Carmel Mooney - Contributor Profile

Bio

Carmel Mooney graduated from University College Dublin, Ireland in 1986 and completed both MPhil and PhD theses on feline hyperthyroidism In Edinburgh and Glasgow, respectively. She is an RCVS Specialist in Small Animal Medicine (Endocrinology) and a Diplomate of ECVIM-CA. Since 1998 she has worked at University College Dublin where she is currently Professor of Small Animal Internal Medicine and Section Head for Small Animal Clinical Studies. Her major research and teaching areas are in endocrine disorders of dogs and cats.

Published Papers

  • Gunn, E., Shiel, R.E., Mooney, C.T. (2016) Hydrocortisone in the management of acute hydrocortisone in dogs: A retrospective series of 30 cases. Journal of Small Animal Practice, 57, 227-233. doi: 10.1111/jsap.12473.
  • Bree, L., Gallagher, B.A., Shiel, R.E. & Mooney  C.T. (2018) Prevalence and risk factors for hyperthyroidism in Irish cats from the greater Dublin area. Irish Veterinary Journal  71, 2.
  • Bennaim, M., Shiel, R.E., Forde, C. & Mooney, C.T. (2018) Evaluation of inidividual low-dose dexamethasone suppression test patterns in naturally occurring hyperadrenocorticism in dogs. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 32, 967-977 doi: 10.1111/jvim.15079.
  • Mooney, C.T., Shiel, R.S., Fawcett, K., Matthews, E., Gunn, E. (2019) A comparison of canine whole and intact parathyroid hormone concentrations as measured by different assays.  Journal of Small Animal Practice, doi: 10.1111/jsap.13006.

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