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Dre Caroline de Jaham


Présidente-directrice générale, DMV, MScV, Dipl. ACVD Dermatology [email protected]

A degree holder of the Faculty of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Montréal since 1992, Dr. de Jaham completed her small-animals internship at Washington State University and then she pursued by doing a residency and a Master degree at the Veterinary faculty, University of Montreal. She obtained her diplomate status of the American College of Veterinary Dermatology in 1998.

Since 1997 she practices referral dermatology and is actively involved in the advancement of veterinary dermatology in Canada by being the president of the Canadian Academy of Veterinary Dermatology since 2008. She is also an affiliated professor at the University of Montreal. Dre de Jaham also takes care, with the help of Valérie Fleury, TSA, of the radiotherapy iodine 131 service for the treatment of hyperthyroid cats since 2005. She is certified radionuclear officer. Animal and human welfare is a priority for Dr de Jaham, in her work as well as in her free time because she spends part of it actively involved in the presidence of the non-benefit provincial organisation Anima-Quebec who has a mandate of protection and welfare for dogs and cats.

Caroline lives in Montreal with her two daugthers and 2 dogs, Mini the Yorkshire and Henry the Pug.

Specialities of this member
  • Dermatology
  • Radioactive I-131 treatment