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Emery renamed DVM publisher;

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Cleveland-David P. Emery was recently renamed publisher of DVM Newsmagazine, and Stephanie Davis was promoted to senior editor.

Cleveland-David P. Emery was recently renamed publisher of DVM Newsmagazine, and Stephanie Davis was promoted to senior editor.

Emery started with the magazine in 1987, and was named publisher in 1997.He left to pursue other opportunities in publishing in 1999.

Emery says that he will work toward increasing the reach, visibilityand leadership role of DVM Newsmagazine in the veterinary market. His primaryrole is to run the business side of the magazine.

Emery's leadership and insight in publishing and market research willalso help bring clearer understanding of market conditions to both readersand advertisers.

Emery says, "I'm pleased to be back in the veterinary market. Weare poised to do many more great things with the magazine and DVM's othereditorial products, including dvmnewsmagazine.com, DVM Best Practices, NewProduct Review and Your DVM Career for veterinary students."

Emery is based out of Chicago.

Davis started on DVM Newsmagazine as a newswire editor in 2000. Her dutieshave not only included writing articles for publication, but also coordinatingDVM's news coverage for its Web site.

"The depth of veterinary medicine continues to astound me. Veterinariansare involved in so many important areas of society, and it has been extremelyrewarding to share that information with our readers," she says.

Davis is an Ohio University graduate with a degree in magazine journalism.

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