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Three questions for … Savannah Giannasi, VA-MD

The last couple of featured students have mentioned the supportive environment students provide for each other, an observation that makes me very happy. Savannah Giannasi of the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine (Class of 2020) made that observation as well. She was chosen by Nationwide field veterinarian Dr. Tonya Sparks.  … Continue reading Three questions for … Savannah Giannasi, VA-MD

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Three questions for … Taylor Isberner, University of Alaska/CSU

It’s not often — in fact, not ever — that a veterinary student we’ve wanted to feature apologizes for not responding quickly because she hit a moose. This struck me as the most Alaska of explanations possible! And that’s appropriate, because our latest featured student is an Alaskan through and … Continue reading Three questions for … Taylor Isberner, University of Alaska/CSU

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Three questions for … Shira Bleicher, Colorado State

It wasn’t that long ago that most of the visits to schools and colleges of veterinary medicine were mine to make. While I don’t miss the travel, I do miss meeting so many students in person. Fortunately, our wonderful team of Nationwide field veterinarians make these trips and choose wonderful … Continue reading Three questions for … Shira Bleicher, Colorado State

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Three questions for Dr. Meghan Wood, founder of the National VMBA

With the first National VBMA Alumni Conference coming up this weekend, I’m delighted and honored to highlight Dr. Meghan Wood, whose idea as a veterinary student became the National VBMA. Her story is a great way to share the history of how the amazing organization was born! As a rising … Continue reading Three questions for Dr. Meghan Wood, founder of the National VMBA