A. Goldsmith. Fitzpatrick’s Dermatology in General Medicine. New York (Estados Unidos): McGraw-Hill Medical, 2012. Print.
- Nuttall, T. J., P. A. Knight and S. M. Mcaleese. “Expression of Th1, Th2 and Immunosuppressive Cytokine Gene Transcripts in Canine Atopic Dermatitis.” Clin Exp Allergy Clinical Experimental Allergy. 32.5 (2002): 789-95. Web.
Core competencies: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
Disclosures: Sponsor CE meetings yearly (lecture presentations): Zoetis, Bayer