Panciera Named Anne Hunter
Professor of Veterinary Medicine
Dr. David Panciera,
professor of internal medicine in the Virginia-Maryland
Regional College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia
Tech, has been named the first Anne Hunter Professor of
Veterinary Medicine by the Virginia Tech Board of
The Anne Hunter Professor of
Veterinary Medicine was established to support small
animal medicine and research programs with an emphasis
on feline research, in the veterinary college. The
appointment is for five years and is renewable.
A member of the Virginia
Tech community since 1998, Panciera is a Diplomate of
the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine and
is on the staff of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital,
specializing in small animal internal medicine.
He has authored a textbook on
clinical endocrinology, 14 book chapters, and over 70
peer-reviewed scientific articles. Panciera has given more than
200 lectures at 70 continuing education courses for other
veterinarians, made presentations at five international
conferences, and has been an officer in the Society for
Comparative Endocrinology for eight years. He has been the
principal investigator or co-investigator on more than $530,000
in research funding.
Panciera received his bachelor’s and
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degrees from Oklahoma State
University, and a master’s degree from the University of
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