Tails from the Lab: A Veterinary Podcast
Podcast by Holly Brown, DVM, PhD, DACVP
and Jessica Wilson-Hess, MS, CVT, VTS (SAIM)
Holly Brown, DVM, PhD, DACVP
Holly is a veterinarian, board-certified clinical pathologist, and figurative hand-holder. She practiced small animal medicine before, during, and after her specialty training — grateful to have combined her love of clinical practice and the laboratory diagnostics that support it. Holly remains in the trenches at a general, referral, and emergency practice. She loves making an impact at the interface of laboratory data and patient care. Holly recently transitioned into her new role as Chief Veterinary Educator for Antech Diagnostics — exercising her passion for delivering education about maximizing diagnostic testing. When away from the office, she enjoys traveling with her family, snuggling her sugar-sweet bird dog and tripod cat, and dreaming of home renovations that rarely come to fruition.
Jessica Wilson-Hess, MS, CVT, VTS (SAIM)
Jessica is a certified veterinary technician, a veterinary technician specialist (VTS) in small animal internal medicine, and a confirmed nerd. She loves all things veterinary medicine — clinical pathology, nutrition, and caring for critically ill patients (the more IV pumps, the better). Jessica has over 15 years of technician experience. She currently works as a Clinical Evaluation and Education Specialist for Antech Diagnostics. Jessica is passionate about educating technicians and nurses about in-clinic diagnostics, advanced nursing skills, and medical case management. When she isn’t nerding it up at work, she is snuggling her pug, Tank, throwing the frisbee for Ruger, her black Labrador retriever, knitting, talking to her chickens about the meaning of life, and quilting.
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Disclaimer: This podcast intends to provide education and guidance with the understanding that any diagnostic testing and treatment decisions are ultimately at the discretion of the attending veterinarian within the established veterinarian-patient-client relationship.