May 01, 2016

 

 American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation

Posted April 13, 2016

The American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation welcomed 50 new diplomates following the board certification examination it held Jan. 21-22 in Orlando, Florida. The new diplomates are as follows: 

Canine specialty

Leilani Alvarez, New York
Barbara Bockstahler, Vienna
Lee Breshears, Parker, Colorado
Lowri Davies, Swansea, Wales
Gemma Del Pueyo Montesinos, Leganes, Spain
Lauren Frank, Stamford, Connecticut
Oliver Harms, Hannover, Germany
Andrea Henderson, San Antonio
Kristina Kiefer, St. Paul, Minnesota
Nina Kieves, Columbus, Ohio
David Lane, Squamish, British Columbia
Anke Langenbach, Vienna, Virginia
Rosemary LoGiudice, Yorkville, Illinois
Sarah Love, Fairbanks, Alaska
Steve Martinez, Pullman, Washington
Evelyn Orenbuch, Marietta, Georgia
Pedro Rivera, Sturtevant, Wisconsin
Laura Romano, Calgary, Alberta
Dirsko von Pfeil, Washington, D.C.
Zoran Vrbanac, Zagreb, Croatia
Dana Whitlock, Oakland, California 

Equine specialty

Philippe Benoit, Les Breviaires, France
Ana Boado, Madrid
Jim Bryant, Snohomish, Washington
Stefan Cokelaere, Utrecht, Netherlands
Nathalie Crevier-Denoix, Maisons-Alfort, France
Josh Donnell, Pilot Point, Texas
Daniel French, Calgary, Alberta
Olivier Geffroy, Nantes, France
Katja Geser-von Peinen, Zurich
Raquel Gomez-Lucas, Madrid
Frances James, Newmarket, England
Judith Koenig, Guelph, Ontario
Selma Latif, Hindelbank, Switzerland
Jane Manfredi, East Lansing, Michigan
John Marshall, Glasgow, Scotland
Mark Martinelli, San Marcos, California
Annamaria Nagy, Newmarket, England
Suzan Oakley, Deleon Springs, Florida
Kyla Ortved, Elmont, New York
Laura Riggs, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Rachel Salz, Sydney
Carrie Schlachter, Petaluma, California
Stacy Semevolos, Corvallis, Oregon
Claudia Siedler, Vienna
Cate Steel, Parkville, Australia
Alison Talbot, Neston, England
Aziz Tnibar, Rabat, Morocco
Renate Weller, Hatfield, England
Egbert Willems, Laughton, England