Rebecca Johnson, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVAA, is a research anesthesiologist and clinical professor of anesthesia and pain management at University of Wisconsin–Madison, where she also completed a residency and earned her MS and a PhD in respiratory neurophysiology. Dr. Johnson earned her DVM from The Ohio State University. Her clinical interests include anesthetic and analgesic techniques for laboratory animal species and the effects of opioid and nonopioid analgesics on the GI and respiratory systems of companion animals.
Martin J. Kennedy, DVM, has published research related to anesthetic risk and blood pressure monitoring and has completed research investigating total IV anesthesia in dogs. His clinical interests include critical care and injectable anesthesia. A graduate of University of Wisconsin, Dr. Kennedy completed a rotating internship at University of Minnesota before returning to University of Wisconsin for an anesthesia and pain management residency.