Margaret (Meg) Warner, DVM, MS
Sr. Professional Services Veterinarian, North Central Region (WI, MN, ND, SD, NE)
Dr. Margaret (Meg) Warner (she/her) is an amazing veterinarian who has dedicated over 30 years to the field. She graduated from Michigan State University with a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) degree in 1986 and later earned a Master of Science (MS) in Respiratory Physiology from the University of Wisconsin in 1991.
Throughout her career, Dr. Warner has held numerous leadership positions, including Chief of Staff and Regional Medical Director where she was responsible for over 50 hospitals. She has a wealth of experience in private practices from 2 to 9 veterinarians. However, in 2015, she decided to explore the corporate space and now works in a consulting role to support veterinary teams.
Dr. Warner is a tireless advocate for the veterinary profession and believes in promoting its endless potential for young people. She is excited about the growth in diversity and opportunities within the field and is a passionate mentor to early career veterinarians. An additional passion is the well -being and mental health of the profession. Dr Warner lectures nationally on the topic to veterinarians and staff addressing communication and resilience skills.
“Merck Animal Health is as passionate about veterinarians and veterinary medicine as I am.”
One of the reasons Dr. Warner joined Merck Animal Health is because she found a company that shares her values and genuinely cares about veterinarians. She was impressed by Merck Animal Health’s commitment to global health and their support for others. As a Sr. Professional Services Veterinarian, Dr. Warner focuses on supporting territory managers by providing them with the resources they need to deliver value to veterinary clinics. She believes that by bringing value to clinics, both the clinics and the company can thrive.
Outside of her work, Dr. Warner is an adventurous spirit who loves spending time outdoors. You can often find her hiking, kayaking, paddle-boarding, or biking. She has a deep appreciation for nature and is always seeking out new experiences. Recently, she has even taken up watercolor painting and learned to play the guitar and ukulele.
Dr. Margaret Warner is not only a highly experienced veterinarian but also a friendly and approachable person who is passionate about supporting her colleagues and the veterinary profession as a whole. She brings a positive and enthusiastic energy to everything she does.
- Master of Science, Respiratory Physiology, University of Wisconsin
- Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, Michigan State University
Areas of Interest
- Business efficiency and customer experience
- Improving client compliance
- Veterinary well-being and compassion fatigue
- Warner MM, Mitchell G. Role of catecholamines and beta receptors in ventilator response during hypoxic exercise. Respir Physiol. 1991;85:41–53.
- Warner MM, Mitchell G. Ventilatory responses to hyperkalemia and exercise in normoxic and hypoxic goats. Respir Physiol. 1990;82:239–249.
- Pizaro J, Warner MM, Ryan M, Bisgard GE. Intracarotid norepinephrine infusions inhibit ventilation in goats. Respir Physiol. 1992;90:299–310.
- Bisgard G, Warner MM, Pizarro J, Mitchell G. Noradrenergic Inhibition of the goat carotid body. Adv Exp Med Biol. 1993;337:259–263.