Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Medicine (small animal)
Dr. Callahan graduated from Cumming’s School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University in 2007. She then completed an internship at New England Animal Medical Center followed by a residency in Internal Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine. After completing her residency and achieving board certification in 2011, she stayed at Penn Vet, first as a clinical lecturer and later as faculty in the Internal Medicine Department. In that role she participated in teaching, clinical research and seeing small animal patients.
Dr. Callahan’s interests include small animal gastroenterology and feline medicine, particularly feline inflammatory conditions of the intestine, pancreas and liver. In addition, she has recently begun a clinical trial investigating fecal transplantation for treatment of canine inflammatory bowel disease. She has published multiple articles in the area of endoscopy and endoscopic procedures as well as canine and feline liver diseases. In a teaching capacity she has lectured on a variety of topics including pancreatitis, cholangitis, clinical respiratory disease and feline viral diseases. In 2012 she was awarded the Teaching Award for outstanding teaching ability by a faculty member.
As of July 2016 Dr. Callahan has returned to NEAMC to join the Internal Medicine team.