Dr. Clark is a 2016 graduate from the Oklahoma State College of Veterinary Medicine and then went on to complete a one year internship in Small Animal Emergency Medicine and Surgery at Georgia Veterinary Specialists in Atlanta Georgia. Dr. Clark returned to Oklahoma State University to complete a 3 year residency in Small Animal Internal Medicine. After completing her formal specialty training she practiced at a private specialty practice in the Philadelphia area for two years before joining the team here at Oklahoma Veterinary Specialists.
Dr. Clark participated and published research in neurotoxicology at Stanford University prior graduating veterinary school. Her research efforts at Oklahoma State University included areas of neurotoxicology and hypercoagulability. Additionally, Dr. Clark has published research for histoplasmosis which is a common fungal infection that we treat in both cats and dogs in Oklahoma.

Dr. Clark enjoys all areas of Internal Medicine but particularly enjoys treating infectious and immune-mediated disease, neurologic disorders, lymphoma, and performing minimally invasive procedures. The real joy comes from solving hard to crack cases and seeing the moment a concept finally “clicks” with the fourth year veterinary students we teach.

In her free time, Dr. Clark stays active and likes to live life on the edge. In the winter she can be found snowboarding on the mountains in Colorado and Utah and in the summer she is busy playing sand volleyball. Year round activities include ultimate frisbee, pickleball, and disc golf. She has a love for martial arts and has trained Muay Thai in Thailand and is now cross training in Brazilian Ju Jitsu. Her dog, Eliot, and her cat, Sunshine, are along for the ride.

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