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Vanna Dickerson Vanna Dickerson, DVM, MS, is a small animal surgical resident at the University of Georgia. Dr. Dickerson attended veterinary school at University of Georgia, followed by an internship at Friendship Hospital for Animals in Washington, DC. After her internship she completed a research fellowship at University of Georgia, with a focus on models of kidney disease in cats. Janet Grimes Janet Grimes, DVM, MS, DACVS-SA, is an assistant professor of soft tissue surgery at University of Georgia. Dr. Grimes attended veterinary school at University of Georgia, followed by an internship at Texas A&M University. She then completed a small animal surgical residency at Auburn University. Dr. Grimes was previously a faculty member at Louisiana State University. Her research interests include canine hemangiosarcoma and sentinel lymph node imaging. Mandy Wallace Mandy Wallace, DVM, MS, DACVS-SA, is an assistant professor of soft tissue surgery at University of Georgia. Dr. Wallace attended veterinary school at Mississippi State University, followed by an internship at Colorado State University. After her internship, Dr. Wallace completed a PennHIP research fellowship at University of Pennsylvania, followed by a combined small animal surgical residency and master's program at University of Florida. Her research interests include hepatic vascular anomalies, minimally invasive surgery, and the impact of gonadectomy on canine diseases.

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