huji Koret School of Veterinary Medicine

Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment,
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

Hylton Bark, BVSc, Ph.D

Dipl. ECVIM-CA
Associate Professor, Veterinary Internal Medicine.
Director, Veterinary Teaching Hospital, The Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food & Environment, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
Incumbent Ryback-Pearson Chair in Veterinary Medicine

Office Address:
P.O. Box 12, Rehovot 76100, Israel
Phone: +972-(0)3-9688544
Fax: +972-(0)3-9604079
Email Address: Hylton.Bark@huji.ac.il


Special interests

Veterinary Education, Infectious diseases, Pulmonary Diseases and Pulmonary Function


Professional Experience and Qualifications

Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (DECVIM-CA)

Specialist (Israeli specialization), Veterinary Internal Medicine of Companion Animals.

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Teaching

Small Animal Internal Medicine, Physiology, Clinical Methods.

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Research

Infectious disese, Pulmonary Function Testing.

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Service

  • Director, Veterinary Teaching Hospital, Koret School of Veterinary Medicine.
  • Past President of European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
  • Chairman of the Scientific Council of the Israel Veterinary Association
  • Member Committee for Development and Academic planning, Koret School of Veterinary Medicine
  • Chairman, Internal Helsinki Committee of the Veterinary Hospital

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International interests

Veterinary education, Infectious diseases, Veterinary clinical pathology.

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Membership in Scientific organizations

- Israel Veterinary Medical Association.
- European College of Veterinary Internal Medicine.
- European Society of Veterinary Internal Medicine.

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Selected Recent Publications

Lavy, E.PI, Aroch, I.C, Bark, H.C, Markovics, A.C, Aizenberg, I.C, Hagag, A.S, Mazaki-Tovi, M.C and Harrus, S.C (2002). Evaluation of doramectin for the treatment of experimental canine spirocercosis. Vet. Parasitol. 109:65-73.

Bark, H.PI and Cohen, R.PI (2002). Use of an objective, structured clinical examination as a component of the final-year examination in small animal internal medicine and surgery. J. Amer.Vet. Med.Assoc. 221:1262-1265.

Lavy, E.PI, Harrus, S.C, Mazaki-Tovi, M.C, Bark, H.C, Markovics, A.C, Hagag, A.S, Aizenberg, I.C and Aroch, I.C (2003). Spirocerca lupi in dogs: Prophylactic effect of doramectin. Res. Vet. Sci. 75:217-222

Harrus, S.PI, Waner, T.C, Friedmann-Morvinski, D.C, Fishman, Z.S, Bark, H.C and Harmelin, A.PI (2003). Down-regulation of MHC class II receptors of DH82 cells, following infection with Ehrlichia canis. Vet. Immunol. Immunop. 96:239-243

Shahar, R.PI, and Bark, H.PI Veterinary Medicine in Israel 2006. J. Vet. Med. Edu. 33 233-237.

Bark, H.PI, Shahar, R.PI The use of the Objective, Structured Clinical Examination in small animal internal medicine and surgery. 2006.. J. Vet. Med. Edu. 33 588.

Bark, H.PI, Bar-Yishay E.C, Putilov A.C, Epstein, A.C, Godfrey S.PI 2007. Non-Invasive Forced Expiratory Flow-Volume Curves to Measure Lung Function in Cats. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology. 155(1):49-54

Epstein, AC, Godfrey SPI, Bar-Yishay E.C, Putilov A.C, Bark, H.PI.2007 Non-invasive measurement of Total Respiratory Compliance and Resistance in Cats. Respiratory Physiology & Neurobiology 156(2):179-86

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