Assistant Clinical Professor, Dermatology
Department of Clinical Sciences
Dr. Amelia White received her DVM from the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine in 2010 followed by a one-year internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at Auburn University.
She was accepted to a dermatology residency at the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana the following year where she completed three years of specialty training and a Master’s Degree in 2014.
Dr. White completed her certification exam in dermatology in 2014 and has joined our staff as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Dermatology. She has authored or contributed to various abstracts, case reports, primary research, and a book chapter in her short career.
Resident Research Award in Basic Sciences – The American College of Veterinary Dermatology (2013)
Allergic skin and ear diseases, as well as infectious diseases.
Gimmler J, White A, and Kennis R. Successful management of cutaneous pythiosis in a dog with subsequent cutaneous vasculitis. Veterinary Record. Accepted for publication.
Contributing author: Barger A and MacNeill A. Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Techniques for the Veterinary Technician. Parasitology book chapter. 2014. Accepted for publication.
White AG, Wolsic CL, Campbell KL, Lavergne SN. Canine progenitor epidermal keratinocytes express various inflammatory markers, including interleukin-8 and CD40, which are affected by certain antibiotics. Vet Dermatol doi: 10.1111/vde.12164, Aug 2014.
Tan RM, Stern AW, White AG, Campbell KL, Novak K. Pathology in practice. Calcinosis cutis. J Am Vet Med Assoc 243:6:772, 2013.
White A, Stern A, Campbell K, Santoro D. Short communication: Multiple (disseminated) follicular cysts in five dogs and one cat. Veterinary Record 173:11:269, 2013.
White AG, Mierke DR, Charletoux L, Campbell KL, Lavergne, SN. Antibiotic-induced inflammatory markers in canine keratinocytes as potential factors in the pathogenesis of skin drug hypersensitivity. Vet Dermatol 24:295-309, 2013.
Bauer CL, Rakich PM, Latimer KS, White A, Hensel P. Assessment and comparison of reference intervals for mast cells in peripheral lymph nodes of normal dogs and dogs with allergic skin disease. 26th Annual Meeting of the AAVD/ACVD, Galveston, TX. Vet Dermatol 22:303, 2011.