Randy Shirbroun, DVM
Dr. Shirbroun is a native of western Iowa and graduated from Iowa State University's College of Veterinary Medicine. He also completed course work at ISUís College of Education leading to Certification in Secondary Education.
After receiving his D.V.M, Dr. Shirbroun practiced in a food animal practice in Coon Rapids, Iowa for ten years. He also is certified in Secondary Education, and directed the Veterinary Technology Program at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis, Nebraska, for several years. Dr. Shirbroun has been in the animal health industry since 1996 as a Technical Service Veterinarian with Oxford Laboratories, Pharmacia, and Bayer Animal Health, as well as serving as Director of the Bayer Veterinary Diagnostic Center. Dr. Shirbroun joined Newport Laboratories in July 2003, serving most recently as a Senior Technical Service Veterinarian specializing in beef cattle, and is the Director of the Ruminant Business Unit.
Dr. Shirbroun was active in the Iowa Veterinary Medical Association, having chaired both the Swine Practitioners Committee and the Veterinary Technology Committee, as well as serving on the Practice Management Committee, and the Scientific Program Planning Committee. He is a member of the American Veterinary Medical Association, the American Association of Bovine Practitioners, and the Academy of Veterinary Consultants.
Todd Tams, DVM
Dr. Tams received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from The Ohio State University in 1977. He completed his internship at VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital and a residency program in internal medicine at Colorado State University. After working at Tufts University/Angell Memorial Animal Hospital in Boston from 1981-84, Dr. Tams returned to the VCA West Los Angeles Animal Hospital and served as Medical Director until 1996. A majority of his time is now spent in his position as the Chief Medical Officer for VCA.
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Bob Gentry, DVM
Dr. Bob Gentry earned his DVM from Kansas State University in 1981. In 1996 he obtained a Certificate in Beef Cattle Production from the University of Nebraska. Dr. Gentry spent 31 years in mixed-animal practice, predominantly working with beef cattle. He worked one year as a faculty member at the University of Nebraska lecturing on Beef Cattle Production medicine, prior to joining Boehringer Ingelheim in 2012. Dr. Gentry joined Multimin in 2014. His professional areas of interest are beef cattle production, nutrition and reproduction.
Racheed Mama, DVM
Clinical Interests: Anesthetic management of different species. Anesthesia and cardiovascular disease. Anesthesia for cardiopulmonary bypass. Research Interests: Improving patient safety during anesthesia. Developing evidence to support or refute analgesic modalities for different species. Washington State University: DVM 1989
Jennifer Schissler Pendergraft, DVM