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Dr. Mole, who is originally from Central Florida, began his career in veterinary medicine in middle school, working as a technician in a veterinary practice. He went to the University of Central Florida for three years, and graduated from Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2009.
Dr. Mole had a special interest in research during veterinary school and had the opportunity to work as a research assistant in the department of internal medicine at LSU School of Veterinary Medicine in Baton Rouge, studying ingestible wireless medical sensors (SmartPill®} in dogs. Following veterinary school, he worked as an associate veterinarian in Central Florida for five years before becoming the proud owner of Seminole Animal Hospital.
Dr. Noelany Cruz Rivera was born in Puerto Rico. She always knew she wanted to become a veterinarian so she started working as a kennel assistant during her high school years and volunteered in local shelters. She obtained her Veterinary Technologist Bachelor’s degree from the University of Puerto Rico Medical Science Campus along with Technician Florida Certification in 2010. Then she continued her studies in the Veterinary University of Missouri- Columbia. During the first 2 years, she participated in the Veterinary Research Scholars Program (VRSP) and the American Society of Laboratory Animal Practitioners Summer Fellowship. Dr. Noelany also became president of the Veterinary Student as One Culture and Ethnicity Association (VOICE). After graduation in 2016, she moved to Florida to practice Veterinary Medicine and became certified in low stress handling, humane alliance spay and neuter program and volunteer with the non-profit H.E.L.P Animals Inc. She is fluent in English and Spanish.