Alice Morassi, DVM, MS, DACVIM
Alice Morassi graduated from the University of Milan (Italy) in 2012 with honors. In 2013-2014 she met the requirements to practice in the U.S. and she completed a rotating internship at Oklahoma State University. Alice then moved to Pullman, WA, and became a Small Animal Internal Medicine Resident at Washington State University. At the same institution, she obtained a Master of Sciences with a research project focused on mycophenolate. In July 2017, Alice became an ACVIM Diplomate in Small Animal Internal Medicine.
Her main veterinary interests include coagulation, hematology, gastroenterology, immune-mediated diseases, and endocrinology. Her work has been published in various veterinary journals.
During her free time, Alice is an avid reader of mystery books, she loves relaxing at the beach and exploring new places. Whenever possible, she travels back to Italy to visit family and friends, and to have some real Italian food and wine.
University of Milan (Italy)
Small Animal Medicine – Oklahoma State University
Residency – Washington State University
Graduate Degree – Washington State University (Masters in Veterinary Clinical Sciences)
- Immune-mediated Diseases
- Morassi A, Bianco D, Park E, Nakamura RK, White GA. Evaluation of the Safety and Tolerability of Rivaroxaban in Dogs with Presumed Primary Immune-Mediated Hemolytic Anemia. Journal of Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care; 2016.
- Rivera Velez SM, Morassi A, Court MH, Slovak JE. Development and Validation of an Ultrafast Chromatographic Method for Detection and Quantification of the Immunosuppressed Mycophenolic Acid in Canine, Feline, and Human Plasma. Journal of Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Analysis; 2016.