Alice Jeromin, B.S. Pharmacy, DVM, DACVD
Alice Jeromin, B.S. Pharmacy, DVM, DACVD, before earning her DVM degree from The Ohio State University she graduated from the University of Toledo with a B.S. in Pharmacy and practiced as a hospital pharmacist. She completed her Veterinary Dermatology residency with Dr. Patrick Breen and dermatopathology training at Procter & Gamble, Miami Valley Labs as well as a fellowship in human dermatology at MetroHealth Medical Center with Dr. Bryan Davis. Dr. Jeromin is currently an adjunct professor at Case Western Reserve University, instructor at Northeast Ohio College of Pharmacy, and former practice owner of Veterinary Allergy & Dermatology, Inc. She is a former member-at-large on AVMA’s Council on Biologicals and Therapeutics as chairman of the supplements and compounding committees. Along with publishing in various veterinary journals, she authored the dermatology chapter in “Pharmacotherapeutics for Veterinary Dispensing”.
Discover all the ins and outs of Pemphigus – from appearance of lesions to diagnosis to a multi-modal approach for effective treatment.
Attend this free 1-hr webinar for discussion of sporotrichosis and clues to rapid diagnosis.
Do you encounter pododermatitis and want to be able to quickly and reliably determine cause, prognosis, and course of therapy? Watch this free 1-hr webinar.
Does managing otitis, ear hematomas or polyps have you shaking your head? In this FREE 1-hour webinar, Dr. Alice Jeromin, Veterinary Dermatologist, takes us through managing a variety of common diseases of the pinna and ear canal in dogs and cats.
Dr. Alice Jeromin, Veterinary Dermatologist, brings an organized approach to evaluating and treating atopic cats who can present with extremely variable clinical signs.
Are you frustrated with treating those itchy, smelly patients and their reccurent infections? Want some fresh ideas on managing Atopic? Hear from Dr. Alice Jeromin, Veterinary Dermatologist, about how immunotherapy can help you provide relief with long lasting positive effects.