Cary Brenner, DVM

Dr. Brenner graduated from from Iowa State University in 1982. Since 1983, Dr. Brenner has been practicing veterinary medicine in Connecticut, where he developed an interest in diagnostic ultrasound. Dr. Brenner has worked for Veterinary Multiimaging and eVet Diagnostics for over 10 years. Dr. Brenner is available to perform on-site ultrasound studies for veterinary practices in Westchester, Putnam, and Dutchess Counties in New York, and Fairfield and Litchfield Counties in Connecticut.. At home, Dr. Brenner enjoys spending time with his wife, 5 children, and 4-legged family members

Lisa G. Britt, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVR

Dr. Lisa Britt graduated from North Carolina State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1994 and then traveled to Guelph, Canada where she completed a Large Animal Internship at the Ontario Veterinary College. Her love of diagnostic imaging, which began prior to veterinary school and was fostered by great mentors at NCSU, increased further and she moved back to the United States to pursue a radiology residency at Washington State University (WSU). At the completion of her residency and Master’s degree, Lisa worked in Dallas, TX at Animal Radiology Center while her husband finished his PhD at WSU.

Dr. Britt returned to academia at the University of Missouri’s College of Veterinary Medicine. She became an ACVR diplomate in 2002. She held a faculty position at MU for 14 years and contributed to the successful training of 6 new ACVR diplomates. In addition, she was involved in research projects using multiple imaging modalities on a variety of animal species and continues to occasionally provide ultrasound imaging support for feline and bovine researchers or travels to regional small animal clinics to help them improve their ultrasound skills. Lisa’s greatest joy while in academia was the teaching of veterinary students for which she was awarded the Golden Aesculapius Teaching Award in 2012. 

Dr. Britt continues to live in Columbia, MO where her husband John, is a Full Professor and ACVIM diplomate at the University of Missouri. She opened All Creatures Teleradiology, LLC in 2015 when she also joined eVet Diagnostics.  Lisa remains excited to offer consultation to a range of referring veterinarians. Lisa is a mother of two young adult children, Benjamin who attends the University of Missouri, and Jennifer who will join her brother in 2024.  the spare time she spends enjoying her many animals at Second Chance Farm or volunteering as an ambassador for Midwest Transplant Network.

Don DeForge, VMD-Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry

After graduating from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine, Dr. DeForge developed a special interest in oral care.  In 1996, he was honored as North East Practitioner of the Year by the American Animal Hospital Association.  That same year he received the Peter Emily Residents Award in Small Animal Dentistry.

Dr. DeForge lectures on small animal dentistry and oral surgery emphasizing practical applications for the general practitioner. His past columns in companion animal dentistry have appeared in DVM Newsmagazine and Veterinary Practice News for over a decade.  Dr. DeForge is co-editor of An Atlas of Veterinary Dental Radiology along with Ben H Colmery III, DVM, DAVDC.

Dr. DeForge has guest lectured in Veterinary Technology Programs at Suffolk Community College and Mercy College.  He was an Adjunct at Northwestern Community College where he established the Department of Oral Radiology and Periodontology for veterinary technology students in conjunction with Dr. Nancy Marchetti-Program Director.

As a Fellow of the Academy of Veterinary Dentistry, he has been honored by human dentistry. Dr. Jeffrey A. Sherman, DDS, Diplomate of the American Board of Oral Electrosurgery and Executive Director of the World Academy of Radiosurgery writes: “Your years of lecturing and writing on the subject of radiosurgery have not gone unnoticed.  I believe your efforts in creating the

E-Journal of Radiowave Radiosurgery:  [see www.AnimalDentistrySolutions.com] will help your colleagues and makes us all proud of your efforts.  Your discovery of Indirect Radiowave Radiosurgery Coagulation has brought new insight into the use of radiosurgery in all fields of medicine and should be one of your proudest accomplishments.  It is with honor that I call you colleague and friend.  Please continue all of your fine efforts in the field of radiosurgery and know that sharing your knowledge is the greatest gift you have given to the profession.”

