Elizabeth Peach, BSc
Ms. Elizabeth Peach is a Demonstrator in the Department of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery. She is also a co-course director for the Shelter Medicine Selective and a co-faculty advisor for the Student Chapter of the Association of Shelter Veterinarians, the One Health One Medicine Veterinary Public Health Committee, and the Animal Welfare and Behavior Society. She is a licensed veterinary technician, with a focus in shelter medicine, animal welfare, and spay/neuter clinics for people in underserved communities with limited access to veterinary care. She volunteers her time with several non-profit groups that work internationally and with Native American Reservations to set up MASH-style sterilization and vaccine clinics. Her research interests include management of canine and feline overpopulation and initiatives directed at increasing access to veterinary care, advancing animal welfare, and improving public health.
Ms. Peach earned her Bachelor of Science from Tufts University in 1999, and her Associate Degree in Veterinary Technology from Bel-Rea Institute of Animal Technology in 2000. She is currently pursuing her Graduate Certificate in Shelter Medicine from the University of Florida’s College of Veterinary Medicine.