Cynthia Faux, DVM, MS, PhD, Diplomat ACVIM-LA

Professor of Practice

Instructional Focus

Anatomy
 

Office Hours

Office hours by appointment.


Academic/Professional Bio

Dr. Faux is a veterinarian with a passion for veterinary education who enjoys hanging out with her pets and family, birdwatching, reading and working with bees. Dr. Faux is interested in avian/archosaur/dinosaur growth plate kinetics, avian and dinosaurian growth, feeding behavior, as well as the evolution of herbivory. She is also interested in disaster planning and response.
 

Educational Background

  • 2000 Doctor of Philosophy, Yale University - Geology and Geophysics (Vertebrate paleontology)
  • 1997 Masters of Philosophy, Yale University - Geology and Geophysics (Vertebrate paleontology)
  • 1987 Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Iowa State University
  • 1983 Bachelor of Science, Iowa State University - Agricultural Biochemistry
  • 2000-2002 Post Doc at the Museum of the Rockies, Montana State University

Board Certification

  • Diplomat of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Large Animal Specialty