Clifford R. “Kip” Berry
Professor – Radiology
Department of Small Animal Clinical Science
PO Box 100126
2015 SW 16th AV
Gainesville, FL 32610-0126
- BA, Zoology, DePauw University, 1980
- DVM with honors, University of Florida, 1984
- Residency in Diagnostic Imaging, University of California, Davis, 1987-1990
- Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Radiology, 1990
Honors and Awards
- Merck Teaching Award for Creativity, North Carolina State University, 1996
- Class of 1999, Teaching Award for pre-clinical years, North Carolina State University, 1998
Clinical studies in diagnostic imaging, particularly related to the thorax. Use of animal models for human disease, with emphasis on early diagnosis and non invasive technologies for the diagnosis of particular disease processes. Use of CT, US, MRI and nuclear medicine techniques for the prognosticating of disease response in a population of affected patients. The evaluation of novel approaches for the advancement of diagnostic imaging in the clinical and research settings with veterinary and human applications.
- Initial influence of right versus left lateral recumbency on the radiographic finding of duodenal gas on subsequent survey ventrodorsal projections of the canine abdomen.
Additional publications here