Nora S. Grenager

VMD, DACVIM

Director of Internal Medicine - Menlo Park

Primary Clinic: Menlo Park

Dr. Nora Grenager grew up on a small farm in central Pennsylvania and could always be found out in the barn with the horses. She knew she wanted to be an equine vet from a young age.

 

Nora earned her BA from Amherst College, her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania, and then did her internship and internal medicine residency at Steinbeck Equine. Nora’s professional interests include internal medicine (especially endocrine disease, respiratory disease, ultrasound, and cardiology), laminitis, and preventive herd health. She has written and edited numerous peer-reviewed veterinary articles, contributed to—or edited—several veterinary textbooks, is finishing up writing a clinical anatomy textbook, and is an active volunteer in many veterinary organizations.

 

Nora loves spending time with her husband, David, daughter, Sally, and dog, Riley, and doing almost anything outside (running, hiking, snowboarding, kayaking) in beautiful California, as well as playing music. 

Background:

   

  • 2016 Rejoined Steinbeck Country Equine Clinic

   

  • 2011 Moved to VA, provided internal medicine and emergency services to Woodside Equine Clinic, the Piedmont Equine Practice, Dubai Equine, and Virginia Tech’s Marion Dupont Scott Equine Medical Center

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  • 2006-2011 Steinbeck Country Equine Clinic, internal medicine residency (board-certified in 2010) and associate veterinarian

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  • 2005-2006 Steinbeck Country Equine Clinic, Internship

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  • 2005 University of Pennsylvania, Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine

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  • 2000 Amherst College, BA Biology

 

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  • Orsini JA, Grenager NG, Carr J, Benner P. What is Your Diagnosis? Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. Feb 2006; 228(3): 353.

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