Joyce Riehl-Voss, Ph.D, DVM, Associate Veterinarian
BA, Stanford University
After growing up in Los Angeles, I moved to northern California to attend college. I graduated from Stanford University in 1997 with a BA in Human Biology, and spent a few years afterwards doing research and working as a technician in a veterinary emergency clinic. In 2001, I began my dual degree training at UC Davis to get my DVM and PhD in Pharmacology. I graduated in 2006 with both degrees, and moved back to Southern California immediately afterwards.
We share our Upland home with our rescued two cats and dog. Jammer is an orange tabby domestic short hair who had been hit by a car as a stray when he was a year old. Karma is a black domestic medium hair who came to be my adoptee when she came to the clinic where I worked as a technician, in need of an emergency C-section. Our dog, Pepper, is a Border collie/German short-haired Pointer mix who had Parvo and was abandoned as a puppy.
When I am not at work, I spend my time with my husband and our two sons. I enjoy hiking, SCUBA diving, camping, traveling, music and food (especially chocolate and ice cream).