American College of Zoological Medicine
Posted Dec. 1, 2007
Thirteen new diplomates were welcomed into the American College of Zoological Medicine after successful completion of the certification examination held Oct. 12-14 in Knoxville, Tenn. Each candidate selected one of five categories to be tested for on the certifying examination—general zoological, wildlife, aquatic, avian, or herptile medicine.
The new diplomates are Drs. Eric J. Baitchman, Boston; Ellen Bronson, Baltimore; Rob L. Coke, San Antonio; Jennifer J. D'Agostino, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Lauri J. Gage, Napa, Calif.; Pamela D. Govett, Pomona, Calif.; Leah L. Greer, Los Angeles; Jean-Michel Hatt, Zurich, Switzerland; Martin Haulena, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada; Jan C. Ramer, Indianapolis; Jessica L. Siegal-Willott, Orlando, Fla.; John M. Sykes IV, Van Nuys, Calif.; and Douglas P. Whiteside, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.