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Jerold S. Bell, DVM. is a Clinical Associate Professor and Director of the Clinical Veterinary Genetics Course for the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. He is on the AKC Canine Health & Welfare Advisory Panel, and the Board of Directors of the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals. He was trained in genetics and genetic counseling at Michigan State University, and the University of Missouri. His DVM. is from Cornell University. Dr. Bell is a lecturer to all breed and individual breed dog clubs. He is the project administrator of genetic disease control programs for national parent clubs, performs genetic counseling through Veterinary Genetic Counseling, and practices small animal medicine at Freshwater Veterinary Hospital in Enfield, CT. He and his wife breed Gordon Setters.