Emily Gould, DVM, MS, is a PhD candidate and small animal internal medicine resident at University of Tennessee, where she also earned her master’s degree in comparative and experimental medicine. Her research focuses on novel diagnostic and preventive strategies for feline Tritrichomonas foetus. She earned her DVM from University of California, Davis, before completing a rotating internship at a private practice specialty hospital in Ventura, California, and a specialty internship in small animal internal medicine in Los Angeles, California.
M. Katherine Tolbert, DVM, PhD, DACVIM (SAIM), is an assistant professor at University of Tennessee. Dr. Tolbert earned her DVM from University of Georgia, where she also completed a small animal internship. She earned her PhD in comparative biomedical sciences and completed an internal medicine residency at North Carolina State University. Her clinical research is focused on the investigation of gastroprotectants and the rationale for their use in the treatment of inflammatory, metabolic, and neoplastic diseases in small animals.