The NCSU Behavioral Medicine Service is directed by a board certified veterinary behaviorist. In addition, the Service supports an accredited residency training program approved by the ACVB. Residents are licensed veterinarians who see cases under the direction of a board-certified veterinary behaviorist.
From left to right: Ms. Sherrie Yuschak, Dr. Margaret Gruen, Dr. Barbara Sherman, Dr. Jillian Orlando
Members of the Behavioral Medicine team work together to help you and your pet. Dr. Barbara Sherman or Dr. Jill Orlando meet with clients and patients to assess the behavior problem and formulate a treatment plan, and liaison with each pet's primary veterinarian. They are assisted by Ms. Sherrie Yuschak who communicates with clients, and conducts reward-based behavior modification appointments with patients and clients. Dr. Gruen supports the educational mission of the service.