Yuki Tse, DVM, DACVECC
Specialist, Board Certified in Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care
On The Job
With a degree in animal bioscience, Dr. Tse thought she’d go to work for the CDC. Instead she went to work as a veterinary assistant for a primary care veterinarian who introduced her to the aspects of veterinary medicine that she soon began to love. A few years later, she was a veterinary technician, applying to veterinary school and on her way to a career as a specialist in critical care. Skilled in all aspects of critical care, Dr. Tse especially enjoys treating polytrauma, acute kidney injury, respiratory disease, immune-mediated disease and abdominal sepsis, especially post-operative critically ill cases.
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Emergency & Critical Care
Residency, Small Animal Emergency & Critical Care, Tufts University, North Grafton MA
Intern, Small Animal Medicine & Surgery, The Animal Medical Center, New York City
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, St. George’s University, Grenada, West Indies
Bachelor of Science, Animal BioScience, Pennsylvania State University, University Park
Dr. Tse’s list of off-duty activities includes cooking, hiking, backpacking, fishing, yoga, horseback riding, traveling and reading. She has a hound-Labrador mix named Teakwood and a domestic shorthair orange tabby cat named Macgruber.
Select Articles and Publications
Tse YC, Rush JE, Cunningham SM, Bulmer BJ, Freeman LM, and Rozanski EA. Evaluation of a Training Course in Focused Echocardiography for Non-Cardiology House Officers. Journal of Veterinary Emergency Critical Care 2013; 23(3):268-73.
Tse YC, Sharp CR, and Evans T. Mechanical Ventilation in a Dog With Acetylcholinesterase Inhibitor Toxicosis. Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care 2013; 23(4):442-6.