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Durham doc picked to lead veterinary program


MIDDLETOWN – Steven A. Levy, VMD, has joined Middlesex Community College as program coordinator of the new veterinary technology program. This program officially launched last semester under Levy’s leadership. The associate degree program is offered in collaboration with Pieper-Olson Veterinary Hospital, Middletown,

Levy, a Durham resident, is a researcher, educator and specialist in canine Lyme borreliosis. He has 37 years of veterinary experience including work as a clinical veterinarian, a practitioner of shelter and humane society medicine, and as a Connecticut State Police K-9 Unit veterinarian.

Levy holds numerous professional memberships and has received industry awards recognizing his contributions to the veterinary community.

Levy received a bachelor’s degree in natural sciences from Bard College, and a doctorate of veterinary medicine from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine. He has completed additional studies in laboratory animal medicine and in medical acarology.



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