Nicholas Noto, DVM
Undergrad: University of Missouri
Vet School: University of Missouri
Current Interests: Clinical Pathology
Dr. Nick Noto decided to become a veterinarian after combining his interest in science and medicine with his love for animals. While in veterinary school, he developed an appreciation for the strong role that pets and people play in each other’s lives.
He takes a special interest in the area of clinical pathology and has hopes of completing a residency in that discipline following his internship with VSC. He especially loves the collaborative role a pathologist plays in finding a solution for that patient.
Olivia Jerrems, DVM
Undergrad/MBA: University of Florida
Vet School: University of Florida
Current Interests: ECC and IM
Dr. Olivia Jerrems was drawn to veterinary medicine from a young age. She loves that veterinary medicine allows her to not only help animals, but also to make a difference in the lives of humans who care for them. She finds emergency medicine particularly rewarding and is passionate about providing top-notch care in stressful situations.
Dr. Rahul Madan
Undergrad: Boston University
Vet School: Ross University/UC-Davis
Current Interests: Anesthesia and Zoological Medicine
Dr Rahul Madan had originally considered a career in either human medicine or marine biology until his father sent him a TedTalk by Barbara Natterson-Horowitz, a human cardiologist and evolutionary. She talked about how she was enlisted by the veterinary team at the Los Angeles Zoo to assist with the evaluation of a chimpanzee that had potentially had a stroke when she was a cardiologist at UCLA. He then realized that he could dedicate his life to medicine while treating patients consisting of so many different species.
He developed a strong interest in zoology and wild animal medicine because it was the area of veterinary medicine the featured the intricacies and nuances different animal groups and species. His love for Zoo medicine erupted while working at the Staten Island Zoo prior to veterinary school and carried him to places such as South Africa and China to work with giraffes, elephants, lions, and giant pandas to name a few. He also is very passionate about anesthesiology because he’s fascinated by the way the body works and the myriad of drugs that can affect different body organs, especially the nervous and cardiac systems.
Dr. Zoe Fautz, BVSc
Undergrad: Cornell University
Vet School: Royal Veterinary College
Current Interests: Surgery and Neurology
Having grown up in Europe, Dr. Zoe Fautz studied veterinary medicine in the United Kingdom. An avid reader from a young age, the books she enjoyed most were about animals, which, combined with her passion for science, sparked her interest in a veterinary career.
After her internship, Dr. Fautz hopes to specialize in surgery. She enjoys the challenge of a patient’s diagnostic puzzle and finds it rewarding to be able to make a meaningful difference in the animal’s and its owner’s life with surgical intervention.
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