Research/Areas of Interest:
High-volume and pediatric spay/neuter for population control
Improving community access to care
Doctor of Vet Medicine, Tufts-Cummings School of VM, USA, 2012
BA, Kenyon College, USA, 2007
Dr. Jenni Grady graduated from Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 2012 and completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at Tufts VETS in Walpole, MA. Following completion of her internship, she split her time for several years between practicing community medicine at Tufts at Tech and working at several local shelters and primary care clinics. She then became faculty at Tufts at Tech, and is thrilled to be involved in teaching and community medicine full-time. She works alongside Dr. Wolfus as well as veterinary and vet assisting students to care for pets that have previously had limited ability to seek veterinary attention.
Dr. Grady's veterinary interests include increasing access to care for under-served pet owner populations, teaching veterinary students, and general soft tissue surgery. She regularly lectures students on vaccination principles, parasite management, general preventative medicine, and early spay/neuter. She feels strongly that all pet owners deserve quality medical care for their animals regardless of resource levels and is grateful for the opportunity to provide this service.
When she is not in the clinic, Dr. Grady keeps busy with her daughter, Paddy Rose, and an organic farm run by her husband, Paul. She enjoys being outdoors with her family and cooking with fresh, local food.