Speaking Engagements & Media Appearances – August Thru December 2017

Speaking Engagements & Media Appearances – August Thru December 2017
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All three of us regularly lecture at continuing education conferences for other veterinarians, present our research at scientific meetings, and speak at events for pet owners. We also frequently give interviews to the media. Here are some of our more recent speaking engagements and media appearances.

Dr. Lisa Freeman


Dr Freeman was an invited speaker on the topic of “Large animal models of human cachexia” at the recent 10th International Conference on Cachexia, Sarcopenia, and Muscle Wasting in December 2017.

She also spoke at the national Pet Partners Conference on Animal-Assisted Interventions and human-animal interactions.


Dr. Cailin Heinze

Dr. Cailin Heinze

Dr. Heinze was an invited speaker for the Metro New Jersey Veterinary Medical Association in September 2017 speaking on topics related to pet nutrition.

She was quoted by The Washington Post in an article about grain-free pet foods as well as one about environmental sustainability of pet foods and appeared in an article for Health.com on pet food terminology. Dr. Heinze has also been quoted in a number of recent articles on vegan and vegetarian dogs for pets, including one for Lifehacker.

She has also been actively teaching veterinary students in biochemistry and nutrition.


 Dr. Deborah Linder

Dr. Deborah Linder

In addition to having a busy fall seeing patients in the Tufts Obesity Clinic for Animals, Dr. Linder also wrote a piece that was featured on NPR regarding the causes behind pet obesity.

Dr. Linder also provided educational lectures to veterinarians on a variety of nutrition topics at the Central Veterinary Conferences in San Diego this fall and was the host speaker for the fall Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association conference.


Posts authored by the Clinical Nutrition Service team are by Dr. Lisa M. Freeman, DVM, PhD, DACVN, Dr. Deborah E. Linder, DVM, MS, DACVN, and Dr. Cailin R. Heinze, VMD, MS, DACVN

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