After growing up in Rochester, NY and studying art history at Tufts University, Dr. Manchester moved on to veterinary school at Cornell University. She completed a small animal internship at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. The westward trend continued with a small animal internal medicine residency at CSU. Dr. Manchester is currently working toward a Ph.D. in Dr. Dow’s lab focused on characterizing the immune dysregulation in dogs with chronic enteropathy. When away from the lab, Dr. Manchester enjoys running on trails and roads, cooking, and spending time with her orange and white cat.
Master of Science, Colorado State University, 2018Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Cornell University, 2014Bachelor of Arts, Tufts University, 2008
Diplomate American College of Veterinary Medicine - Small Animal Internal Medicine Specialty
Manchester AC, Dogan B, Guo Y, Simpson KW. E. coli-associated granulomatous colitis in dogs treated according to antimicrobial susceptibility profiling. J Vet Intern Med 2020; 1-12.Manchester AC, Webb CB, Blake AB, Sarwar F, Lidbury JA, Steiner JM, Suchodolski JS. Long-term impact of tylosin on the fecal microbiota and fecal bile acids of healthy dogs. J Vet Intern Med 2019;33:2605-22617.Manchester AC, Hill S, Sabatino B, Armentano R, Carroll M, Kessler B, Miller M, Dogan B, McDonough SP & Simpson KW. Association between granulomatous colitis in French bulldogs & invasive Escherichia coli & response to fluoroquinolone antimicrobials. J Vet Intern Med 2013;27:56-61.
Small animal gastroenterology