Nikkie married her husband, Steve, in May 2014 on their 5th anniversary of dating. In her free time, she loves to spend time riding her horse, Kody.They have 2 rescue dogs, Fudge and Sherman (as shown in picture.) She began working with the practice when it was Dr. Her beautiful baby girl, Peyton came into the world in June 2017. Charissa’s other hobbies include hunting, fishing, camping, and spending time with family and friends.Używamy plików cookie, aby pomóc w personalizacji treści, dostosowywać i analizować reklamy oraz zapewnić bezpieczne korzystanie z serwisu.Klikając lub nawigując w tej witrynie, wyrażasz zgodę na gromadzenie przez nas informacji na Facebooku i poza nim przy użyciu plików cookie.Nikkie’s hobbies include spending time with her husband and daughter, upgrading their house, taking the dogs for walks or swims, kayaking, and 4-wheeling with friends. Katlyn Smith, Veterinary Technician Katlyn attended the Large Animal Science Class at the Lancaster County Career and Technology Center, then returned for their Veterinary Assistant class.Charissa Putt, Veterinary Technician Charissa grew up in Enola, PA. Charissa joined The Vetting Zoo in November 2012, as a receptionist. She joined The Vetting Zoo as an assistant, and is now a vet tech.The AAAS is the world’s largest general scientific society and publisher of the journal .The Fellow distinction recognizes researchers who have made extraordinary contributions to advance science across the globe for the benefit of all people.
Our alumni have gone on to great careers, helping animals, working in industry, teaching, and doing research in myriad venues throughout the world.She shares her home with one exotic shorthair cat from Grenada, Missy. Brittany is very excited to join The Vetting Zoo with Dr’s. Nikkie Often, Senior Veterinary Technician/Practice Manager Nikkie grew up and is currently from York, PA.She graduated from Northern York County High School and Cumberland-Perry Vo-Tech in June 2009.Dating back to 1874, the tradition of AAAS Fellows comprises an illustrious group of scientists including inventor Thomas Edison and anthropologist Margaret Mead.Formally announced on November 24, 2017 and as part of the Section on Medical Sciences, Aguirre was selected for “distinguished contributions to the field of inherited blindness, particularly for the identification of blindness-causing genes and development of gene therapy to treat blindness.” His research has investigated the genetic basis of a variety of inherited vision disorders, including Leber’s congenital amaurosis, Best disease, achromatopsia and retinitis pigmentosa.The practice grew over the next 4 years, allowing Dr Diane to open The Vetting Zoo in April 2015. She enjoys reading, cooking, artwork, the outdoors, gardening, and remodeling/interior design.Dr Diane lives in Campbelltown with her dogs and cats. She has trained horses for over 23 years and enjoys working with all large animals in addition to small.Diane J Ford, VMD, Owner/Veterinarian Dr Diane hails from New Jersey, but has lived in Central PA since 1992.She graduated from Lebanon Valley College (1996) and Penn State College of Medicine (2004) before graduating from The University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine in 2010.His work on novel gene therapy approaches to treatment, which deliver to the eye a functional copy of a gene that is otherwise lacking, has restored vision in animal models of X-linked retinitis pigmentosa and Leber’s congential amaurosis.The Leber congenital amaurosis therapy is now commercialized after successful completion of human clinical trials.