Daniel Almeida, MV, MS
Assistant Professor of Anesthesia
Dr. Almeida graduated from Veterinary School in his hometown of Brasilia, Brazil in 2003. After a few years of private practice experience and a position as an official veterinarian for the Brazilian government, Dr. Almeida started his residency and graduate program at the U of M in 2007. After finishing his Masters degree and residency in Comparative Anesthesiology, Dr. Almeida became an instructor in anesthesiology and joined the rest of the faculty shortly after as an Assistant Professor. His clinical interests include local and regional blocks as adjuncts to general anesthesia/acute pain management and post-anesthetic morbidity and mortality. Dr. Almeida’s other interest lies in Forensic Veterinary Medicine, and he currently serves as a board member of the International Veterinary Forensic Sciences Association.
Dr. Liz Goudie is a 2010 graduate of Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine. She completed an internship in surgey, medicine, critical care, and neurology at Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners in New York, New York.
Lynelle F. Graham, DVM, MS, DACVA
Clinical Professor of Anesthesia
Dr. Graham graduated from the University of Minnesota CVM in 1995, and then completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Graham then returned to her alma mater where she completed a residency/graduate degree in anesthesiology (1996-1999), and has advanced training in veterinary acupuncture, chiropractic and herbal medicine. Her clinical interests include pain management, critical care, herbal medicine and acupuncture. She is a board certified Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Anesthesiologists (DACVA).
Maria Angeles "Angie" Jimenez, DVM, CertVA, DipECVAA
Assistant Clinical Professor of Anesthesia
Dr. Jimenez Lozano (she goes by Dr. Jimenez) graduated from the veterinary school of the Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona (Spain) in 1999. After a year, she moved to the United Kingdom, where she worked for two years before joining the Royal Veterinary College of London (RVC). From 2003-07, Dr. Jimenez completed an anesthesia internship and residency at the RVC. She worked as a clinical instructor in anesthesia for the RVC from June 2007 to August 2011. Her clinical interests are pain recognition and management, anesthetic management of the compromised patient and artificial ventilation. Dr. Jimenez holds a Royal College of Veterinary Surgeons certificate in veterinary anaesthesia (CertVA) and is a board certified Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Anaesthesia and Analgesia (DECVAA).