"Veterinary Medicine has been my dream and passion as long as I can remember. Emergency medicine allows me to stay on my toes in a fast paced setting to help both animals and people in need."

Kerri Wiedmeyer, DVM

Emergency Service

Education:

Dr. Wiedmeyer graduated with a Zoology degree from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and then went on to complete her DVM degree.

Experience:

Prior to WVRC, Dr. Wiedmeyer completed a surgical and medical rotating internship at VCA Aurora and Berwyn in Illinois.  She then went on to practice emergency medicine in the greater Milwaukee area. 

Affiliations:

American Veterinary Medical Association
Milwaukee Veterinary Medical Association - President 

Professional Interests:

Dr. Wiedmeyer's interest include emergency surgeries, wound care and trauma.

Research & Publications:

Sang-Hyuk Chung, 1 Kerri Weidmeyer, 1 Anna Shai, 1 Kenneth S. Korach, 2 and Paul F. Lambert 1, Requirement for Estrogen Receptor Alpha in a Mouse Model for Human Papillomavirus-Associate Cervice Cancer.  Cancer Research 2008; 68: (23) 9928-9934.

Julie Rosser, Sabrina Brounts, Michael Livesy, Kerri Wiedmeyer, Comparison of Closure Technique for Equine Pelvic Flexure Enterotomies with TA-90 Stapeling Device vs Hand-Swen Closure:  An Ex-Vivo Study.  Veterinary Surgery 40 (2011) E17-E52.