Elizabeth Bradshaw, DVM
NoroCORE Extension Associate
Department of Food, Bioprocessing, & Nutrition Sciences
North Carolina State University
Liz Bradshaw received her D.V.M. from North Carolina State University in 2011. She also attended NCSU for a B.S. in Zoology as well as minors in Genetics and Art and Design. Her research experience has centered on population medicine in wildlife, mostly using molecular techniques to determine disease prevalence, and she also has a background in science education. Dr. Bradshaw spent some time in clinical practice before embarking on a career in public health. She is concurrently completing a Masters of Public Health Leadership at UNC’s Gillings School of Global Public Health and is expected to finish in the fall of 2016. She joined the NoroCORE in fall 2013 as a post-doctoral research scholar before taking on the role of Extension Associate in summer 2015. Liz currently writes for the NoroCORE blog, assists with the development of the graduate food virology curriculum, maintains the website, and is part of the social media team. She provides general writing, editing, and graphic design support to NoroCORE. Dr. Bradshaw has an active license with the North Carolina Veterinary Medical Board.