Dr. DeForge performs Continuing Education for veterinarians and veterinary technicians on the local, regional, and national level and is well respected by the academic community.  All of his lectures are RACE approved for CE.  

Greg J. Nelson, DVM, DABVP (Canine and Feline Practice)

After graduating Magna Cum Laude from The Ohio State School of Veterinary Medicine in 1996,

Dr. Nelson returned to his home state of New York and began working on Long Island in a busy 24 hour small animal hospital.   His job initially consisted of day shifts in wellness and preventative medicine followed by night shifts in emergency and critical care medicine.  With time, he became a partner in the practice overseeing the surgical and diagnostic imaging departments.


Though satisfied with his career path, he wanted to broaden his knowledge.  So, through intensive study under the guidance of his mentor, he achieved the honor as a Diplomate of the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in 2010.

Since veterinary school, he has a passion for ultrasound that remains to this day.  Much of his continuing education included one on one mentorship with pioneers in the field such as Dr. Rendano.       

Dr. Nelson has recently changed paths to go out on his own providing mobile ultrasound service to practices on Long Island. He is also very proud to be an ultrasound consultant for eVet Diagnostics.

 During his time off, he is an avid deep sea fisherman and boater, and possesses a Coast Guard Credential (License) as a Charter Captain.  He also enjoys piloting single engine aircraft.  And, has a plethora of frogs which include a small breeding colony of Central & South American Dart frogs.

He lives on Long Island with his wife and young adult son who prefer it when he keeps both feet on the ground.

Matthew Nelson, DVM

Dr. Nelson is originally from Michigan and attended Michigan State University College of Veterinary Medicine, graduating in 2006. Following, veterinary school, Dr. Nelson completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery (2006-2007) at SouthPaws Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Center in Northern Virginia, and completed a residency in Diagnostic Imaging at the University of Georgia with Board Certification in 2010.   Following residency, he returned to SouthPaws.  Dr. Nelson’s imaging interests include ultrasonography, radiography, and computed tomography.

In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family, bicycling, swimming, and woodworking.

Richard Park DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVR

Utah State University
Colorado State University
University of California, Davis

Dr. Park received his BS degree in Animal Science from Utah State University in 1965, his DVM from Colorado State University in 1968 and a PhD from the University of California, Davis in 1971 where he also completed his residency. He was certified by the American College of Veterinary Radiology in 1971.

Dr. Park was an Assistant Professor at the University of Illinois and the University of California Davis before joining the faculty at Colorado State University as an Associate Professor. He was on the faculty in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital at Colorado State University for 37 years and is now Professor Emeritus at Colorado State University.  Dr. Park served as Head of the Diagnostic Imaging Section in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital for approximately 25 years facilitating the development of Ultrasound, Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging with complete development of a PACS and RIS (digital imaging system) throughout the hospital. Dr. Park has interests in radiology of small and large animals, CT and MRI and has several published papers on orthopedic imaging. He has published over 120 scientific papers and has also written several book chapters on small and large animal imaging. Dr. Park is proud of the many veterinary students and radiology residents he has had the opportunity to teach and for their accomplishments in their professions.

He enjoys his family and being in the outdoor environment of Colorado.

Robert D. Pechman, DVM, DACVR

Professor Emeritus, Diagnostic Imaging School of Veterinary Medicine
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, LA

DVM – UC Davis, 1969

Practice History:
  • Small Animal Practice in San Bruno, California from 1969 to 1974
  • Radiology Residency at The Ohio State University from 1974 to 1977
  • Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Radiology, 1977
  • Staff Radiologist, Animal Medical Center, New York, NY, 1977-78
  • Assistant Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, 1978-84
  • Associate Professor, School of Veterinary Medicine, LSU, 1984-94
  • Professor, School of Veterinary Medicine, LSU, 1994-2004
  • Professor Emeritus at School of Veterinary Medicine at LSU, 2004 to present
Auburn University Outstanding Teacher Award, 1979-80
Norden Distinguished Teaching Award, LSU, 1987-88
Distinguished Service Award, SVM, LSU, 1990-91

Dr. Pechman also has served as a Visiting Professor of Diagnostic Imaging:

  • College of Veterinary Sciences, University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia, January to July, 1992.
  • College of Veterinary Medicine, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland, August to December, 1994.
  • College of Veterinary Sciences, University of Pretoria, Oondesteport, South Africa, February to July, 2004.
  • College of Veterinary Medicine, Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, USA, March 2005 to June, 2010.
  • Dr. Pechman have made over 150 continuing education presentations at local, state, national or international meetings on various aspects of veterinary radiology, but primarily on small animal thoracic and abdominal radiology and orthopedic diseases.

