I am originally from northwest Arkansas but have spent the last four years in Baton Rouge,Louisiana. The southern Louisiana culture and cuisine have been marvelous these last few years, but I definitely miss living somewhere with four seasons and the plethora of outdoor activities available in northwest Arkansas. I love traveling and exploring new places with my blue heeler mix, Jackie. My favorite pass times include hiking, camping, and watching The Office on constant repeat.
Clinical Areas of Interest
- Critical Care
- Anesthesia and Analgesia
Why Do You Work at Friendship?
I am so excited to have the opportunity to serve the pets of Washington, D.C. and to work with and learn from the doctors at Friendship!
- Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
- University of Arkansas, Bachelor of Science with Honors; Major: Animal Science; Minor: German
Publications and Research
- Thomason, J. E., M. C. Savin, K. Brye, and D. T. Johnson. 2017. Native earthworm population dominance after seven years of tillage, burning, and residue level management in a wheat-soybean, double-crop system. Applied Soil Ecology. 120:211-218.
Thomason, J. E., M. C. Savin, K. Brye, and D. T. Johnson. 2015. Earthworm populations in a wheat-soybean double-crop system under seven years of established residue management practices. Discovery: The Student Journal of Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences. 16:100-105