Dr. Andrew C. Jones, DVM, DACVR
Veterinary Radiology Specialist
Dr. Jones is the founder and owner of Central Vet Imaging. Questions for Dr.Jones can be e-mailed to: Staff@CentralVetImaging.com
Dr. Jones is the founder and owner of Central Vet Imaging. He works at the CVI clinic daily, meeting with pet owners, examining patients, reading x-rays, and performing the Ultrasound examinations.
Dr. Andrew Jones is Board Certified in Veterinary Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging. He has 15 years of experience in Radiology, Ultrasound, Computed Tomography and MRI. He has been serving the veterinarians of the California Central Coast with Ultrasound and Radiology as well as interpreting radiographs and ultrasound images sent remotely for many non-local animal hospitals for over 10 years. An integral part of Dr. Jones career was the years he spent working as a general practice veterinarian prior to specializing. His diverse career experience allows him to maintain a practical perspective and to understand the various concerns clients have. Radiographic interpretation is always challenging and can be frustrating at times, however, the information contained in the images is often critical for proper diagnosis. Dr. Jones can help to maximize the value of these studies with his experience, expertise and his genuine concern for your pet.
In his free time he enjoys hiking, cycling, camping, and ocean sports.
Dr. Wallack obtained his board certification in Radiology and Diagnostic
Imaging from UC Davis in 2002. His work in radioiodine (I-131) therapy for
treating feline hyperthyroidism resulted in a new protocol for treatment
dosing, and he lectures on this topic regularly at seminars and meetings
around the country. He also founded the American Association of
Veterinary Radiologists (AAVR), an online veterinary radiology education
resource for veterinarians and veterinary technicians, and is the founder
and president of Vetology.net, an online veterinary teleconsulting and
image storage platform. Dr. Wallack currently has a patent pending on real-
time ultrasound, a service where a licensed sonographer travels to the
general practitioner’s hospital to perform the ultrasound and broadcasts
the study over the internet to a board-certified specialist who reviews them
in real-time. He has published numerous professional journal articles and
book chapters and is the author of The Handbook of Veterinary Contrast
Seth Wallack, DVM, DACVR
Ajay Sharma, BVSc, MVSc, DVM, DACVR
Dr. Sharma earned his DVM from Ontario Veterinary College at the
University of Guelph, graduating in 1991. He did a Small Animal Internship at the Ontario Veterinary College in from 1994-95. After the internship he went into Emergency and Critical Care practice from 1995-2006. During this time, he established four radioactive iodine therapy units, the first private facilities of this kind in Canada. Dr. Sharma started his residency in Radiology and Diagnostic Imaging at Cornell University in 2006, and became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Radiology in 2009. He went on to become a member of faculty at the Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, and taught there until 2011. He joined the faculty of the College of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Georgia in 2011 and has been there to the present day. His primary professional interests are thoracic imaging, computed tomography, cardiovascular imaging, and molecular imaging. When he is not working, his personal interests include martial arts, rock climbing, and motorcycle racing.
Dr. Cole is a graduate of Auburn University. After obtaining his DVM from
Auburn, he was an associate at a mixed animal practice. After almost five
years of general practice, he entered a residency in Radiology and
Diagnostic Imaging at the University of Tennessee. After completion of the
residency and obtaining Diplomate status with the American College of
Veterinary Radiology, he joined the faculty at Texas A&M College of
Veterinary Medicine where he was head of Large Animal Diagnostic
Imaging. Dr. Cole later took a position as imaging director for an outpatient
imaging center in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Currently, he is a
member of the faculty at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine
where he hopes to finish his career. When not being a radiologist or loyal
Auburn Tiger fan, he prefers to be out on his motorcycle.
Robert Cole, DVM, DACVR
Jamie Williams, MS, DVM, DACVR
Dr. Williams received his DVM from the University of Missouri-Columbia in
1989. He worked in mixed animal practice for 2 years prior to beginning his
Radiology residency at Ohio State University. He finished his residency
and received his Board Certification with the American College of
Veterinary Radiology in 1994. Dr. Williams held faculty positions in
Veterinary Radiology at the Louisiana State University School of Veterinary
Medicine (10 years) and at the University of Georgia College of Veterinary
Medicine (5 years). He has been evaluating canine hips for the Orthopedic
Foundation for Animals (OFA) for 19 years, and has been providing
specialty radiograph interpretation to veterinarians for 17 years. Dr.
Williams has authored 2 book chapters and published 60 refereed journal
articles involving various forms of diagnostic imaging. He has delivered 60
international, 16 national, and 58 state and local continuing education
presentations on diagnostic imaging of small and large animal, avian
and exotic patients. His primary professional interests are diagnostic
radiology and ultrasound.