Center for Companion Animal Health

Photo:  Sharon Anglin

Sharon Anglin, RVT, LATg

Center for Companion Animal Health
Management Services Officer
Phone: 530-754-9183
Fax: 530-752-7701

Responsibilities at the Center for Companion Animal Health (CCAH):

  • Finance, Facilities and Programs of the CCAH
    • Finance and Facility project management:  New building projects and renovations
    • Program and Finances:  International exchange (Koret Israel), international scientific conferences, local and national event management, School-wide granting programs, internal research programs, seed fund programs

Hobbies and Interests:

  • Painting with oil and watercolor
  • Fishing and outdoors near water – ocean, bays, lakes and rivers (any and all!)
  • Sports – volleyball, basketball, football
  • Family - Husband Brett and three adult children – Brad, Rachael and Keri and come from a large family in Nebraska.

Work Experience Highlights: 

  • 1991-Present  CCAH Management Services Officer -  Responsible for Program, Finance and Facility Administration
  • 2013-Present Management of CCAH under the direction of Dr. Michael S. Kent 
  • 1991-2013 Management of CCAH under the direction of Dr. Niels C. Pedersen
  • 2004 & 2008  Expanded facilities and programs for CCAH (facilities currently at 46,000 sq ft/3 areas). Onsite project manager/liaison for Hemodialysis and Blood Purification Unit, VMII renovation.
  • 1991 - Merged two programs to form the CCAH.  CCC combined with the Companion Animal Laboratory (expanded facilities to 10,000 sq. ft); renovated main lab 273 VMII
  • 1989 AALAS certified LATg and cross trained in the laboratories of Drs. Theilen and Niels Pedersen
  • 1987-1991  Research Manager and Animal Health Technician, Comparative Cancer Center (CCC) under Dr. Gordon Theilen (facilities of 6,000 sq ft in VMII).
  • 1987-1989 Trained in research techniques and procedures in the laboratories of Drs. Theilen and Niels Pedersen (infectious diseases, virology, oncology)
  • 1986-1987  worked as an RVT in the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital, Small Animal Clinic (Surgery, ICU and Nursing)
  • 1981-1985 Established and administered a non-profit veterinary organization and organized annual scientific meetings.
  • 1981-1984 Laboratory Assistant, pulmonary physiology group of Dr. Jerry Gillespie at UC Davis.
  • 1979  Registered Animal Health Technician (now RVT); worked in private veterinary practices in Sacramento, CA and Oroville, CA