Veterinary Advisory Board
Dr. Laurie McCauley, DVM, DACVSMR, CCRT, CVA, CVC
Dr. McCauley is an International lecturer and contributing author in many textbooks and journals. She was awarded the 2011 Iams AARV Award of Excellence in the Field of Rehabilitation and the 2015 AHVMA Holistic Practitioner of the Year Award. In 2017 Dr. McCauley opened Red Tail Rehab mobile practice in North Carolina.
Dr. Korinn Saker, Associate Professor, Nutrition, Director NCSU CVM
Dr. Korinn Saker is an Associate Professor, Nutrition, Director NCSU CVM Nutrition Program Section Chief, Health & Wellness Center College of Veterinary Medicine, North Carolina State University. The focus of Dr. Saker’s research work involves nutritional intervention for disease states driven by oxidative stress, the relationship between oxidants, anti-oxidants, immunity, and nutrient metabolism in response to disease stressors common to both humans and animals. This includes tissue loss conditions associated with disease and aging. Dr. Saker also develops appropriate animal models to investigate the mechanisms by which nutrients alter various aspects of the immune system that allows for comparative, translational research that benefits both humans and veterinary patients.
Albert Ahn, DVM
Albert Ahn, DVM has joined MYOS as a Strategic Adviser to guide the development and expansion of its animal health business of Fortetropin-based canine muscle health formulas. Dr. Ahn is a veteran of the Animal Health Industry with over 25 years of industry experience, including roles as President at AB Science, USA, a canine oncology company; Chief Scientific Officer at Summit VetPharm, a division of Sumitomo Corporation of America, in addition to roles at Hill’s Pet Nutrition.
Mandy Peffers, BVetMed, MPhil, PhD, FRCVS
Mandy Peffers, BVetMed, MPhil, PhD, FRCVS is a Professor in the Department of Musculoskeletal Science and Ageing, Institute of Life Course & Medical Sciences at the University of Liverpool School of Veterinary Science, United Kingdom. Prof. Peffers completed her Veterinary Studies and PhD at the Royal Veterinary College, University of London.Prof. Peffers is currently a Wellcome Trust Clinical Intermediate Fellow studying “The role of small nucleolar RNAs in cartilage ageing and disease.”