A series of books read as a child (Animal Ark by Ben M. Baglio) sparked my desire to become a veterinarian and a fascination with medicine—along with having a menagerie of childhood pets—developed into my love of the profession. I grew up minutes from the Gulf of Mexico in Seminole, Florida before leaving to attend boarding school in New Hampshire, Bates College in Maine, and veterinary school at Cornell University in New York. It was during my time at Cornell that I discovered my passion for anesthesiology and pain management.
In my spare time, I enjoy browsing at bookstores, reading, drinking tea, going for walks, and spending time with my two perfect cats, Ginny and Nyx.
Clinical Areas of Interest
- Pain Management (including chiropractic and acupuncture)
- Critical Care
Why do you work at Friendship?
I chose Friendship because of the emphasis placed on practicing collaborative medicine and treasuring the human-animal bond.
- Bachelor of Science in English (with honors) and Biology, 2016: Bates College, Lewiston, ME
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, 2020: Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine, Ithaca, NY
Publications and Research
Martin-Flores M., Cannarozzo C.J., Tseng C.T., Lorenzutti A.M., Araos J.D., Harvey H.J., Gleed R.D., & Campoy L. (2020). Postoperative oxygenation in healthy dogs following mechanical ventilation with fractions of inspired oxygen of 0.4 or >0.9. Vet Anaesth Analg. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1016/j.vaa.2020.01.002.
Cannarozzo CJ. (2016). Chaucer’s Women and Women Chaucerians: Unveiling the Modern Academy as a Medieval Institution through Chaucer’s Poetry (Honors thesis, Bates College). Scholarly Communications and Research at Bates.