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Jamie Lynn Peyton

Contact Information

28302 Encina Drive
Winters, CA 95694
Phone: 530-405-6053
Email: jlpeyton@ucdavis.edu


Education

Education and Training

September 1996-March 2000
Auburn University, Auburn, AL
Bachelor of Science, Zoology,
Summa Cum Laude GPA 4.0

August 2000-May 2004
University of Florida, College of Veterinary Medicine, Gainesville, FL
Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, highest honors, GPA 3.92, Class rank 5th out of 75

July 2004-July 2005
Texas A&M University, College of Veterinary Medicine, College Station, TX
Small Animal Medicine and Surgery internship

August 2005- July 2008
University of California at Davis
William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital Davis, CA
Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Residency

September 2010- March 2011
International Veterinary Acupuncture Society, Portland, OR
US Acupuncture Course

March 2013-April 2013
Canine Rehabilitation Institute, Coral Springs, Florida
CCRT certification courses

February 2016 – June 2016
Options for Animals Chiropractic College Wellsville, Kansas
Animal Chiropractic Course

Licenses and Certifications

September 2009 – Diplomate American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
2009 – California Veterinary License #17492
2011 – International Veterinary Acupuncture Society Certification
April 2013 – Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist Certification
June 2016 – International Veterinary Chiropractic Association Certification
August 2016 – Human Facial Action Coding Certification Pending final review

Education: Additional Information

Degrees
Bachelor of Science, Zoology
Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine
Diplomate American College Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care

Honors
March 3, 1997 – Phi Eta Sigma, Auburn University
April 27,1997 – Alpha Lambda Delta, Auburn University
May 23,1999 – Golden Key Honor Society, Auburn University
March 3,1999 – Phi Kappa Phi, Auburn University
1996-2000 – Preston S. Howard Tampa Bay Full Tuition Scholarship Auburn University
1996-2000 – Deans List, Auburn University
May 1997 – Auburn University Junior Honors College Scholar, Auburn University
May 2000 – Auburn University Senior Honors College Scholar, Auburn University
May 2000 – Dean’s medalist Award, College of Math and Science, Auburn University
2001-2004 – Alumni sponsored Scholarships, University of Florida
May 23,2003 – Phi Zeta, Veterinary Honor Society, University of Florida
May 28,2004 – Merck Manual Veterinary Award, University of Florida
May 28, 2004 – Joe and Sophie Whitten Scholarship, University of Florida
September 27, 2007 – Best Case report presentation, International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Conference, New Orleans, LA

Memberships

2004: Member, American Association of Veterinary Medicine
2005: Member, American College of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
2010: Member, International Veterinary Acupuncture Society
2010: Member, American Academy of Veterinary Acupuncture
2011: Member, International Veterinary Academy of Pain Management
2013: Member, American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians
2014-2015: Chair, Membership committee, American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians
2015: Chair, University Liaison committee, American Association of Rehabilitation Veterinarians
2015: Chair, Integrative Medicine Track, American Association of Veterinary Surgeons
2014: Reviewer, Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care
2015: Reviewer, Journal of Anesthesia and Analgesia
2016: Founding Member, Center of Advancing Pain Relief
2016: Member, International Veterinary Chiropractic Association

Employment

July 1, 2004 – July 5, 2005
Texas A&M University, College of Veterinary Medicine College Station, TX
Small Animal Medicine and Surgery internship

Aug 1,2005- Jul 31, 2008
University of California at Davis William R. Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital Davis, CA
Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Residency

January 2009 – July 2010
PetCare Veterinary Hospital Santa Rosa, CA
Emergency and critical care specialist
Intern mentor

July 2010 – December 2013
Solano-Napa Pet Emergency Clinic Fairfield, CA
Relief emergency veterinarian

August 2010 – November 2013
Four Seasons Animal Hospital Lafayette, CA
Emergency and critical care specialist
ACVECC resident mentor
Associate veterinarian in Alternative/Complementary medicine

January 2014 – present
University of California Davis
William R Pritchard Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital Davis, CA
Chief, Small Animal Integrative Medicine Service

Publications

Journals
2005 – Milner RJ, Peyton JL, Cooke K, Fox LE, Gallagher A, Gordon P, Hester J. Response rates and survival times for cats with lymphoma treated with the University of Wisconsin-Madison chemotherapy protocol: 38 cases (1996-2003). J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2005. Oct 1:227 (7): 1118-22

2009 – Peyton JL, Burkitt JM. Critical illness-related corticosteriod insufficiency in a dog with septic shock. JVECC. 2009. June 19: 3: 262-268.

