Adam B. Moore, DVM, is an internal medicine specialist at Carolina Veterinary Specialists in Winston-Salem.
Undergraduate: University of Florida (Animal Sciences) 2008
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine: University of Sydney 2015
Small animal rotating: Palm Beach Veterinary Specialists; West Palm Beach, Florida; 2015 - 2016
Specialty internship: Internal Medicine, Memphis Veterinary Specialists; Cordova, TN; 2016 - 2017
Small Animal Internal Medicine- Oklahoma State University, Boren Veterinary Medical Center 2017 - 2020
Diplomacy: Board eligible, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine with specialty Small Animal Internal Medicine (SAIM) - boards scheduled 2021
I enjoy all aspects of internal medicine especially infectious diseases and gastrointestinal disease. I received a research grant in my residency to study the effects of snake venom in dogs and horses. I attended veterinary school in Australia which spurred my interest in venomous snakes given the many species found there. I worked at a specialty hospital in Sydney prior to returning to the United States to embark on my internship and residency path.
During my residency, I enjoyed training many interns and final year veterinary students.
I enjoy all of the outdoor activities that North Carolina has to offer and consider myself an outdoorsman. I just moved here with my fiancé and a number of pets that are ever growing in number. My personal interests include horseback riding, hiking and soaking up all of the arts Winston-Salem has to offer.