Watch back this panel with successful veterinary authors Dr’s Cherice Roth, Michael Burg, and Emily Singler. Each has taken a totally different path to get to their published book, and we explore what it takes, how it happened, and of course, their career paths. If you’ve ever been curious about how to write a book and get it published, you’ll want to watch!
Dr Cherice Roth
Dr. Cherice Roth is a graduate of Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine. Along with her Doctorate she also holds a Master’s Degree in Biochemistry. She is currently the Chief Veterinary Officer of Fuzzy Pet Health as well as an advisory board member for Multicultural Veterinary Medical Association (MCVMA) & Veterinary Professionals Instilling Black Excellence (VIBE).
Dr. Roth is an author of children’s books. Her books, “What’s a REAL Doctor?” and “What does a REAL Doctor look like?” both focus on veterinary medicine, diversity, STEM and representation within medical fields. She believes that veterinary virtual care is the answer for health disparities in pets as well as part of the answer to psychological health issues of veterinary professionals.
Outside of work, you can find her in the woods of Oregon with her many, many “Roth Ranch” animals, her sons (The Rothlings), and husband, or serving on the medical board for several boxer, Doberman and dachshund charitable organizations.
Emily Singler, VMD
Dr. Emily Singler is a 2001 graduate of Penn State University and a 2005 graduate of University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. She is married with 4 kids and lives in Orlando,
Her career in veterinary medicine has included experience in shelter medicine, private practice, and as a relief veterinarian. She currently works as a veterinary writer, consultant, and mentor and enjoys writing for both pet owners and veterinary professionals.
Her writing interests include public health, preventive medicine, the human-animal bond, and life as a working mom. She is the author of Pregnancy and Postpartum Considerations for the Veterinary Team, to be published by CRC Press in late 2023. She also has her own blog, www.vetmedbaby.com.
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family, horseback riding, and all things llama and alpaca.
Dr Michael Bugg
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