September 01, 2017

 

 American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine

Posted Aug. 16, 2017

The American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine certified 46 new diplomates following the certification examination it held July 16 in Bethesda, Maryland. The new diplomates are as follows:

Dil Alper, New Haven, Connecticut
Damodaran Annamalai, Boston
Bethany Atchley, Bethesda, Maryland
Gillian Braden, Frederick, Maryland
Monica Burns, Boston
Cynthia Cary, Atlanta
Deepti Chadalavada, Gaithersburg, Maryland
Dalis Collins, Houston
John Dutton, Boerne, Texas
Rebecca Erickson, Chicago
James Finlay, Duarte, California
Zachary Freeman, Baltimore
Melany Gee, Winston-Salem, North Carolina
Nneka George, Lawrence, Kansas
Philip Gerwin, Groton, Connecticut
Anna Goodroe, Baltimore
Abigail Greenstein, Chicago
Lauren Habenicht, Boston
Sarah Hansen, Columbia, Missouri
Sara Hegge, Rockville, Maryland
Nicole Herndon, New York
Christian Hofer, Fairfax, Virginia
Matthew Hogan, Charlestown, Massachusetts
Monika Huss, Los Altos Hills, California
Terri Iwata, Seattle
Carissa Jones, Brentwood, Tennessee
Stacy Kang, Palo Altos, California
Nathan Koewler, Roseville, Minnesota
Mia Lieberman, Boston
Cynthia Lockworth, Houston
Nicole Lukovsky-Akhsanov, Atlanta
Branden Maxwell, Bethesda, Maryland
Stacy Meeker, Seattle
Jennifer Mitchell, Houston
Anna Mullins, Bethesda, Maryland
Allison Ostdiek, Chicago
Sara C. Pfeiffer, Philadelphia
Kamala Rapp-Santos, Frederick, Maryland
Jacqueline Scapa, Boston
Curtis Schondelmeyer, Boston
Jem Scott-Emuakpor, Raleigh, North Carolina
Stacie Seelye, College Station, Texas
Heather Sidener, Portland, Oregon
Keely Szilagyi, Indianapolis
Meghan Vermillion, Baltimore
Lemnique Wafer, Alice, Texas