Dr. Audrey Yu-Speight, DVM, MS, DACVO
Board Certified Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (DACVO)
In March 2016, Dr. Yu-Speight was awarded the prestigious "2015 Clinical Referral and Consultation Award" by the Texas Academy of Veterinary Practice at the Texas Veterinary Medical Association annual conference!
- Cornell University, Ophthalmology Residency, 2000-2003. Formal education included small animals, exotic species, lab animals and large animals with an emphasis on horses
- Cornell University, Small Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship, 1999-2000
- Texas A&M University, DVM, 1995-1999
- Stanford University, BS and MS in Chemical Engineering (co-terminal program), 1986-1991
- Veterinary Ophthalmologist: Private Practice, 2003-present
- Founder of Veterinary Eye Center PLLC, 2006
- Ophthalmology Consultant for VIN (Veterinary Information Network), 2006-present
- Member of the Grants Committee, Vision for Animals Foundation, 2011-present
- Member of the Credentials Committee, American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists, 2006-2009
- Clinical Faculty in Veterinary Ophthalmology: Cornell University, 2003
- Chemical Engineer in Biotechnology: Process Research & Development, 1991-1995
- Peer Tutoring Coordinator: Stanford University Center for Teaching and Learning 1989-1990
- Senior Tutor: Stanford University Center for Teaching and Learning 1987-1991
Scuba diving, camping, travel and music
- Licensed in Texas, California and New York
- Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Ophthalmologists (DACVO)
- Nationally accredited veterinarian
- Phi Zeta honor society
- Member of the American Veterinary Medical Association (AVMA) and American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA)
Dr. Audrey Yu-Speight has performed research in both Chemical engineering (including a patent) and Veterinary Ocular Pharmacology. She has received awards for Public Service, Pharmacology, Physiology and Nutrition.
She was born in California but got to Texas as fast as she could. She has lived in Texas for over 20 years. Her family consists of her husband, two sons, two dogs, a parrot and freshwater fish. She has owned and loved cats for over 24 years and lost her last cat in 2014.