1 Telemedicine Consultants Radiology Consultants Joey Amory, DVM, DACVR Dr. Amory works in private practice in Raleigh, North Carolina. He grew up in Charlottesville, Virginia, where he was active with 4-H and competed in dressage with his warmblood and Morgan horses. He is a graduate of Virginia Tech and received his veterinary degree from Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine. Prior to his radiology residency at the University of Pennsylvania, he completed an equine sports medicine/imaging internship at Virginia Equine Imaging and a small-animal imaging internship at Ross University. He and his partner Chris have a pug named Hyacinth. In their free time they enjoy outdoor activities, traveling and visiting with their friends and family. Yseult Baeumlin, DVM, DECVDI Kristy Barksdale, DVM, DACVR Dr. Barksdale grew up in Guaynabo, PR and obtained her bachelor s degree at the University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras campus. She received her DVM from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2006, and spent her clinical year ( ) at the University of Missouri. After veterinary school, she completed a rotating small animal medicine and surgery in the Chicago area at VCA Aurora/Berwyn. Once the internship was finished, she moved with her husband and furry children to Portland, OR to begin her radiology residency at VDIC in When IDEXX acquired VDIC in 2009, she became IDEXX s first radiology resident! Dr. Barksdale and her family (including the new addition of her daughter born in Portland) moved to the east coast once the residency was finished to work at a specialty practice in Maitland, FL, but returned to her IDEXX family January She still lives in sunny Florida with her husband, daughter, son and multitude of four-legged kids. Kathy A. Beck, DVM, DACVR Dr. Beck completed her undergraduate studies at Oregon State University and her DVM degree at Washington State University. She became fascinated with diagnostic imaging while in veterinary school and decided to pursue a residency at that time. She completed a rotating small animal internship at Cornell University s New York State College of Veterinary Medicine immediately following graduation from WSU. Dr. Beck went on to her radiology residency at University of California, Davis and became board-certified in Postresidency she began her career as an academic radiologist working as an assistant professor at University of Wisconsin Madison, then Cornell University. In 1992 she left the world of academia to pursue a career in private practice specialty medicine, joining the staff at Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston. She served as staff radiologist and director of diagnostic imaging at Angell until joining VDIC, now IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants, in She very much enjoys the mysteries of diagnostic imaging and the help that she can provide to pets and their owners as well as referring veterinarians.
2 James C. Brown, Jr., DVM, MS, DACVR Dr. Brown received his doctor of veterinary medicine degree from the University of Georgia in He completed a small animal medicine and surgery internship in 2004 at The Ohio State University. He completed his radiology residency also at The Ohio State University, and became board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Radiology in Dr. Brown served as a clinical assistant professor in diagnostic imaging at North Carolina State University for 6 years, where he was involved in resident training, teaching and research prior to joining IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants in He is actively involved in the ACVR, serving as a committee chair and member within the organization. Jamie lives in the Raleigh area in North Carolina with his wife and 2 young sons. When not working, he enjoys staying fit and running, going to the beach, and college basketball and football. Dawn Brumfield, DVM, DACVR Dr. Brumfield grew up in Northern California and decided she wanted to be a veterinarian when she was 10 years old. She started volunteering at a small animal veterinary practice in high school and worked in private practice during her undergraduate and veterinary coursework. She obtained a bachelors degree in Nutrition Science from the University of California at Davis. She also received her DVM from the University of California at Davis and completed an internship in private practice in Northern California. She completed her residency in diagnostic imaging at the University Of Tennessee School Of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Brumfield enjoys problem solving and achieving a diagnosis that can help animals and their owners, which makes diagnostic imaging a perfect fit for her. During her free time, Dr. Brumfield enjoys cooking, hiking, mountain biking, wakeboarding and snowboarding. She enjoys the variety of restaurants and music venues in Seattle. She also loves spending time with her husband and son. Matt Cannon, DVM, DACVR Alaina Carr, DVM, DACVR Dr. Carr received her doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Washington State University in After graduation, she did a long-term internship for a small animal referral and emergency hospital prior to completing her residency in diagnostic imaging at the University of California, Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. Dr. Carr became board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Radiology in 2012 and served as an acting faculty member at the University of California, Davis for one year. Dr. Carr s research interests involve imaging of the feline urinary tract with ultrasound and computed tomography (CT). Dr. Carr s free time is spent at the barn with her thoroughbred horse, Eagle, but she also enjoys quality time with her husband (Doug) and dog (Sam).
