Dr. Granfone grew up in the Boston area and graduated from Worcester Polytechnic Institute with a degree in biology and biotechnology. She attended Ross University on the island of St Kitts and then completed her clinical year at Colorado State University. After graduating veterinary school, she pursued an emergency focused rotating internship at the Emergency Animal Clinic in Phoenix, AZ, where her passion for critical care began. Dr. Granfone just completed an emergency and critical care residency at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
Dr. Granfone is happy to be back in a warm climate! Her current interests include snake envenomation, mechanical ventilation, toxicities, canine parvovirus, and sepsis. Dr. Granfone is board-certified by the American College of Emergency & Critical Care.