2013 – Fernandez C, Peyton JL, Miller M, Kovacic J. Successful Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Following Cardiopulmonary Arrest in a Geriatric Chinchilla. JVECC. Accepted January 2013

2016 – Integrative veterinary medical education and consensus guidelines for an integrative veterinary medicine curriculum within veterinary colleges
M.A. Memon1,*, J. Shmalberg2, H.S. Adair III3, S. Allweiler4, J.N. Bryan5, S. Cantwell6, E. Carr7, C. Chrisman2,
C.M. Egger3, S. Greene1, K.K. Haussler4, B. Hershey8, G.R. Holyoak9, M. Johnson2, S. Le Jeune10, A. Looney11,
R.S. McConnico12, C. Medina13, A.J. Morton2, A. Munsterman14, G.J. Nie15, N. Park16, M. Parsons-Doherty17,
J.A. Perdrizet18, J.L. Peyton10, D. Raditic19, H.P. Ramirez2, J. Saik20, S. Robertson7, M. Sleeper2, J. Van Dyke21 and
J. Wakshlag22 Open Veterinary Journal, (2016), Vol. 6(1): 44-56

2016 – Peyton, JL. Use of Acupuncture for Urinary Retention in a canine. IVIS Point May 2016
Abstracts

2007 – Peyton JL, Burkitt JM. The use of pulmonary artery catheters in a population of critically ill dogs. In: Proceedings of the 13th International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Symposium, September 27-30, 2007, New Orleans

2007 – Peyton JL, Jandrey KE. Caffeine toxicity in two dogs. In: Proceedings of the 13th International Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Symposium, September 27-30, 2007, New Orleans, LA.

Grants and Current Research
November 2014: Co-investigator
Center for Companion Animal Health (CCAH) Koret Grant:
Evaluation of the Live Biotherapeutic Product, Asymptomatic Bacteriuria E. coli 2-12, in Dogs with Recurrent UTI

November 2015: Co-investigator
United States Military Grant:
1) Paw Cooling during fieldwork in combat zones
2) Paw Warming during casualties

February 2016: Co-investigator
Center for Companion Animal Health: Canine Longevity Genetics Study

April 2016: Principal Investigator
UC Davis Big Idea submission grant
“Center of Comparative Pain Medicine”

April 2016: Co-investigator
UC Davis Big Idea submission grant
“Center for Advancing Pain Relief”

March-April 2016: Principal Investigator
Center for Companion Animal Health
Equipment Grant Proposal

November 2016: Co-Investigator
Keck Foundation Grant
Human and Animal Bond
Collaboration with UCSD Med School

January 2016: Co-Investigator
Development of Automated Recognition using Facial Action Coding System in Equines and Canines

September 2016: Collaborator
Evaluation of stem cell treatments in a natural model of Spina Bifida using English Bull dogs

November 2016 : Principal Investigator
Pharmacokinetics of Cannabidiol in Canines

November 2016 : Principal Investigator
Clinical evaluation of Cannabidiol in treating bone cancer pain in dogs

Teaching

2014 – present: UC Davis Integrative Medicine 4th year student 2 week elective
2015 – present: UC Davis Integrative Medicine mini-rotations for1-3rd year students
2014 – present: Canine Rehabilitation Institute approved internship program advisor
2014 – present: Vet aide undergraduate program advisor: 8-10 undergraduate volunteer once weekly each semester
2014 – present: Integrative Medicine Club Shadow Days: allow 1-3rd year vet student to spend the day on clinics

Service

2011 – 2015
Golden State German Shepherd Rescue (nonprofit 501(c) (3))
Veterinary Consultant

2012 – present
Tookie and Friends Animal Foundation (nonprofit 501 (c)(3))
Founder and President

2014 – present
Integrative Medicine Veterinary Student Club
Faculty Advisor

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