Meet the Team
Dr. Natalie Isaza – Service Chief
Dr. Isaza is the Grevior Clinical Associate Professor of Shelter Medicine and Community Outreach and began the Veterinary Community Outreach Program in 2003. Some of her interests include pediatric spay-neuter and community-based programs to prevent animal relinquishment. She has served multiple roles on the Executive Board of the Association of Shelter Veterinarians.
Dr. Harrison is a part-time Clinical Instructor who completed an internship in Shelter Animal Medicine in 2013. A UF CVM alumnus, she also works for a national non-profit animal welfare agency and was the founder of Doggie Daycare in Gainesville. She has special interests in veterinary oncology, behavioral welfare and business management.
Dr. Michelle Salob
Dr. Salob is the Veterinary Community Outreach Intern in shelter medicine and surgery. After years of working with homeless youth and adults, she went to veterinary school in hopes of becoming a shelter veterinarian and earned her DVM from Tufts Veterinary School. Her main interests are in shelter and community medicine and behavior. Outside of work Michelle enjoys hiking with her dog Stanley Mortimer Goldfarb.
Animal Care Staff
Jenny Applebaum – Veterinary Care Manager