Wednesday, December 17, 2014

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More photos of Moe the baby giraffe from 


Technician Maggie Underwood gets a welcome smooch from new arrival Moe from Southwick’s Zoo. Maggie, took care of Moe’s mother Molly when she was just a baby.



 Large Animal Medicine Resident Dr. Claire Dixon makes friends with Moe.



Monday, December 15, 2014

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Friends and colleagues bade a fond farewell to 
Dr. George Saperstein at the Elms Cafe. Many spoke of great memories and honored Dr. Saperstein for his years of dedication 
to Cummings School.

A standing ovation for a job well done!

Tuesday, December 2, 2014

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 Sarah Bosch (V'16) prepares her patient for a spay procedure 
at the Lerner Spay/Neuter Clinic.

Dr. April Paul explains the procedure to Melanie Shapiro (V'16).

 Alexandra Aaron (V'16) begins her spay procedure.

 Simone Palladino (V’16) checks her patient’s fluids


Intern Dr. Brent Aona gives Elizabeth Kulik (V'16) a lesson on 
how to drape her patient.

Monday, December 1, 2014

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Members of the Class of 2016 honed their ultrasound skills in their Ultrasound/Diagnostic Imaging Lab 
at the McGrath Anatomy Lab.


Tuesday, November 25, 2014

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Time for some owl exams...

 Lindsay Forgette (V’15) observes Ophthalmology Resident Dr. Alexander LoPinto examines a Great Horned owl that had a run in with a skunk at the Bernice Barbour Wildlife Clinic.

 Everyone else takes a look while Ophthalmologist Dr. Christopher Pirie takes a turn looking at the owl.

Wildlife Intern Dr. Ellen Haynes holds a Barred owl 
for Dr. LoPinto to examine.

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

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Late last Thursday the first raptor release took place at the 
Summer Star Wildlife Sanctuary in Boylston MA

 Jessica Zorge of our Bernice Barbour Wildlife Clinic brought a feisty little Saw-whet Owl that spent 2 weeks at the clinic after being found at a construction site in Worcester MA. She and Shalin Liu stand in front of the sanctuary's beautiful 
Trail House prior to the release.

Shalin and Jessica take a quick look at the owl.

Then it's out to the woods to release the Saw-whet.

He didn't stop to say "Thank You", 
his health and freedom are thanks enough.