Raymond Parham, CVT
Raymond has been performing and teaching ultrasound for 30 years. His veterinary medicine career began at Alameda East Veterinary Hospital where he was the imaging supervisor and technician supervisor under Dr Robert Taylor and Dr. Dan Stienhiemer. While there Raymond assisted Dr. Taylor in a variety of canine arthroscopy research and teaching labs. Through the years, he has also been involved with imaging projects at the Denver Zoo including imaging a variety of animals from lions, bears, tigers, and even a camel stifle. In 2001, he became a clinical instructor in the ultrasound department at Colorado State University Veterinary Teaching Hospital (CSUVTH). He has become the lead equine imaging technician at the new Johnson Family Equine Hospital at CSUVTH and that is where his passion lies. He enjoys imaging small animals and teaching labs to veterinary students, interns and residents. He also travels to clinics to teach clinicians.
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