Carol Reinero
Dr. Carol Reinero
University of Missouri-Columbia

Dr. Carol Reinero received her DVM from the University of California-Davis. She completed a Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Rotating Internship at Texas A&M University and returned to UC Davis to complete a Small Animal Internal Medicine Residency. She received her PhD in Immunology from UC Davis.

Dr. Reinero has spoken nationally and internationally on respiratory diseases in small animals and has published over 100 peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts.


Megan Grobman
Dr. Megan Grobman
Assistant Professor, Small Animal Internal Medicine
Auburn University

Dr. Megan Grobman received her DVM at Washington State University. She then completed specialty training, a master’s degree, and PhD at the University of Missouri and was a part of the faculty from 2016-2019. Her Master’s degree focused on neurogenic inflammation in feline inflammatory airway disease. Her PhD focused on aerodigestive diseases in small animal medicine and the development of novel diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. These included respiratory acoustic waveform analysis, the identification and treatment of dogs with lower esophageal sphincter achalasia-like syndrome (LES-AS), reflux scintigraphy, and the identification of reflux/aspiration biomarkers.

Dr. Grobman’s clinical and research interests include respiratory medicine, dysphagia, and respiratory biometrics.

Greg Lisciandro
Dr. Greg Lisciandro
Owner, Hills Veterinary Specialists and CEO,
Hills Veterinary Specialists,

Dr. Gregory Lisciandro received his degree from Cornell University, completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at The Animal Medical Center, New York City, and a residency in Emergency and Critical Care at the Emergency Pet Center, San Antonio, Texas. As well, he has served as Chief of Emergency Medicine and Critical Care at the Emergency Pet Center.

Dr. Lisciandro currently co-owns Hill Country Veterinary Specialists. He is the President of the International Veterinary Point-of-care Ultrasound Society and is CEO of He is editor-chapter author of Focused Ultrasound Techniques for the Small Animal Practitioner (Wiley 2014), and is a leader in clinically-relevant, point-of-care and FAST ultrasound research.

Isabelle Masseau
Isabelle Masseau
Assistant Professor
Université de Montreal

Dr. Isabelle Masseau received her DVM from the Université de Montréal, Canada, where she also completed a Food Animal Medicine and Surgery Rotating Internship. She then enrolled into a combined program of radiology residency and PhD in Biomedical Sciences at the University of Missouri. After spending the next 4 years as an Assistant Teaching Professor at the University of Missouri-Columbia, she moved back to the Université de Montréal. .

In the recent years, Dr. Masseau has been involved in basic science research projects focused on the computed tomographic diagnosis of respiratory diseases in dogs and cats. She also developed collaborative projects using diagnostic imaging for the evaluation of tracheal caliber in dogs and calves using various imaging modalities (CT, fluoroscopy, radiography).