3 Constance E. De Haan, DVM, MA, DACVR Dr. De Haan received her BS in BioResource Science and Genetics from the University of California, Berkeley. She received her doctor of veterinary medicine degree from the University of California, Davis in After two years in general practice, Dr. De Haan did her residency in radiology at Washington State University, and became a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology in She then returned home and has been practicing radiology in the San Francisco Bay Area and Sonoma County for the last twenty years. Dr. De Haan was an owner of Animal Care Center of Sonoma County and then continued on as medical director when the practice was acquired by VCA in In 2013, she completed a Masters in Organization Development at Sonoma State University and also became a certified Executive Coach. Dr. De Haan is excited to now work for IDEXX, continuing to practice radiology and developing both an internal and external consulting practice in organization development and somatic coaching. When not working, Dr. De Haan is usually out pursuing some outdoor activity (hiking, cycling, running, kayaking, skiing, sailing ) or inside cooking, acting as assistant brewer/wine maker or playing viola. Tod Drost, DVM, DACVR Dr. Drost graduated from the University of Florida with a DVM in 1991 and completed his radiology residency at North Carolina State University in He has 18 years of experience at Oklahoma State and The Ohio State University Colleges of Veterinary Medicine as a clinical radiologist and educator. He was on the ACVR Executive Council from , serving as president in Dr. Drost lives on a small farm in central Ohio with his lovely wife and their 3 children. In his spare time, he enjoys the outdoor work and critters on the farm, cooking and watching football. Alessia Ebling, DrMedVet, DECVDI Dr. Ebling is a 2004 graduate of the Tierspital at the University of Zurich in Switzerland. After completing an internship at the Alamo Pintado Equine Medical Center in California, she began her imaging diagnostic carrier with a large-animal ultrasound and cardiology fellowship at the University of Pennsylvania. After returning to Switzerland in 2008, she completed a residency program at the University of Zurich and successfully achieved the European Diplomate status of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging in Since then, she has been working in small-animal referral centers in Switzerland. In her spare time she enjoys diving, inline skating, skiing, travelling and other outdoor activities in the Swiss Alps.
4 Stephanie C. Essman, DVM, MS, DACVR Dr. Essman received her DVM from Oklahoma State University in 1998 and completed her radiology residency and Masters program at the University of Missouri in Dr. Essman was an assistant professor of radiology at the University of Missouri from In 2012 she decided to pursue teleradiology full time and is now an independent radiologist consultant. She recently moved from Columbia, MO to San Diego, California. In her free time, she enjoys cycling, hiking, backpacking and traveling. John Feleciano, DVM, DACVR Dr. Feleciano received his doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Colorado State University in 1994; he was in general practice for 7 years and during that time founded a mobile ultrasound practice. In 2001, he pursued a residency at VDIC, Oregon State University and Washington State University, and he became a diplomate in the American College of Veterinary Radiology in Following his radiology residency, he joined the VDIC medical team and was a partner in VDIC and the director of radiology for 2 years prior to joining forces with IDEXX. He currently serves as the manager of radiology for IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants. In his spare time he enjoys spending time with his family sailing, skiing and camping. Erica L. Fields, DVM, DACVR Dr. Fields received her doctor of veterinary medicine degree from North Carolina State University. After an internship at VCA Berwyn and VCA Aurora in the Chicago area, she was a small-animal general practitioner in Georgia and North Carolina. She returned to North Carolina State University for a diagnostic imaging residency, where she developed a strong interest in computed tomography (CT). She was a faculty member at the University of Tennessee until She particularly enjoys imaging of exotic animals. She and her husband have two active dogs and two sweet cats, and they hope to add some hens, goats and alpacas. Kathy Gelatt, DVM, DACVR Dr. Gelatt received her undergrad degree in animal science from University of Florida in 1989, her DVM from North Carolina State University in 1993, and her radiology residency at the University of Florida from Dr. Gelatt has been boarded in radiology since She worked at the University of Minnesota in the radiology department for about five years and then worked for a private practice group in Cleveland, Ohio for approximately four years. In 2006, she moved back to Florida to be closer to her family and locu med at UF-CVM for 2 years. In 2007, Dr. Gelatt started her own radiology private practice, North Florida Veterinary Radiology and began consulting for IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants. When not cheering for the Gators, she enjoys playing with pets, gardening, reading and going fishing and boating with her husband and son.
