David S. Biller, DVM, DACVR, Professor
Dr. David Biller earned his DVM degree from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1980. Following a one year internship at New Haven Hospital for Veterinary Medicine and a three-year medical staff position at South Shore Veterinary Associates, he completed a residency in radiology in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences at The Ohio State University. He subsequently joined the faculty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison where his primary responsibilities were clinical teaching and research. He later returned to Ohio State in 1991 as a radiologist.
Dr. Biller is presently a professor in the Department of Clinical Sciences and head of Radiology at the College of Veterinary Medicine at Kansas State University. He is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology. Dr. Biller's major clinical interest is diagnostic ultrasound of small and large animals. Also, his research interests involve the use of diagnostic ultrasound in the diagnosis and evaluation of spontaneous animal diseases and the study of polycystic kidney disease in cats.
David C. Twedt, DVM, DACVIM, Professor
Dr. David C. Twedt graduated from Iowa State University and entered an internship and medicine residency in gastroenterology at The Animal Medical Center in New York City. Dr. Twedt then joined the staff of the Animal Medical Center and was also a research associate at the Liver Research Center of Albert Einstein Medical School. He then joined the Faculty at Colorado State University and the Department of Clinical Sciences where he is a Professor.
Dr. Twedt, Board-certified in 1977, is an active member of the ACVIM community and has provided distinguished service for more than ten years in every capacity. Dr. Twedt started his service on the ACVIM Forum Committee as Chair of the Small Animal Internal Medicine section and just five years after becoming a Diplomate he became President of the Specialty of Internal Medicine.
He has won many awards, including the 2004 Norden-Pfizer Distinguished Teacher Award, the 2010 CSU Exceptional Practice Management Skills Award for PVM Education, 2012 WSAVA International Scientific Achievement Award, and the 2013 ACVIM Distinguished Service Award.
Dr. Twedt’s clinical specialities are: gastroenterology, liver disease and endoscopy. His research interest involve copper associated liver disease, feline liver disease, chronic hepatitis and stem cell therapy.