LAVAL, QUEBEC: Altasciences is pleased to be adding Drs. Andrew Gorman and Sylvia West to their team of clinical veterinarians. Both will play key roles in providing clinical care, research, and surgical support, as well as insight into protocol development.
Dr. Gorman has a DVM from VA-MD College of Veterinary Medicine, Blacksburg, VA, and has experience in animal health in veterinary hospitals, emergency, and research settings. In addition to his previous veterinary role at Columbia University, Dr. Gorman was an active participant in the IACUC and contributed to the commissioning of Columbia’s largest vivarium. Dr. Gorman became a diplomate of the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine in 2018.
Dr. West obtained her DVM from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2015, and brings experience in small animal medicine and laboratory animal care. She recently completed her training in laboratory animal medicine, in which she was the primary reviewer for IACUC protocols and worked extensively with all laboratory animal species.
“Altasciences’ preclinical services team is driven to offering best-in-class veterinary care, and we are excited to be adding Dr. Gorman and Dr. West to our team. I believe the skills, passion, and energy that they bring to our animal care programs will go a long way to achieving our goals, and deepens Altasciences’ commitment to animal welfare. I personally look forward to working with them,” said Mike Broadhurst, General Manager at Altasciences’ Seattle site.