Dr. Sabrina Poggiagliolmi, Veterinary Behavior Medecine
Educational BackgroundDr. Poggiagliolmi “Dr. Sabrina” is truly a world-traveler: she was born in Tuscany, Italy, and grew up around the world (Canada, North Africa). She returned to Italy to attend High School and the College of Veterinary Medicine in Milan, where she graduated with a Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine in 1994.
Dr. Poggiagliolmi was engaged in private practice in Italy until she moved to the United States in July 2006 to enroll in a 3-year comprehensive clinical residency in Veterinary Behavior Medicine at the University of Georgia where she was awarded a Master of Science degree with a major in Veterinary and Biomedical Sciences. After having completed her residency, Dr. Poggiagliolmi moved back to Italy and she returned to the US in May 2011 where she has been the responsible for the Long Island Veterinary Specialist Behavior Medicine Department until the end of April 2019.
When not at work, she enjoys travelling, working out, reading, hanging with friends and spending time with her cat Patata.
Associations and Professionnal Memberships
PublicationsS. Poggiagliolmi. Desensitization and Counterconditioning - When and How? – Veterinary Clinics: Small Animal Practice. May 2018: Volume 48, Issue 3, Pages 433–442.
S. Poggiagliolmi et. Al. Environmental enrichment of New Zealand White rabbits living in laboratory cages – Journal of Veterinary Behavior. Volume 6, Issue 6, November-December 2011, Pages 343-350.
S. Crowell-Davis, S. Poggiagliolmi. Understanding behavior: serotonin syndrome. Compend Contin Educ Vet. 2008 Sep;30(9):490-3.