Anne de Vos, DVM: It’s all about perspective

Zomedica Uncategorized

Anne de Vos became a veterinarian in 1976 after earning her BVSc (Veterinary Science) degree from the University of Pretoria, located about 60 kilometers north of Johannesburg. At the time, there was only one veterinary school in the country and she was one of four females in her graduating class. Nevertheless, Dr. de Vos was as determined as ever. After …

Just a spark: Igniting innovation at the frontlines of clinical practice

Zomedica Uncategorized

By Stephanie Morley, DVM Chief Operations Officer and Vice President of Product Development Zomedica Share. Learn. Make friends. The things we learned in kindergarten are still applicable today as we approach innovation in veterinary medicine. I know. I know. I hate the word innovation too. It’s now a buzz word. And it’s easy to feel like innovation is another to-do …

Lynn Happel, DVM: The art of veterinary practice

Zomedica Uncategorized

Lynn Happel, DVM, and practice owner at Eastown Veterinary Clinic in Grand Rapids, Michigan, wanted to be a veterinarian since the third grade. And, her love of horses has since grown into a lifelong journey of working with animals. After graduating from Michigan State University (MSU) College of Veterinary Medicine in 2003, Dr. Happel worked for both large and small …

Kelly Wilson, DVM: Taking the lead to empower the visually impaired community

Zomedica Uncategorized

As a child, Dr. Kelly Wilson would rescue birds from fallen nests and nurse them back to health. And, what began as a caring endeavor has grown into a deep-rooted commitment to providing veterinary care to guide dogs at Leader Dogs for the Blind, a non-profit organization providing programming and guide dogs for the blind or visually-impaired, in Rochester Hills, …