| Cierra Miller
||Motivated new graduate seeking employment in production animal medicine. Species of primary interest include cow calf, dairy, and small ruminant production. Seeking a progressive practice with support from experienced vets, guidance on career development, and opportunities to continue developing skills in youngstock care and consultation. Willing to relocate within the continental US.
||University of Minnesota
| Ashley Garatea
||My name is Ashley Garatea and I am currently a fourth year veterinary student at Western University of Health Sciences expecting to graduate in May of 2024. I am interested in joining a production animal or mixed animal practice following graduation. I have strong experience working with livestock and am passionate about contributing to production animal health.
I am looking to join a practice who emphasizes strong client relationships that facilitate working with clients to find the best management strategies to optimize animal health. I truly enjoy bovine theriogenology and would love to be able to further cultivate that passion. I am looking for a practice that is willing to provide mentorship and strong support for a new graduate. I am seeking a clinic that works as a team, supporting one another and collaborating to keep improving and progressing together. I am open to relocation and have no geographical preference for any opportunities.
||Western University of Health Sciences
| Victoria Tseng Paepcke
||I am a final year veterinary medicine student at Cornell University seeking a position at a production animal or mixed animal practice in Southern Ontario. I am enthusiastic about bovine production medicine, particularly dairy, as well as small ruminant, camelid and poultry medicine. I have an interest in advanced reproductive technologies, including artificial insemination and embryo transfer, and am also keen on small animal elective surgery.
I recently completed the Summer Dairy Institute program at Cornell University. Some of my other experiences with dairy cattle include working on a 60-head dairy farm in Quebec, milking at the Cornell Teaching Dairy Barn, as well as breeding cows as a part of the Cornell Teaching Dairy Health and Reproduction Team.
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