Dr. Cullen Domaracki
Assistant Professor - Community Practice
Veterinary Clinical Sciences (VCS)
(225) 578-9600

Cullen earned his DVM from North Carolina State University in 2014. He worked in small animal private practice in Raleigh for two years, followed by one year of emergency and critical care medicine in Chattanooga, Tennessee. He joined LSU in 2017 as an assistant professor in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences and currently practices in the Community Practice department of the LSU Veterinary Teaching Hospital.

Teaching Interests:
Primary Care, Communication

 Awards & Honors:
  • 2020 Dean's Teacher Merit Honor Roll Year 1, 2
  • DVM North Carolina State University
  • BS University of Florida
  • How does distribution of clinical skills instruction impact learner cognitive load and skill retention? , LSU SVM Education Research Fund, $4,800.00
  • Is “one session, one skill” always better? The impact of number of skills taught per clinical skills laboratory session on learner cognitive load and skill retention. , Southeast Veterinary Education Consortium, $2,480.00
Journal Article, Academic Journal:
  • Gait scoring in dogs with thoracolumbar spinal cord injuries when walking on a treadmill., Olby, N; Lim, J; Babb, K; Bach, K; Domaracki, Cullen; Williams, K; Griffith, E; Harris, T; Muguet-Chanoit, A, 2014, BMC veterinary research , Volume: 10, Pages: 58