Katrina Viviano, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM), DACVCP
Department of Medical Sciences
Titles and Education
- Diplomate, ACVCP, 2012
- Diplomate, ACVIM, 2008
- Internship, University of Minnesota, 2004
- DVM, University of Wisconsin, 2003
- PhD, University of Massachusetts 1994
- B.A., Washington and Jefferson College, 1986
Oxidative stress and antioxidants therapy in health and disease, antibiotic stewardship, and immune-mediated therapies
Currently, Dr. Viviano is the section head of Small Animal Internal Medicine for the UW-Madison SVM Department of Medical Sciences.
Clinical InterestsHematology, immune-mediated diseases, toxicology, and clinical pharmacology and therapeutics.
- Leuin AS, Hartmann F, Viviano K (2021) Administration of nitrofurantoin in dogs with lower urinary tract infections: 14 cases (2013-2019). J Small Anim Pract., 62:42-48
- Hagen DM, Ekena JL, Geesaman BM, Viviano KR. (2019) Antioxidant supplementation during illness in dogs: Effect on oxidative stress and outcome, an exploratory study. J Small Anim Pract., 60(9):543-550.
- Barry-Heffernan C, Ekena J, Dowling S, Pinkerton ME, Viviano KR. (2019) Biomarkers of oxidative stress as an assessment of the redox status of the liver in fogs. J Vet Intern Med, 33(2):611-617