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Dr. Lori Thompson to Lead IVMA

Indiana Veterinary Medical Assn elects president

February 11, 2011
Contact: Lisa Perius, 317/974-0888 or [email protected]
For Immediate Release


Indianapolis – The Indiana Veterinary Medical Association (IVMA) elected Dr. Lori Thompson, Kirklin, as president. She is a 2000 graduate of the Purdue University School of Veterinary Medicine.
She has served on the Central Indiana Veterinary Medical Association board of directors and has been co-chair of the IVMA Continuing Education Committee since 2005. She serves on many other IVMA Committees. Dr. Thompson is an active member of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology and the Academy of Veterinary Dermatology. She is employed at Animal Dermatology Clinic in Indianapolis.
Other newly elected officers are Dr. Paul Clemente, Fort Wayne, President-elect, Dr. Philip Borst, Indianapolis, Vice President, and Dr. Aileen McDivitt, Kokomo, Treasurer. Dr. Steve Sunbury, Seymour, is Immediate Past President.
The installation of officers took place on February 5, 2011, during the 127th annual meeting of the IVMA in Indianapolis. Dermatology, oncology, gastroenterology, equine medicine, small animal surgery, and large animal issues, along with many other topics, were on the scientific meeting agenda. The IVMA is the professional organization for veterinarians who care for Hoosier pets, farm animals, zoo animals, wildlife, and public health, and is the human side of animal health.
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