After graduating from NC State’s College of Veterinary medicine in 2013, Dr. Quincy Hawley worked for Banfield Pet Hospital in Fayetteville, N.C. where he enjoyed working as an associate veterinarian for 5 years. At the beginning of 2018, Dr. Hawley resigned from his career as a practicing veterinarian and is now pursuing his life mission, which is to provide wellness solutions for the veterinary community. Throughout his veterinary journey, Dr. Hawley gained a wide variety of experiences including food animal medicine, regulatory medicine through USDA-APHIS-VS and USDA-FSIS, veterinary research, pharmaceutical sales with Elanco Animal Health, and international exotic animal and volunteer veterinary experiences. This wide variety of exposure and experience has positioned him well for his current veterinary endeavors. Dr. Hawley is also passionate about improving diversity and inclusion in the profession.
In 2001, Dr. Taylor earned her DVM degree at Washington State University (WSU), then completed an internship at an equine hospital in Tacoma, Wash. After completing an equine internal medicine residency at the University of California, Davis, she received her board certification in 2006 and returned to WSU where she earned a PhD in immunology in 2010.
In December 2010, Dr. Taylor started her career at Purdue! As a faculty member in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, she’s split her time between clinical duties, teaching, and research.
Veterinary medicine is not the only thing Dr. Taylor is passionate about, she also enjoys riding her bicycle (including participation in a cross country relay) and spending time with her family, which includes her two Labradors.