Cambridge Technologies welcomes two new additions to its veterinary team. Todd Wolff has joined the Cambridge Technologies Swine Team as a technical services veterinarian, while Megan Tiffany has joined the firm as a bovine technical services veterinarian.
Wolff has experience in swine production as well as the pharmaceutical industry with a focus on vaccinology, specifically swine influenza. He received both his bachelor's and DVM from Michigan State University, and has a master's in public health degree from the University of Minnesota. He is also a graduate of the swine executive veterinary program offered by the University of Illinois. When Wolff isn't focusing on swine medicine, he enjoys working with his hobby sheep flock, and spending time with his wife and four children.
A graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, Tiffany worked in private practice for five years before joining Armor Animal Health, where she worked for six years prior to coming to Cambridge. Her passion is improving dairy cattle health and profitability through advancing technologies. When she is not working, Tiffany enjoys assisting her husband and two children with the family's registered Angus farm marketing genetics and direct-to-consumer beef along with venturing into the world of Percheron draft horses.