Sue graduated with a DVM from Universiti Putra Malaysia in 2009 and went on to continue her studies in Hokkaido University. She graduated with her PhD in Veterinary Internal Medicine in 2014 and her research was focused mainly on the application of contrast-enhanced ultrasound (CEUS) for the diagnosis of canine pancreatitis. After finishing her PhD, she returned to Malaysia where she taught as a Senior Lecturer before continuing her research on pancreatic lipases in the GI Laboratory at Texas A&M. She has since gained her ECFVG certification, making her a licensed veterinarian in the United States and she hopes to pursue residency in the future.
As a Taiwanese born and raised in Hsinchu City, Texas is considered Candice’s second home. After graduating from National Taiwan University and earned her DVM degree, she came to the US (for the first time!) and started her PhD at Texas A&M University. Despite her love for canine chronic kidney disease, cytology is her all-time favorite. As a busy clinical pathology resident, she enjoys cooking and family time with her husband, her tabby cat Aggie, and her Chihuahua Poodle mix dog, Toby.
In 2019 Adrian was accepted by Texas A&M University to pursue a Ph.D. in the Gastroenterology Laboratory. His Ph.D. research will be focused on inflammatory biomarkers in canine patients with chronic liver disease. He has also joined the Comparative Gastroenterology Society.
Besides Small Animal Internal Medicine and Gastroenterology, Adrian loves to play guitar, listen to classic Rock & Roll, visit museums of art and natural history and spend time outdoors.
Floris Dröes attained his DVM degree from Utrecht University (The Netherlands) in 2012. Since he has worked in several private practices, at the emergency service of Utrecht University’s companion animal clinic, and at Dick White Referrals (United Kingdom) for his rotating internship, while also attaining a post-graduate certificate in small animal medicine and surgery from the University of Nottingham (United Kingdom). After his internship he returned to work at the small animal emergency service of Utrecht University, before joining the Gastrointestinal Laboratory (Texas A&M University) to pursue a combined PhD and residency program in small animal internal medicine.
他在所有的小动物胃肠病和ECC（紧急情况和重症监护）特别感兴趣。除了这一点，他热衷于与个人和领导力培训/教导别人，和教练。对于2019 - 2020他加入了CVM PDA作为活动协调员。
Jaime is a true Texan and Aggie at heart. Growing up in the Beaumont/Port Arthur area, she earned her BS degree in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Lamar University in 2006 and was accepted into the Genetics program at Texas A&M University where she earned her PhD in from the College of Veterinary Medicine. Jaime’s graduate work investigated the immune responses in cattle exposed to Lone Star ticks in hopes to develop an anti-tick vaccine for agricultural use. After spending several years on hiatus due to medical issues, Jaime returned to the CVM at TAMU as a Research Assistant for the Veterinary Small Animal Clinical Sciences department where she coordinates clinical trials for the Canine Gait Analysis Laboratory and collects samples for the departmental Biobank Repository for future research. She is passionate about holistic health and understanding how nutrition effects genetic expression and immunity. In her leisure, Jaime helps others take healthy back by inspiring healthy living through small simple holistic changes that support natural immunity. She enjoys spending time with her family most and will most often be found cooking and preparing healthy meals, cuddling or rubbing the bellies of her pug and pit bulls, and riding her mustang pony.