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Dr. Paul W. Poulos Jr.

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Phone: (707) ***-****  HQ Phone
Local Address:  California , United States
Ukiah Daily Journal
590 S. School St.
Ukiah , California 95482
United States


Employment History

Board Memberships and Affiliations


  • DVM
  • PhD Diplomat
  • Jr. DVM
  • PhD
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By Paul ..., 31 Aug 2014 [cached]
By Paul Poulos
- Paul Poulos, DVM and Professor, Ret., is Director of the Held-Poage Home and Research Library Mendocino County Historical Society and a Friend of the Point Arena Field Station. He lives in Ukiah
Paul Poulos: 'From the Eye ..., 23 Sept 2014 [cached]
Paul Poulos: 'From the Eye of the Beholder: Saving Mendocino County's History and Preserving Our Science' Dr. Paul Poulos to lecture on 'Saving Mendocino County's History and Preserving Our Science'
Dr. Paul Poulos is the director of the Held-Poage Research Library, a repository of primary source material of Mendocino County history. (Nathan DeHart-Ukiah Daily Journal)
The popularity of the "Tours of Earth and Sky" lecture series required a change of venue to the Civic Center Council Chambers, providing better seating and viewing for this month's featured presenter, Dr. Paul Poulos, director of the Held-Poage Research Library, whose talk is titled "From the Eye of the Beholder: Saving Mendocino County's History and Preserving Our Science."
The lecture is free to the public and begins at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, at the city of Ukiah Council Chambers.
Born in Ukiah, Poulos grew up across the street from the Ukiah Daily Journal office building; as a teenager he moved to Potter Valley with his family , where he started his own dairy farm and became inoculated into his lifetime passion as a veterinarian.
He served in the Navy during the Korean War, earned a DVM at UC Davis and practiced veterinary care in Ukiah for 11 years. Fascinated by radiology, he returned to Davis to become certified as a veterinary radiologist and afterwards worked and studied in Sweden and Holland, received his Ph.D., and traveled back and forth from the States, eventually returning to Ukiah to retire.
His grandparents came here in the 1800s, and part of what attracted Poulos to the Historical Society was that he is a fourth-generation resident of Mendocino County.
His father, Paul Poulos, Sr., was at one time the light heavyweight wrestling champion of the West Coast, the mayor of Ukiah, where in the 1940s he facilitated the development of the airport, and chairman of the Board of Supervisors.
Prior to Dr. Paul Poulos' late wife's death, she made a bucket list for him.
"We need to archive it properly and make it safe for future generations," Poulos says.
"The property remains what the coast was like two centuries ago," Poulos says.
"If the college sells the property to BLM, it can no longer be protected; if the federal government uses tax dollars-a purchase for the people-then it will be totally accessible, and it will lose its pristine nature," says Poulos.
Poulos became personally involved when the Historical Society board received a registered letter from the BLM division of the Department of the Interior, asking if it would be willing to evaluate the historical value of the property. The board voted unanimously to do so and appointed him to do the evaluation.
His report indicated that because of its age, it uniqueness and the fact that it had been protected for so many years and had evidence of Pomo Indian presence as well as the Coast Guard, it should not be sold.
Poulos gave a completed account to the BLM and the Historical Society board, but the college board did not receive it. A little over two months ago, he made copies for each board member and put them in individual envelopes. He met with the designated board liaison who told him he was unable to accept the reports on behalf of the board and that Poulos would have to give them to Reyes' secretary, who would determine if it would be appropriate for board members to receive the documents.
"I'm not giving these letters to a secretary to determine whether board members are allowed to receive them," he said, turned his back and walked away.
At the board meeting in July he told the members they could have their envelopes; no one replied. He has been subsequently contacted, and five of seven board members have received the information.
Health and Genetics [cached]
Paul Poulos, DVM, PhD, DACVR, is executive director of GDC and you can read more about their work at at " About GDC"
The Rhodesian Ridgeback Club Of The United States, 26 Mar 2001 [cached]
This year's speaker will be Paul W. Poulos, Jr., DVM, PhD.Dr. Poulos is internationally known for his studies and publications on bone diseases of domestic animals.He is the co-author of the textbook, Clinical Radiology of The Horse, and has written or co-authored 45 scientific articles and four book chapters on various aspects of veterinary imaging, ranging from contrast studies to ultrasound biopsy techniques.He has served as President of the International Elbow Working Group ("IEWG") and is a member of the executive committee of that organization.Dr. Poulos is also a member of the Hereditary Defects Committee of the World Small Animal Veterinary Association.He has frequently been invited to speak at meetings throughout the world, including the United States, Europe Canada, Mexico and the form Soviet Union.
Following his graduation from the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of California at Davis in 1960, Dr. Poulos founded a private general practice in Northern California, where he practiced for the next 12 years.After selling his practice in 1972, he returned to UC Davis for specialty training in radiology and in 1974 was admitted by examination to the American College of Veterinary Radiology.
Having decided to pursue an academic career, Dr. Poulos then began developing his PhD program and in 1975 he moved to Sweden to complete his training at the Royal Veterinary College in Stockholm where in 1979 he was awarded the degree of Veterinary Medicine Doctorate (PhD) for his thesis on Osteochondrosis.From 1977-1980, Dr. Poulos was Associate Professor of Radiology at the University of Utrecht in The Netherlands.In 1980, he became Professor of Radiology at the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Florida, Gainesville, and from 1983 to 1990 served as Professor and Chairman of the department of Veterinary Radiology.From 1987 to 1990 Dr. Poulos chaired both the departments of Radiology and Comparative and Experimental Pathology at the University of Florida.
Dr. Poulos left academia in 1991 to establish Poulos Veterinary Imaging, a consulting practice in veterinary radiology and ultrasound based in Ukiah, California.In 1992 he became the Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Institute for Genetic Disease Control in Animals ("GDC").
The seminar will cover three hours, each hour will be of increasing complexity.The first will cover general disease control and genetics topics.The second will include Ridgebacks and the GDC.The third hour will be a question and answer format and discussion regarding Ridgebacks and genetics.Participants are free to leave as the seminar as increasingly complex topics are discussed.The specialty committee is pleased to sponsor Dr. Poulos for this year's educational seminar at the specialty.
Untitled Document, 23 May 2001 [cached]
Dr Paul Poulos, WSAVA Representative for IEWG, and a member of the WSAVA Hereditary Defects Committee, describes the history and work of his association.
BEGINNINGS The International Elbow Working Group was founded in 1989 at a meeting in Davis, California, by a diverse group of internationally known veterinary surgeons, radiologists and geneticists with expertise and interest in elbow disease.In addition there was a statistician, a physicist and a person who was active in the "purebred dog world".At that meeting four aims were established:
To promote the study of elbow disease.
The then President Hans-Klaus Dreier completed this goal in September, 1999 at the WSAVA Assembly Meeting in Lyon, with the appointment of the then IEWG President, Paul Poulos, Jr., to the committee.
Affiliation with the WSAVA carries both responsibility and the possibility to expand IEWG's influence beyond the confines of academic medicine.From the realms of surgery and radiology it can progress to the realm of genetic counselling and, it is hoped, towards greater cooperation with the kennel clubs of the world through education and international registration.Last year in Amsterdam members explored the use of data analysis as a tool for genetic counselling and how it applies to elbow dysplasia.The information gleaned from that meeting should also be valuable for the control of other genetically linked diseases such as hip dysplasia, as well as non-orthopaedic diseases.
Dr. Paul Poulos
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