5 John P. Graham, DVM, MVR, MSc, DVR, MRCVS, DECVDI, DACVR Dr. Graham graduated from the faculty of veterinary medicine at University College Dublin, Ireland. He worked for 5 years in mixed animal and small animal practice in the UK. He then completed a residency program in diagnostic imaging in the department of clinical radiology of the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, Uppsala, Sweden. He was a visiting lecturer in veterinary radiology at the School of the Veterinary Medicine, Onderstepoort, South Africa. Following this, he became a faculty member at the College of the Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida, working there until He then worked in a private referral practice until 2011 and is now a consultant radiologist for IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants. He is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology and of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging. When not working he enjoys snorkeling, standup paddle boarding, kayaking and golfing. Jennifer Hanson, DVM, DACVR Dr. Hanson received her DVM from Tufts University in After an internship at Angell Animal Medical Center in Boston and three years in small animal practice, she returned to Tufts for her radiology residency. She became board-certified and joined VDIC in Dr. Hanson was the resident director for VDIC s second radiology resident and managed VDIC s quarterly newsletter. She has published several peer-reviewed articles and spoken at local and national meetings. Dr. Hanson has been with IDEXX since the acquisition of VDIC in Outside of work, she enjoys cooking, reading, crossword puzzles, white water rafting and otherwise enjoying the beauty of the Pacific Northwest. Angela Hartman, DVM, DACVR Angela completed a bachelor of science degree in biochemistry from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia, in She worked in fundamental research in cell biology at UCLA School of Medicine. She shifted focus to veterinary medicine and entered veterinary school at UC Davis, completing the program in She worked in general practice and returned to UC Davis for her radiology residency, attaining board certification in She entered academic radiology at Massey University in New Zealand in She worked part-time for VDIC/IDEXX since March 2005, becoming a full-time contractor in Dr. Hartman spends most of her time with her wonderful partner, two teenage sons and a heap of rescued dogs, cats, sheep, cattle and goats. They all live happily on a farm in sunny Nelson, New Zealand. Jonathan Hayles, DVM, MS, DACVR Dr. Hayles was born in Rochester, New York, but eventually landed in San Diego where he attended University of California, San Diego for his undergraduate degree. His veterinary degree was attained at University of California, Davis and residency at Washington State University. Dr. Hayles joined IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants in 2012 as a full-time teleradiologist. He and his wife (Andrea), son (Alexander), and dog (CJ) are now back in San Diego, enjoying the copious amount of sunshine, good weather, wine and surf.
