When some strange case comes through that door that you’ve never seen before, do you panic? Or trust your process? ????
On this episode, we’re diving into the world of veterinary radiology with Dr. Alex zur Linden.
Dr. Alex zur Linden is a W.C.V.M 2008 grad. He completed a rotating internship in southern California and a residency in diagnostic imaging in Ames, Iowa. He is a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology (ACVR) and is currently the section chief of diagnostic imaging at the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph, Ontario, Canada.
In our conversation we explore:
- Alex’s road to radiology
- What it means to be in a faculty position
- The vast scope of work available to radiologists
- …And some of his personal life (which is basically just crushing weights and growing hair). ????
Our conversation has some cool turns in it as we discuss facing adversity and trusting your process as well as setting up your environment (personally and professionally) to enrich your life.
Thank you to Dr. zur Linden for joining us on the show this week!
To connect with Dr. zur Linder, you can find him on Instagram helping students with additional cases (others too)
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