Dr. Pachtinger lectures throughout the world on emergency and critical care and is the Co-Founder of VETgirl, a subscription-based service offering veterinary continuing education (CE). He is an Associate and the intern director at the Veterinary Specialty and Emergency Center in Levittown, PA.
Dr. Griffin is the past president of the Academy of Veterinary Consultants (AVC). He has also received the AVC’s Veterinary Consultant of the Year Award, American Association of Bovine Practitioners (AABP) National Award for Excellence in Preventive Medicine, and the OSU CVM Distinguished Alumni Award.
Dr. Norton is a board certified internal medicine specialist doing mobile consulting in the Austin, TX area. Although she appreciates all aspects of internal medicine, her favorite niche is neonatal medicine. She serves on the TEVA Board of Directors and also serves on AAEP’s Infectious Disease Committee.
With hands-on experience at all levels of veterinary practice, as well as management in both small animal/exotic and specialty practices, Rachel works one on one with Practice Owners and Managers within a wide variety of practices to help create and execute their strategic plan.
Dr. Mitloehner is a Professor at UC Davis Depoartment of Animal Science and Air Quality Extension Specialist. His previous research was conducted in the areas of air quality (dust emission and microbial sampling in feedlot cattle and pigs), environmental physiology (heat stress in cattle and pigs), and ethology.
Amanda started working for Texas A&M University Veterinary Teaching Hospital in 1995, as a student worker and worked her way up to the dermatology service in 2003. She became one of the first technicians to pass her specialty board exam to obtain her VTS (Dermatology) in the summer of 2018. Amanda has published articles in veterinary magazines and enjoys speaking to technicians across the state on dermatologic conditions.