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Donna Bouley DVM, PhD, DACVP (Dr. B) Professor of Comparative Medicine Stanford School of Medicine (SOM) welcomes Participants to Pre-Vet Expo IV
Dr. Meera Heller DVM, PhD DACVIM Discusses Her Career as an Assistant Professor of
Clinical Livestock Medicine at
UC Davis CVM, Davis, CA
Dr. Stephen Felt DVM, MPH
DACLAM, Associate Professor of
Comparative Medicine at Stanford
Explains the Concept of "One Health"
Lots of Great Conversations Going on Over Lunch!
Vet Panel II (L --> R) Drs. A. Zehnder,
S. Bushmich, C. Foley, E. Graff
Dr. Stacey Kang DVM, a Lab
Animal Resident at Stanford, and a
Stanford Alum Talks with Dr. B at
the Suturing Table
Lisa Eshman DVM,
Program Director, Veterinary
Technology, Foothill College
Discusses this Profession with
Kelly Zeytoonian DVM Starwood Equine Veterinary Services Woodside, CA Describes a Typical Day as an Equine Practitioner
Dr. Sandra Bushmich DVM, MS Describes Her Role at the State Diagnostic Lab at Univ of Connecticut, Storrs, CT
Mike Murray DVM, Director of Veterinary Services at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Monterey, CA Describes His Field of Veterinary Medicine - "Things in water..."
Afternoon Vet Panel Q & A
Session, (L --> R) Drs. A Staatz,
V. Fravel, P. Buckmaster,
M. MacDougall, G. Suarez-Mier, A. Pascal-Tenorio
Vet Student Q & A Panel.
Clare Sherman Spoke about Her
Experiences in Vet School
L --> R Drs. B., M. Roodgar,
E. Seymour, T. Seymour
Alex Hicks-Nelson 2nd year at
Tufts CVM, BS Biology from Stanford
hangs out with Dr. B
Attendees Listen Attentively to the A.M. Veterinary Speakers
Dr. Emily Graff DVM, DACVP
Graduate Student at Auburn
University CVM, Describes Her
Studies of Obesity-Related
Diseases in Cats
During Eat Lunch with a Vet Session,
Dr. Travis Seymour VMD, MS (left), a Lab
Animal Resident at Stanford Talks with
Aurea Pascal-Tenorio, DVM Moderated the Vet Panel Q & A Sessions
Daimen Sagustume and Amy Chen
Students of Dr. B's, Oversee the Comparative
Plastinated Suturing Demo
Even Parents Participated in the Expo!
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