Dr. Jennifer White2010 – 2013
Dr. White received her DVM in 2007 from Massey University in New Zealand. She then went on to briefly serve as a general practitioner in a walk in practice in Chicago, Illinois before beginning a one year internship. Dr. White completed her small animal medicine and surgery internship rotating between two animal hospitals in Aurora and Berwyn, Illinois. Emergency medicine was Dr. White’s next step before coming to Washington State University for her radiology residency. Dr. White’s career interests include neuroimaging and evaluating abnormalities on imaging to predict the course of disease. Outside of work Dr. White enjoys outdoor activities like swimming, water skiing, hiking, and travelling.
Dr. Elizabeth Biscoe2011-2014
Dr. Biscoe received her DVM from Virginia Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006. Beth then went on to complete a one year equine internship in Free Union, Virginia before practicing. She started as an associate veterinarian in a large animal ambulatory practice in Georgia and then became an emergency/relief veterinarian for an equine only practice in Locust Grove, Virginia through the spring of 2009. Her next experience was a large animal ultrasound fellowship at UC Davis where she performed and interpreted ultrasonographic examinations on a variety of large animal species. Beth has a special interest in equine and large animal imaging. Outside of work Dr. Biscoe enjoys outdoor activities, travelling, and cooking.
Dr. Linda Lang2012 – 2015
Dr. Linda Lang received her DVM degree from Texas A&M University in 2005. She worked in general small animal practice in Texas for 6 years before deciding to pursue a specialty in radiology. She then completed an internship in Diagnostic imaging at Gulf Coast Veterinary Specialists in Houston, Texas in 2011. Linda enjoys all modalities of imaging with special emphasis on ultrasound and computed tomography. Outside of work Dr. Lang likes to hike and play sand volleyball.
Dr. Alison Plumley2013- 2014
Dr. Alison Plumley received her undergraduate degree from Claremont McKenna College in Ontario, California before obtaining herDVM degree from Washington State University in 2012. She then spent a year working in privatepractice in Vancouver, Washington before returning to WSU for an imaging internship. Outside of work, Dr.Plumley enjoys horseback riding and hiking.
Equine Imaging Fellowship
Dr. Karyn Labbe2012-2015
After attending the University of New Hampshire for her undergraduate degree, Dr. Labbe continued her education and received her DVM from Michigan State University in 2009. She then went on to complete two equine internships, one at Moore Equine Veterinary Centre in Balzac, Alberta and one at New England Equine Medical and Surgical Center in Dover, New Hampshire. Her special interests include equine lameness and imaging. Outside of work Karyn enjoys hiking and skiing.