"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
Dr. Wiedmeyer graduated with a Zoology degree from the University of Wisconsin - Madison and then went on to complete her DVM degree.
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.
American Veterinary Medical Association
Milwaukee Veterinary Medical Association - President
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.