Dr. Edward Cooper received his veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania followed by a small animal rotating internship at Michigan State University. He then completed a residency in small animal emergency and critical care and obtained a Master of Science degree in veterinary clinical sciences care at the Ohio State University (thesis "Evaluation of Hyperviscous Fluid Resuscitation in a Canine Model of Hemorrhagic Shock: A Randomized, Controlled Study"). After completing his residency and successfully obtaining board certification in Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, Dr. Cooper accepted a faculty position at the Ohio State University, and currently holds the position of Professor - Clinical. In addition, he has served as section head for the small animal emergency and critical care service at the Ohio State University Veterinary Medical Center since 2010. Dr. Cooper's principle clinical and research interests include fluid therapy, shock resuscitation, hemodynamic monitoring, and feline urinary obstruction.