Dr. Cornelia Mosley
Dr. Cornelia Mosley is a founding director and the current Vice-President of the Canadian Association of Veterinary Cannabinoid Medicine. She graduated in 1997 from the University of Leipzig in Germany. She completed her thesis in Munich and an anesthesia internship in Glasgow Scotland. She then completed an anesthesia and analgesia residency at the University of Washington and Florida where she developed her long-time interest in anesthesia and analgesia of non-domestic species.
Dr. Mosley has held faculty positions at North Carolina State University, Oregon State University and most recently the Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph. She has a passion for teaching veterinary trainees and her experiences at several different institutions have given her a unique and broad perspective on teaching and learning. She has been formally recognized several times for her excellence in clinical teaching and utilizes these skills at the 404 VERH where she mentors DVM Interns and RVTs.
Dr. Mosley also has an interest in pain management (perioperative, postoperative as well as chronic pain). Dr. Mosley is certified in acupuncture from the Chi Institute in Florida, which applies Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) principles to veterinary medicine. Dr. Mosley also leads an Integrative Pain Management Service, which helps improve the quality of life of patients experiencing chronic pain.
In her spare time, Dr. Mosley tries to keep up with her two busy daughters, her even busier husband, and her Large Munsterlander `Birko’.