National Academies of Practice accepts two veterinary fellows

Published on May 10, 2017

​Dr. Brad Fenwick Dr. Ted Y. Mashima

The National Academies of Practice, an interdisciplinary organization of health care practitioners and scholars, held a March 17-18 forum on “Interprofessional Partnerships: Advancing Collaborative Practice, Education, Research and Policy” in Philadelphia. The NAP accepted the following veterinarians as new fellows of the Veterinary Medicine Academy.

Dr. Brad Fenwick (Kansas State ’81) is senior vice president for global strategic alliances with Elsevier. His career in academia included positions as vice chancellor for research and engagement and a professor of pathobiology at the University of Tennessee and as vice president for research and a professor at Virginia Tech. He holds several patents, founded a biotechnology company, served as a science adviser for the Department of Agriculture, and consults globally.

Dr. Ted Y. Mashima (Colorado State ’92) is the associate executive director for academic and research affairs for the Association of American Veterinary Medical Colleges. He previously served as president and executive director of the Asian & Pacific Islander American Scholarship Fund, associate director for the Center for Public and Corporate Veterinary Medicine at the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine, and projects director for the National Association of Physicians for the Environment.