I was born and raised in central Massachusetts and stayed in-state for all of my schooling. I headed into the city for my undergraduate degree from Boston College, majoring in Biology. Knowing that I loved animals and science, I explored both ecology and veterinary medicine. Ultimately, due to gratification I found in working with companion animals and their owners, I pursued a veterinary degree at Tufts University. After spending so much time in Massachusetts I am excited to explore DC as my new home! When not at work, you can find me running outside when the weather is nice or curled up reading a book if it’s cold or rainy.
Clinical Areas of Interest
- Emergency and Critical Care
Why Do You Work at Friendship
Friendship is known for its supportive environment and team-oriented approach. I knew that this was
the kind of workplace I wanted to be a part of. This, in combination with the high case load and
mentorship program made Friendship the perfect fit for me.
- DVM, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University BS, Boston College
Publications and Research
Ineson DL, Freeman LF, Rush JE. Clinical and laboratory findings and survival time associated with
cardiac cachexia in dogs with congestive heart failure. J Vet Intern Med 2019; 33(5): 1902-1908.