Victor Rendano Jr., VMD, MS, DACVR, DACVR(RO)

Board certified in both radiology and radiation oncology, Dr. Victor Rendano oversees diagnostic imaging at Veterinary Multi-Imaging.

Dr. Rendano graduated Summa Cum Laude from the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine and received his Doctorate in Veterinary Mediciane in 1972. Following veterinary school, he continued his studies by completing an internship and residency at the University of Guelph and a Master of Science Degree at Washington State University.

After finishing a rigorous training program, he was inducted as a diplomate into the American College of Veterinary Radiology and received his board certification 1975. 

In 1976, Dr. Rendano accepted a tenure track faculty position in the Department of Clinical Sciences at Cornell University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Rendano worked at Cornell as an associate professor and senior radiology clinician for 20 years. In 1996, Dr. Rendano retired from his position at Cornell Veterinary School in order to study radiation oncology and pursue a career in private practice.

Having completed his radiation oncology studies at Cornell University, Colorado State University, University of Wisconsin, Washington State University and the SUNY Medical Center in Syracuse, New York, Dr. Rendano was awarded board certification in veterinary radiation oncology in 2001.

Dr. Rendano has published over 100 papers and has lectured throughout the world. The New York State Veterinary Medical Society and the University of Pennsylvania Alumni Society have honored him for his outstanding career and his dedication to the veterinary profession. A firm believer in veterinary continuing education, Dr. Rendano has offered radiology film reading sessions, ultrasound lectures and wet labs to primary care veterinarians.

William C. Schoenborn, DVM, DACVR (aka: Bill)

Dr. Schoenborn is a Cornell University alumnus (BS ’90, DVM ’94) and he completed a Small Animal Internship at the University of Minnesota (1995). Prior to pursuing a residency in radiology at the University of California at Davis (1999-2003), Dr. Schoenborn was a small animal practitioner in Syracuse, NY (1995-1999). Following board certification by the American College of Veterinary Radiology in 2002, Dr. Schoenborn worked in private practice in the San Francisco Bay Area (2002-2004).

 After relocating to Northeast Florida in 2004, Dr. Schoenborn established First Coast Veterinary Imaging, where he continues to provide diagnostic imaging support to local veterinarians. As diagnostic imaging often plays a major role in the clinical management of patient care, Dr. Schoenborn works with primary clinicians in the pursuit of diagnoses and the advancement of therapeutic regimens.

Dr. Schoenborn values his years as a general practitioner as much as his Diplomate status. Those years in general practice instilled a sense of practicality and perspective, which are invaluable in understanding the needs of the primary clinician, the pet owner and the patient.

Dr. Schoenborn looks forward to working with you and providing excellent service with practical applications. If you have any questions about diagnostic imaging or how eVetDiagnostics may help you and your patients, please do not hesitate to call.

Lisa Suslak-Brown, DVM, MS, DACVR

Dr. Lisa Suslak-Brown earned her Bachelor of Arts from Swarthmore College 1987, and her Veterinary medical degree from the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine in 1991. She worked in equine practice Lafayette, NJ 1991-1993. Her Radiology Residency training was at the Veterinary Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania 1993-1996. Dr. Suslak-Brown became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology 1999. She is the owner of Veterinary Radiology & Ultrasound Services, LLC since 1996. Dr. Suslak-Brown has also worked in the Section of Sports Medicine and Imaging at the New Bolton Center campus of University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine 1996-2010 as lecturer and an adjunct faculty member. She is a member of the Board of Directors of eVetDiagnostics since 2010.