Davidson, Jacqueline individual record
Clinical Professor

As a clinical-track full-professor, my appointment is designated to be approximately 70% clinical service, 10% teaching, 10% service, and 10% scholarly activity. The instructional effort is a combination of clinical, didactic and laboratory instruction of professional students, interns and residents. The service effort includes all non-student teaching and non-scholarly related activities required to enable and enhance the activities of the department, hospital, school and university. The scholarly activity effort includes publishing book chapters, case reports, journal articles, and presenting continuing education programs that demonstrate my clinical expertise and experience with large numbers of cases.

My clinic time was divided between the soft tissue and orthopedic surgery services through 2015. For the first five years, I also taught for several weeks each year on the general surgery service. I directed the physical rehabilitation service from 2009 until 2018. Since 2015, my clinical appointment has been with the soft tissue surgery service, including the surgical oncology service when it was established in 2017.

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Academic Articles5
  • Azevedo, C. N., Sterman, A. A., Stranahan, L. W., Taylor, B. M., Wiener, D. J., Davidson, J. R., & Russell, K. E. (2020). Pathologic and flow cytometric features of a case of canine ventral cervical lymphangiosarcoma.. J Vet Diagn Invest. 32(3), 476-480.
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  • Dongaonkar, K. R., Linden, D., Davidson, J. R., Boothe, H. W., Tillson, D. M., & Matz, B. M (2019). Partial splenectomy for incidentally detected non-ruptured splenic lesions in dogs: 18 cases (2004-2018).. Can Vet J. 60(11), 1194-1198.
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  • Davidson, J. R (2015). Current concepts in wound management and wound healing products.. Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract. 45(3), 537-564.
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  • Davidson, J. R., Kerwin, S. C., & Millis, D. L (2005). Rehabilitation for the orthopedic patient.. Vet Clin North Am Small Anim Pract. 35(6), 1357-viii.
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  • Peycke, L. E., Hosgood, G., Davidson, J. R., Tetens, J., & Taylor, H. W (2005). The effect of experimental gastric dilatation-volvulus on adenosine triphosphate content and conductance of the canine gastric and jejunal mucosa.. Can J Vet Res. 69(3), 170-179.
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  • Davidson, J. (2018). Feeding Tubes. Johnston, S. A., & Tobias, K. M. (Eds.), Veterinary Surgery: Small Animal, 2nd Ed.. 1901-1917. Elsevier.
  • Rafferty, A., & Davidson, J. R (2017). Home Exercises. Physical Rehabilitation for Veterinary Technicians and Nurses. 79-94. John Wiley & Sons, Inc..
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  • Davidson, J., & Black, D (2015). Small Animal Pyometra. Small Animal Surgical Emergencies. 397-402. John Wiley & Sons, Inc..
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  • Davidson, J. R., & Kerwin, S (2014). Common Orthopedic Conditions and Their Physical Rehabilitation. Canine Rehabilitation and Physical Therapy. 543-581. Elsevier.
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  • Davidson, J. R. (2014). Gastric Dilatation-Volvulus. CURRENT TECHNIQUES IN SMALL ANIMAL SURGERY, 5TH EDITION. 263-267.
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Internet Publications1
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Texas A&M University; Vet Med Small Animal Medicine & Surgery; 4474 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4474