Veterinary Technician Program Faculty

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Dr. Kimberly Rowley, DVM

Dr. Rowley received her doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the University of Minnesota. Prior to her doctrine she received her bachelor’s degree in Biology from St. Mary’s University in Winona, Minnesota. Prior to teaching Dr. Rowley practiced in a mixed animal practice in Austin, Minnesota where she began as an associate and became a partner. She loves veterinary medicine and is excited to share that love with students.

She continues to be active in the American Veterinary Medical Association, Minnesota Veterinary Medical Association and South Eastern Veterinary Medical Association as well as community organizations.

Layne Daniels, DVM

Dr. Daniels earned his doctorate from the University of Minnesota and has been in veterinary practice for 15 years. During that time he has been in mixed and large animal practices. In addition to teaching at RCTC, he also maintains a large animal practice that specializes in large animal reproduction and ultrasound. He is active in several professional organizations such as the AVMA, MVMA, WVMA, and AABP. He and his wife Monica have three young sons that keep them busy.

Cathy DesLauriers, CVT

Graduated from the Medical Institute of Minnesota. Cathy has spent several years in private and specialty practice. She has been a staff member at Rochester Community and Technical college since 2003.

Brenda Grubb – A.A.S Animal Health Technology, University of Minnesota

Brenda is a veterinary technology instructor.  She teaches students taking Introduction to Animal Health Technology, Radiographic Imaging, Veterinary Office Procedures, and Laboratory Animal Care and Management.

Theresa M. Iverson, CVT

I graduated from the University of   Minnesota Technical College – Waseca, MN with a A.A.S degree in Animal Health Technology.  I worked as a Certified Veterinary Technician at the Austin Veterinary Clinic for 20 years.  I am currently working construction with my husband during the summer months and as a College Lab Assistant in the Animal Health Technology program here at RCTC during the Fall and Spring semesters.  I live on a small hobby farm in rural Austin with my husband, daughter, a dog, 3 horses and many cats.  I have a son and another daughter who are both married.  I also have 3 grandsons.  I am very involved in my community and surrounding communities in the musical aspect.  I enjoy many outdoor activities especially horseback riding, camping, gardening, 4-wheeling, and walking.

Rena Pecinovsky

I am a certified veterinary technician and the full-time lab assistant for the program.  I graduated from the Medical Institute of Minnesota in 1986.  I have worked in both private practice and research over the years.

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