Dr. Amanda Inman is a veterinarian in Florida (USA). She graduated from the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine in 2017, and then completed a rotating internship in medicine and surgery at the UF CVM. She is currently a clinical lecturer with the emergency and critical care service at the UF College of Veterinary Medicine. She does not see patients outside of the UF Small Animal Hospital.

Dr. Inman has owned Bracchi Italiani since 2005. She co-founded the Bracco Italiano Club of America in 2007 and has held multiple positions within that organization. As of 2021, she is the current president of the BICA and chairperson of the BICA health committee. She is part of the Bracco Italiano Health and Education Advisory Group (UK) and is a member of the Bracco Italiano Health Foundation (US).

Her interest in nephrology began in 2012, when her foundation bitch was diagnosed with kidney disease (later confirmed to be renal amyloidosis). Her current research focuses on characterizing and seeking genetic markers for the kidney disease seen in purebred Bracco Italiano dogs.

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