Dr. Dan Hall
Hall, Dan VMD, DACVIM (Cardiology)
Dr. Hall, Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Cardiology) grew up in Kent Lakes, N.Y. and received his BA degree in biology (1998) and his V.M.D. degree (2003) from the University of Pennsylvania. During his time at Penn, he also competed on the varsity Track & Field team (Pole Vault and Decathlon). Dr. Hall worked in general practice for 5 years in Pennsylvania before returning to Tufts University to complete a 3 year residency in cardiology. Dr. Hall’s professional interests include interventional cardiology, early screening methods for acquired cardiac disease, and the use of advanced echocardiographic applications for staging cardiac disease. He has several first author publications in the major veterinary journals (JVIM, JAVMA, AJVR, JVC) as well as a book chapter on heart failure, and enjoys lecturing on any cardiology topic. Dr. Hall was recognized with the Excellence in Teaching award from Tufts University.
After Hours: Dan enjoys any outdoor activity or sport, photography, landscaping, and music; he plays piano and guitar. Dr. Hall is joined by his wife and two children, a cat and two dogs (one with pulmonic stenosis, of course).
Hall et al Kaolin TEG in Normal Cats
Hall et al Pericardial Effusion in Cats JVIM 2007
Hall ERI Meta Analysis
Hall et al ECG of the month Feb 2010 JAVMA
The Merck Veterinary Manual – Chapter on Heart Disease