Dr. Rollings graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2000, and following graduation, he completed a small animal internship at Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital in Fort Collins, CO. He then completed a residency in small animal internal medicine at the University of Pennsylvania Veterinary Teaching Hospital (VHUP), obtaining his small animal internal medicine board certification in 2004. From there, he went on to complete a fellowship in veterinary nephrology/hemodialysis at the University of California Davis Veterinary Teaching Hospital and then spent a year as a lecturer in small animal internal medicine at VHUP before spending six years as a veterinary internist at Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston, MA.
Although Dr Rollings enjoys the complexity of all areas of small animal internal medicine, his special interests include nephrology, gastroenterology and infectious disease. He published an article on mesenteric avulsion in a dog and wrote a book chapter on ethylene glycol toxicosis in dogs and cats.
In addition to his passion for small animal internal medicine, Dr Rollings enjoys running, reading and hiking as well as both downhill and cross country skiing.