College of Veterinary Medicine


Gillian Angliss, DVM

Associate Dean, Clinical Programs
Associate Professor, General Veterinary Practice

Dr. Gillian Angliss is a 2007 graduate from the Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine. After completing a small animal rotating internship at NYC Veterinary Specialists (now Blue Pearl Midtown NYC), Dr. Angliss practiced Small Animal Emergency and Critical Care Medicine at specialty/referral hospitals in New York, Connecticut, and Maryland. Dr. Angliss then followed her passion for teaching and joined the Veterinary Technology department faculty at Mercy College (Dobbs Ferry, NY) as an Assistant Professor. While teaching, Dr. Angliss pursued additional training in High Quality High Volume Spay/Neuter (HQHVSN) and continued to practice in emergency hospitals and animal shelters.

In 2018 Dr. Angliss joined the faculty at the Western University of Health Sciences (WUHS, Pomona, CA) as a Clinical Assistant Professor. She taught clinical skills and surgery in all four years of the veterinary curriculum and a course in Small Animal Medicine. Dr. Angliss received the Zoetis Distinguished Teacher Award for the WUHS College of Veterinary Medicine and the university-wide WUHS Distinguished Teacher Award in 2022. Dr. Angliss also collaborated with students and faculty to perform research regarding Access to Care and Spectrum of Care with the goal of overcoming barriers while increasing access to needed veterinary care for pets and their families.

Dr. Angliss is enthusiastic to join LIU’s College of Veterinary Medicine as the Assistant Dean of Clinical Programs and Associate Professor of General Veterinary Practice. In addition to her teaching and research, Dr. Angliss is a voice for wellbeing within the profession. She is a certified mindfulness teacher and works to support the promotion of wellbeing for students and veterinary professionals through speaking and teaching engagements.

Outside of her professional life, Dr. Angliss enjoys exploring the outdoors with her husband and her beagle, Blue. Their home also includes a well-loved feisty feline, Chirp.