March 01, 2016

 

 American Board of Veterinary Practitioners

​Posted Feb. 10, 2016

The American Board of Veterinary Practitioners welcomed 21 new diplomates and recognized three dual-certified diplomates following the board certification examination held Nov. 11-12, 2015, in New Orleans. The new diplomates are as follows: 

Canine and Feline Practice

Audra Alley, Cary, North Carolina
Louisa Asseo, Concord, California
Lynne Caikoski, Chico, California
Virginia Corrigan, Blacksburg, Virginia
Staci Dennis, College Station, Texas
Alicia Esser, Honesdale, Pennsylvania
Thomas Hansen, Brentwood, California
Jacqueline Johnson, San Diego
Dana Kuehn, Washington, D.C.
Susan Porter, Douglas, Australia
Heidi Sheahan, Bakersfield, California
Laura Stock-Barth, Ames, Iowa 

Dairy Practice

Brendan McMullen, Angola, Indiana
Angela Rowson, Peosta, Iowa 

Equine Practice

Luke Bass, Fort Collins, Colorado
Jennifer Burns, Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island 

Exotic Companion Mammal Practice

*Nicole Wyre, Philadelphia 

Feline Practice

Jill Kitson, Fort Wayne, Indiana
Erin Dresner, Spring, Texas 

Food Animal Practice

Hilari French, Sidney, Illinois 

Shelter Medicine Practice

Cynthia Cox, Salem, Massachusetts
*Brian DiGangi, Gainesville, Florida
Kate Hurley, West Sacramento, California
*Stephanie Janeczko, Clifton, New Jersey
 
*Dr. Wyre was previously certified in avian practice, and Drs. DiGangi and Janeczko were previously certified in canine/feline practice.