Stephanie Goldschmidt, BVM&S, Dipl. AVDC

Assistant Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine

Stephanie Goldschmidt

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Assistant Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine


Dentistry and Oral Surgery Residency, University of Wisconsin-Madison

BVM&S, University of Edinburgh

BS, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Rotating Internship, Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island

Summary

Dr. Goldschmidt completed her dentistry and oral surgery residency at the University of Wisconsin - Madison, where she also completed her undergraduate degree in Animal Science. She received her veterinary degree from the Royal School of Veterinary Studies at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland and then went on to complete a rotating internship at the Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island. Her primary goal is to educate veterinary students so they are prepared to practice general dentistry after graduation. Her subspecialty clinical and research interests include oral oncologic surgery and advanced treatment of dental trauma with root canal therapy/crown placement. 

Awards & Recognition

American Veterinary Dental College Outstanding Candidate of the Year 2017

American Veterinary Dental College Outstanding Manuscript by a Resident 2017

American Veterinary Dental College 2nd place Poster Presentation Award Winner 2015

Veterinary Medical Center of Long Island Intern of the Year 2014

Research

Research Summary/Interests

Research interests include dentoalveolar trauma, prosthodontics, and pathobiologic nature of odontogenic tumors. Current research is focused on odontogenic tumors, specifically acanthamatous ameloblastoma. 

Publications

Goldschmidt S, Bell C, Hetzel S, Soukup JW. Clinical Presentation of Canine Acanthamatous Ameloblastoma (CAA) in 264 dogs and the Influence of Post-Surgical Histopathological Margin on Local Reoccurrence. JVD, in press.

Goldschmidt S, Zimmerman C, Collins CJ, Hetzel S, Ploeg H, Soukup JW. The influence of force direction on the fracture pattern and fracture resistance of canine teeth in dogs. J Vet Dent, 2017

Lothamer C, Anderson A, Hetzel SJ, Adrian AI, Snyder CJ, Goldschmidt S, Soukup JW. Apical microleakage in root canals obturated with two different endodontic sealer systems in dog canine teeth. J Vet Dent, 2017

Goldschmidt S, Collins CJ, Hetzel S, Ploeg H, Soukup JW.The influence of axial grooves on the dislodgment resistance of prosthetic metal crowns in dog maxillary fourth premolar teeth. J Vet Dent, 2016

Goldschmidt S, Collins CJ, Hetzel S, Ploeg H, Soukup JW. The influence of axial grooves on the dislodgment resistance of prosthetic metal crowns in dog canine teeth. J Vet Dent, 2016.