Dr. Catherine Nunnery Joins Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center

Dr. Nunnery, a large animal ophthalmologist, will begin seeing cases in early September.

Dr. Catherine Nunnery

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Catherine Nunnery, DVM, has joined Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center as Large Animal Ophthalmologist. She will begin seeing cases on September 3.

Dr. Nunnery will lead the experts in New Bolton Center’s Ophthalmology Service in providing complete ocular examinations, diagnostics and treatment, and performing surgeries for lid lacerations, deep corneal ulcers or perforations, periocular tumors and cataracts.

Nunnery’s areas of research include equine ophthalmology, equine glaucoma, new surgical techniques for equine corneal disease, and pharmacology and ocular drug delivery.

Prior to joining New Bolton Center, Nunnery served as president and ophthalmologist of Equine Veterinary Vision Inc., an ambulatory large animal ophthalmology practice in Maryland and Virginia. She was also a staff ophthalmologist at VCA Veterinary Referral Associates in Gaithersburg, Md.

“I am excited to join the University of Pennsylvania’s New Bolton Center to continue the legacy began by Dr. Mary Utter of providing excellent large animal ophthalmic care and education,” Nunnery said.

Nunnery will be joining New Bolton Center’s Nikki Scherrer, DVM, resident in ophthalmology, and Kathryn Wotman, DVM, a board-certified ophthalmologist.

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