Dr. Jennifer L. Johnson-Neitman has joined the Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine as an assistant professor of radiology in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences.

Johnson-Neitman comes to the college from Kansas State University, where she completed her residency in diagnostic imaging and radiology. She previously served as a clinical instructor at both Kansas State University and Oklahoma State University, teaching lectures and laboratories in radiology and anatomy.

Johnson-Neitman began her work with the college as an assistant professor of radiology last November.

“Dr. Johnson-Neitman fills an important role in radiology and we are happy to have her on board,” said Dr. Greg Daniel, head of the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences.

In her new role, Johnson-Neitman provides educational training in diagnostic imaging. Additionally, she offers clinical supervision and instruction to professional students in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital. She is an active participant in both independent and collaborative translational research.  

Johnson-Neitman received her bachelor’s degree in animal science and doctor of veterinary medicine degree from Oklahoma State University. She fulfilled a diagnostic imaging fellowship and internship at Oklahoma State University as well.

Written by Rachel McDonnell of Virginia Beach, Va., a graduate student majoring in the communication in the College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences.