Fall 2011 Newsletter
New Graduate Students

Drs. Katharine (Katie) Horzmann and Virginia Reynolds have joined the CPB department and ADDL as first year anatomic pathology residents/graduate students.

Katie HorzmannDr. Horzmann received the BS degree in Animal Science, Masters of Public Health, and DVM degrees from the University of Missouri in 2007, 2010, and 2011, respectively. Included in her education was an internship at the Missouri Department of Agriculture, elective clinical rotations in lab animal medicine and food animal/theriogenology, a Select Sires Artificial Insemination internship (Missouri and South Dakota), an exotic nutrition internship at the St. Louis Zoo, and a research experience in the Veterinary Research Scholars program. She enjoys fencing, hiking, training pigs to run on a treadmill, and international travel. Her career goals beyond the residency include doctoral research and an academic position in pathology.

Virginia ReynoldsDr. Reynolds graduated from the University of San Diego with a BA in Environmental Studies. She received her DVM from Texas A&M in 2009. During her education, she melded her interests in the environment and veterinary medicine through studies abroad in Australia, Mexico, and South Africa, as well as the southeastern U.S.. She has two years of practice in a rotating small animal internship in Greenwich, RI, and as an emergency veterinarian in Round Rock, TX. While practicing in Texas, she spent one day/week in the fall semester of 2010 participating in histopathology rounds and necropsy rotations with TAMU pathologists and residents. In her “spare” time, she trained for and ran her first (and last, so she says) marathon. Dr. Reynolds plans to pursue a PhD degree and has a special interest in infectious diseases and their impact on the environment.

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