About us

About Us

LEARN MORE ABOUT THE
VETERINARIANS, DESIGNERS, AND TECHNICIANS
OF WHTG

Greg Frankfurter, DVM
Executive Director

Dr. Frankfurter has worked for over 15 years in oil spill response, wildlife rehabilitation, and research. Since receiving his veterinary degree from the University of California at Davis, he has worked with a variety of wildlife rehabilitation centers and research teams, and in oiled wildlife response. His research has focused on field techniques, wildlife capture and critical care. Dr. Frankfurter often finds novel uses for both old and emerging technology to improve wildlife care and management.

LORI CAMPBELL, DVM, MPVM, PhD, DACVPM
Research Director

Dr. Campbell received her veterinary degree from the University of California, Davis in 2012. After graduation, she completed a one year internship in Aquatic Animal Medicine at the University of California, Davis under the direction of Dr. Scott Weber. Dr. Campbell also has a PhD in Ecology from the University of California, Davis. Dr. Campbell has experience with terrestrial and aquatic wildlife and companion animals, disaster preparedness and response, and rehabilitation. Dr. Campbell has special interests in the application of ultrasound techniques to aquatic animals, patterns of antimicrobial sensitivity and resistance in aquatic bacteria, and conservation medicine.

Danielle E. Creedon, Esq
Legal Counsel, Animal Welfare Specialist