6 Victoria Heffelman, DVM, DACVR Dr. Heffelman is a Colorado native and attended vet school at Colorado State Univeristy, graduating in She completed her residency in Diagnostic Imaging at Michigan State University in Needing sun and mountains, she returned to the west and settled in the Phoenix, AZ area. Dr. Heffelman is now a proud owner of Desert Veterinary Medical Specialists, with two Internists and a Cardiologist as her business partners. She has just begun to work part-time for IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants reading Teleradiology cases. She has a husband, two dogs (Quinn, a Corgi, and Wiley, a Chihuahua) and one cat (Piccolo). Her family enjoys hiking, ATV-ing, boating/kayaking and everything outdoorsy that Arizona has to offer! Jennifer Johnson-Neitman, DVM, DACVR Dr. Johnson-Neitman received her undergraduate in animal science at Oklahoma State University in She continued at OSU and received her doctor of veterinary medicine degree in She did a one year internship followed by a one-year fellowship at OSU in diagnostic imaging from Dr. Johnson-Neitman completed her residency in diagnostic imaging and radiology at Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine in She joined IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants in early 2013 after spending time working as a radiologist in both academia and private specialty practice. Nathan Keppie, DVM, MS, DACVR Dr. Keppie obtained his DVM from the Atlantic Veterinary College at the University of Prince Edward Island in Charlottetown, PEI, Canada, in He went on to complete a 1-year internship in large-animal medicine at the University of Saskatchewan in Dr. Keppie then completed a residency in radiology and a master s degree at Michigan State University in He joined VDIC as a teleradiologist in 2005 and has worked with them through their transition to IDEXX Laboratories. Jennifer Kinns, BSc, VetMB, DECVDI, DACVR Dr. Kinns graduated from the University of Cambridge veterinary school in England, and spent two years in practice before moving to the U.S. to complete her residency training at the University of Pennsylvania. In 2007 she became a diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging and the American College of Veterinary Radiology. She was on the faculty at Michigan State University for three years where she ran the residency training program. In 2010 a move to IDEXX meant that she could go home to Scotland to be closer to family and friends. She has authored several papers and book chapters on small and large animal imaging, and is currently on the exam committee for the European radiology diploma. She lives in rural Perthshire with her husband, two children, three dogs, cat and chickens.
7 Dave Kunz, DVM, DACVR Dr. Kunz s first degree is in technical theater. After having worked on numerous productions and national tours, he chose to pursue a career in veterinary medicine. After receiving his doctor of veterinary medicine degree from the University of Missouri Columbia in 2001, he practiced emergency medicine in St. Louis area and entered a radiology residency program in He completed his radiology residency at University of Missouri in Dr. Kunz comes to us after having worked as a radiologist at a specialty hospital near Chicago. Dr. Kunz enjoys all aspects of radiology with a special interest in ultrasound. Michele Laurenson, DVM, DACVR Dr. Laurenson attended the University of California, Davis, and completed a Bachelor of Science degree in Biological Systems Engineering. She later obtained her doctor of veterinary medicine degree at UC Davis in After veterinary school, she completed a one-year rotating internship at VMSG, followed by a year doing general practice and emergency medicine at a small animal hospital in northern California. Dr. Laurenson returned to UC Davis as a radiology resident and became board-certified in Dr. Laurenson has published papers on the topics of both CT and ultrasound, but enjoys all aspects of diagnostic imaging. She is a California native and enjoys spending time with family, cooking, gardening and the sport of dog agility with her border collie, Jerry. Sofija Liles, DVM, MS, DACVR Dr. Liles graduated from Duke University in 1996 where she received her BS degree in Biology and Environmental Sciences. She then attended Auburn University where she received her DVM in In 2003, Dr. Liles completed a small animal surgery and medicine rotating internship at Sonora Veterinary Specialists. Before joining VDIC, now IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants, she completed her diagnostic imaging residency at North Carolina State. Dr. Liles currently lives in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and provides teleradiology services for IDEXX. When not working, she loves spending time outside in the great outdoors with her two young girls (May and Olivera), her husband Bart and their pug Peanut. With two national parks out their front door, they love to ski, hike, fish and go for bike rides.
