Interns & Residents
Interns are recent veterinary graduates,
who have chosen to continue their training in an academic
environment. They receive additional education in medicine,
surgery, radiology, anesthesia, neurology, cardiology, dermatology
and critical care. After completion of a rigorous 12 month program,
most interns pursue residency training to become specialists.
Interns see cases under the close supervision of senior house
officers and members of the faculty.
Heather Kvitko-White - 3rd Year
Micah Bishop - 2nd Year
Carly Waugh - 2nd Year
Carly Duff - 1st Year
Romy Heilmann - 1st Year
Texas A&M offers a three year
Residency in Internal Medicine. This is an intense and rigorous
program, designed to prepare participants for Board Certification
as specialists by the American
College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. Residents manage
referral cases under the direct supervision of faculty members.