To many, March Madness means basketball, but at Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center, it means an opportunity for soon-to-be farm animal veterinarians to put their skills to work before graduation.
Lisa Murphy, VMD, DABT, is the new Resident Director of the Pennsylvania Animal Diagnostic Laboratory System (PADLS) at Penn Vet’s New Bolton Center, effective immediately. Sherrill Davison, VMD, MS, MBA, ACPV, will now serve as Penn Vet’s Agriculture Spokesperson.
Completing a veterinary degree—with four years of intensive classwork, clinical rotations, surgeries, community outreach, and more—takes perseverance. So does earning a PhD. It takes exceptional dedication to do both.