Senior Lecturer, Large Animal Surgery and Emergency Critical CareSection Chief, Large Animal Surgery
Ithaca, New York
Rolfe M. Radcliffe, DVM, DACVS, DACVECC is a veterinarian specializing in large animal surgery and emergency critical care at the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine where he works mostly with critically sick horses, cattle and other large animals. Dr. Radcliffe attended veterinary school at the University of Minnesota, and was in private veterinary practice in the Midwest for four years prior to returning for a residency in Large Animal Surgery at Minnesota. Following his residency, he traveled to the Ontario Veterinary College working as a research associate and emergency faculty. Dr. Radcliffe next worked in private referral practice prior to joining the team at Cornell. Under the mentoring of Dr. Thomas Divers, Dr. Radcliffe also completed advanced training in Large Animal Emergency and Critical Care Medicine at Cornell University. In addition to leading the Large Animal Emergency service at Cornell, Dr. Radcliffe enjoys veterinary student teaching in the areas of large animal surgery, emergency medicine, raptor conservation and honey bee health.