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Dr. Sherman received her bachelor’s degree with honors from Stanford University in 2012, where she studied Environmental Science and Biology as a pre-veterinary student. She went on to earn her doctorate in veterinary medicine from Cornell University in 2017. After graduating from veterinary school, Dr. Sherman decided to pursue further specialty training, and completed a small animal rotating internship at the Veterinary Specialty Hospital in San Diego. There she worked closely with the Cardiology, Neurology, Ophthalmology, Surgery, Internal Medicine, Emergency and Critical Care specialists, and developed a love for emergency medicine. After completing her internship, she started a residency in Emergency and Critical Care at Colorado State University.  She enjoyed working with students and the challenging cases there, but quickly realized she was ready to leaveacademia and start her career back in San Francisco. Dr. Sherman moved back to the Bay Area, and now works as an Emergency Veterinarian at SAGE Veterinary Centers. She enjoys collaborating with her many specialist colleagues as well as spending time with many of them outside of work. In her spare time, she likes cooking, camping, and traveling with her fiance. They have one rescued cat named Max.


Portrait of Clare Sherman, DVM