Holly Cummings is a technician in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital’s Diagnostic Imaging Department, where she helps to support nearly every service in the hospital to diagnose patients and develop the best treatment plans.
Maliki Musa is a field assistant with Rabies Free Tanzania based out of Arusha. Why is it important to eliminate rabies? In my role as a field assistant, I conduct household surveys and evaluate the validation of rabies free vaccination campaigns. It is important to eliminate rabies since it can cause immediate death to human […]
You will regularly interact with our veterinarians, technicians and fourth-year students while at the teaching hospital, but there are also teams of compassionate and highly trained people – like Materials Department manager Travis Burke – working behind the scenes to ensure all our patients receive exceptional care.
Our friendly patient services coordinators like Chelsea Jacobs are often the first people you interact with at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. Chelsea has been with the Small Animal Orthopedic and Soft Tissue Surgery team for nearly two years.
Ahmed Lugelo is a project manager for Rabies Free Tanzania. Why is it important to eliminate rabies? I have been working with the rabies project in the Mara region of northern Tanzania for more than six years. Rabies is a serious public health problem in the Mara region, with more than 2,500 animal bite victims being […]