American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine

Published on August 29, 2018

The American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine certified 40 new diplomates following the certification examination it held July 1 in Bethesda, Maryland. The new diplomates are as follows:

Brianne Ball, Ames, Iowa
Grace Barnett, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Jennifer Booth, Hershey, Pennsylvania
Jessica Buchta, Silver Spring, Maryland
Alicia Cawlfield, Silver Spring, Maryland
Sarah Clark, Hershey, Pennsylvania
Cassandra Cullin, Beaverton, Oregon
Cecilia Dyer, Philadelphia
Suhrim Fisher, Cleveland
Abbas Fotovati, Vancouver, British Columbia
Logan France, Baltimore
Andrew Gorman, New York
Jennifer Hubbard, Minneapolis
Glenn Jackson, Ithaca, New York
Christopher Janssen, Houston
Kimberly Jen, Wilmington, Massachusetts
Eleanor Karlsson, San Francisco
Andrew Kocsis, Boston
Jennifer Kopanke, Fort Collins, Colorado
Scott Korte, Columbia, Missouri
Mila Kundu, New Brunswick, New Jersey
Jennifer Kylie, Mattawan, Michigan
Michael Lammey, Alomogordo, New Mexico
Melissa Nashat, New York
Samantha Peneyra, New York
Kristina Pugh, Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland
Julita Ramirez-Komo, Seattle
Cara Reiter, Bethesda, Maryland
Kathleen Scott, Ames, Iowa
Gregory Simonek, Davis, California
Briony Smith, College Station, Texas
Jimmie Paul Spurlock, Worcester, Massachusetts
Rachelle Stammen, Atlanta
Ryan Stoffel, Houston
Joseph Sullivan, Madison, Wisconsin
Jody Swain, Houston
Cassandra Tansey, Atlanta
Chelsea Wallace, Philadelphia
Chuanwu Wang, Wilmington, Massachusetts
Morika Williams, Raleigh, North Carolina