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Mariea Ross-Estrada

Assistant Clinical Professor of Small Animal Primary Care

CVM Main Building C284B


Dr. Ross-Estrada received her BA in pre-professional zoology from Ohio Wesleyan University in 2002 and her veterinary degree from Cornell University in 2006. Following graduation, she moved to Northern Virginia, where she worked in private practice with dogs, cats and small mammals for 13 years. She joined the Small Animal Primary Care service at NCSU in December 2019. Her professional interests include preventative medicine, dentistry and the human-animal bond.
Ross-Estrada M, Snyder A. Teaching Tip: Creating an Authentic Small Animal Primary Care Experience Using Online Simulated Appointments. J Vet Med Educ. 2020;49(2):187-198.
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American Veterinary Medical Association
American Animal Hospital Association
American Association of Feline Practitioners
North Carolina Veterinary Medical Association
North Carolina Association of Minority Veterinarians
Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association
Pride Veterinary Medical Community
Black DVM Network
National Association for Black Veterinarians
AAVMC Primary Care Veterinary Educators Forum
AVMA/AAVMC DEI Commission Advisory Group
Southeast Veterinary Education Consortium Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Work Group
NCSU African American Faculty & Staff Organization
NCSU CVM Academy of Educators


USDA APHIS, Category I Accreditation
Fear Free Veterinary Professional Certification


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