8 Christopher MacKay, DVM, MS, DACVR Dr. MacKay grew up in Nova Scotia in eastern Canada and graduated veterinary school from the Atlantic Veterinary College in Prince Edward Island. After completing a small animal rotating internship at the University of Pennsylvania, he moved to Portland Oregon workng for 8 years in an emergency and referral practice. He completed his residency training in radiology at Washington State University in 2012 and then moved to Fort Collins Colorado where he worked for nearly 2 years as an assistant professor before joining the IDEXX Telemedicine team. He lives with his wife Kari, two children Samantha and Chase, two dogs, Parker and Jellybean, and two cats, Marty and Cleo. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his family and exploring the beautiful Colorado outdoors on his feet, bicycles and skis. Wilfried Mai, DVM, MS, PhD, DECVDI, DACVR Dr. Mai graduated from the Ecole Veterinaire de Maisons-Alfort (France) in 1995 and then continued on as an intern before a diagnostic imaging residency at the Ecole Veterinaire de Lyon (France). He became a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging (ECVDI) in 2000 and completed a Master in Biomedical Engineering at the same time. He then embarked on a PhD in Biomedical Engineering that he started in France and finished at Duke University in North Carolina. Dr. Mai moved to the United States in 2003 and started teaching at UPenn, Philadelphia in 2004, where he is now an Associate Professor of Radiology and Chief of Radiology. He became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology in He works part time for IDEXX as a teleradiologist. In his free time, he practices Brazilian jiu jitsu. His other passions include cooking, traveling and scuba diving. Alyce Marks, DVM, DACVR Dr. Marks received her DVM from Louisiana State University in She then completed a 1-year rotating small-animal internship at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Marks went on to her diagnostic imaging residency at the University of Tennessee College of Veterinary Medicine and became board-certified in She worked in private practice in Houston, Texas, for 1 year before deciding to move back to Louisiana and joining IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants in When not working, she enjoys spending time with her husband and their numerous pets and traveling.
9 Jesse K. Nagy, DVM, MS, DACVR Dr. Nagy graduated from Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in He was a small animal practitioner until beginning a radiology internship and residency at the University of Illinois After completing his residency, he became a member of the faculty at the University of Missouri. He stayed on as faculty for 6 years then did part-time teleradiology and onsite work at a specialty hospital and now works full time for IDEXX as an imaging consultant. In his free time, Jesse enjoys lifting weights and coaching hockey. He keeps busy with his wife, two children, four dogs, four cats, goats, two llamas, two alpacas, chickens and a cow. Anna Newitt, BVSc, DVDI, DECVDI, MRCVS Mark Owen, BVSc, DipECVDI, FANZCVS, MRCVS Dr. Owen graduated from Massey University in New Zealand, and spent some time in general mixed practice before undertaking a diagnostic imaging residency training spread between Massey University, the Royal Veterinary College, London and Tufts University, in Boston. He successfully completed specialist examinations in diagnostic imaging for the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists and also the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging. After working for many years in the diagnostic imaging department at Massey University Veterinary Teaching Hospital, he left to work privately in his own imaging business. He has been an IDEXX consultant radiologist since He is currently chief examiner for the Australian and New Zealand College, and is actively involved in both undergraduate and postgraduate teaching throughout Australasia. Mark participates in ironman triathlons and likes to get out on his bike or go for a run when time permits. Matthew Paek, VMD, MS, DACVR Dr. Paek is originally from the Philadelphia, PA area where he graduated from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. After completing a one-year rotating internship in medicine and surgery at a large private practice in Red Bank, New Jersey, he returned to the University of Pennsylvania for residency and is now a board certified Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology. He enjoys all aspects of diagnostic imaging including radiology, contrast studies, fluoroscopy, ultrasound, computed tomography (CT), CT-angiography, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). He currently lives and works as a veterinary radiologist in Maryland. In his spare time, Dr. Paek enjoys spending time with his family including his wife, newborn and Yorkshire Terrier, as well as traveling and watching Philadelphia sports teams. Steve Pokorny, DVM, Dip.ACVR
