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Envol Biomedical Welcomes Dr. Diana Gerardi Scorpio DVM, MPH, PhD, DACLAM to its Leadership Team

January 10, 2024

We are incredibly excited to announce the appointment of Dr. Diana Scorpio as the new Director of Comparative Medicine and Vice President for Research. With an impressive career spanning over 25 years in the field of veterinary medicine and research, Dr. Scorpio brings a wealth of knowledge and expertise to our team.

Dr. Scorpio’s journey in veterinary science has been marked by significant achievements and contributions. Over the course of her career, she has authored more than 50 publications, each showcasing her deep understanding and innovative approaches in the realms of vaccines, infectious diseases, and immunology. Her research has not only advanced the field of veterinary medicine but has also provided critical insights into improving animal health and welfare.

Her extensive experience is not limited to research alone. Dr. Scorpio has been a pioneer in the development and implementation of advanced veterinary practices. She has played a key role in shaping modern veterinary protocols and treatments, making her an invaluable asset to our team.

We’re thrilled to welcome Dr. Scorpio in her dual role as Director of Comparative Medicine and VP for Research. In these capacities, she will be leading our efforts in bridging the gap between veterinary research and practical application. Her leadership is expected to drive innovation and excellence, furthering our commitment to the highest standards of care in veterinary medicine.

Dr. Scorpio’s appointment reflects our dedication to embracing expertise and experience in our mission to advance veterinary science. Her extensive background in research and her proven track record in veterinary medicine make her uniquely qualified to lead our teams toward new horizons of discovery and care.

Please join us in warmly welcoming Dr. Scorpio to our organization. We look forward to her contributions and are confident that under her guidance, we will continue to achieve great strides in veterinary medicine and research. Welcome aboard, Dr. Scorpio!