10 Sarah Pownder, DVM, DACVR Dr. Pownder graduated from veterinary school at Washington State University and went on to complete her diagnostic imaging residency at Cornell University in She has a strong interest in musculoskeletal radiology with a focus on MRI. Dr. Pownder grew up almost exclusively in the Pacific Northwest but is now living on the East Coast. In addition to work, she spends her spare time traveling and gardening. She lives with her two Persian cats, Nestle and Cadbury. She joined IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants in Steven Ringold, DVM, MS, DACVR Dr. Ringold graduated from the University of Wisconsin in 1994, completing an internship in small animal medicine, surgery and critical care at Colorado State University in Dr. Ringold worked in San Diego for 10 years practicing emergency medicine, shelter medicine and general practice, teaching at a community college and volunteering at a wildlife rehabilitation center for endangered species of small cats. Dr. Ringold completed a residency in diagnostic imaging in He now lives in Montgomery County Maryland with his wife, three sons, daughter, Superfly the cat and Kasha the dog, but you might catch him backpacking or snowboarding in Colorado, or surfing in California. Dr. Ringold is thrilled to be working with IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants. Michael Roy, DVM, MS, DACVR Dr. Roy received his DVM degree from University of California, Davis in He completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery in Tucson, Arizona in 2001, where he fell in love with the desert. Dr. Roy served as a faculty lecturer in small animal emergency medicine at University of California, Davis from He completed his residency in radiology at Colorado State University, serving as chief resident, and became board-certified in He was the staff radiologist at Veterinary Specialty Center of Tucson from He became a full-time member of the IDEXX teleradiology team in 2013, after having been a consultant for VDIC/IDEXX since Dr. Roy resides in Tucson, Arizona with his wife Celeste, who is a boardcertified veterinary dentist. They share their home with their chow chows, Nublet and Placebo, who enjoy ruling the house. Jaime Sage, DVM, DACVR Dr. Sage received her DVM from Texas A&M, her MS from The Ohio State University, and is licensed to practice in Oregon. Dr. Sage has issued reports for over 1,000 MRI studies in her career, and has personally performed nearly 100 on-site MRI procedures in southern Oregon in three years. With academic credentials in MRI physics and extensive, hands-on experience in the field, Dr. Sage is one of the most experienced veterinary radiologists.
11 Rochelle Salwei, DVM, DACVR Dr. Salwei completed her residency at the University of Wisconsin in Prior to that, she lived in Sacramento, California and worked one year in general practice after finishing a small animal medicine and surgery internship at the Sacramento Animal Medical Group. Her veterinary training was at Kansas State University College of Veterinary Medicine. In 2004, Dr. Salwei joined VDIC, which was later acquired by IDEXX Laboratories in Dr. Salwei functions as an in house radiologist where she reads analog films, teleradiology and performs in-house and road ultrasound services. In her spare time, she is an avid dog agility competitor. She trials competitively with her border collie, Digsy, and has a second dog in training named Tate. Travis Saveraid, DVM, DACVR Dr. Saveraid grew up in Iowa and received his doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Iowa State University in 2000, following in the footsteps of his father and grandfather. After working in a small animal general and referral practice in Maine for two years, he completed a three-year radiology residency at Washington State University in After residency he was a clinical associate professor at the University of Minnesota until 2009, followed by a one-year position as a visiting radiology instructor at University of Zurich, Switzerland. Dr. Saveraid developed an independent teleradiology service, VetRadiologist, with an emphasis on CT and MR consulting interpretations before joining IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants in When not spending time working or with his two cats, three chickens, and four kids, Travis restores tallgrass prairie and helps his mom manage a 120 cow-calf herd of grass-fed black angus on the family farm in Iowa. Irene Schaafsma, DVM MVR DipECVDI Dr. Schaafsma is originally from the Netherlands, where she finished both her veterinary degree and radiologist training. After 2 years at the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences in Uppsala and 6 years in private referral practice in the UK, she joined IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants as a teleradiologist. She lives in the countryside of Hampshire, UK, with her partner and 3 lively cats. In her free time, she enjoys hiking, bicycling and running; however, her favorite hobbies are cooking, photography and traveling. Donald E. Thrall, DVM, PhD, DACVR (Radiology, Radiation Oncology) Dr. Thrall graduated from the Purdue University Veterinary School and completed MS and PhD degrees at Colorado State University. He held faculty positions at the University of Georgia, the University of Pennsylvania and North Carolina State University before joining the faculty of Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine in He served as editor of Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound, the official journal of the American College of Veterinary Radiology for over 30 years. He is also the editor of the Textbook of Veterinary Diagnostic Radiology, 6th edition, and coauthor, with Dr. Ian Robertson, of the Atlas of Normal Radiographic Anatomy and Anatomic Variants in the Dog and Cat, both published by Elsevier. His main responsibility at IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants relates to radiology quality control but he also spends some time reading radiology cases.