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Founded in 2020, our mission is to help vet students conquer clinics and beyond, by providing simple tools and techniques that keep them organized, and optimize the way they practice medicine.
Whether it's learning and recalling a ton of information, or completing all of the steps along a patient's journey, we help you get it done in less time and with less mental effort - so that you can deliver seamless, quality care to your patients in a healthy and sustainable way.
In vet school, I used to transform my class lecture notes to be more organized and visual to more easily process the information. I started sharing my work with classmates, including tools for use in clinics, and was surprised by the positive responses.
The idea that my work had made a difference to them - that it might one day make a difference to their patients - was such an incredibly rewarding feeling that fueled my earliest dreams of starting mini mammoth.
I graduated from Tufts in 2014, initially starting a residency in lab animal medicine. Although I appreciated the ability to provide quality compassionate care on a 1:1 basis, I realized that the work that energizes me most is finding better ways to help clinicians achieve consistent, quality patient care.
I decided to make that my full-time goal, leaving my residency for a new career in information technology (electronic medical records). I loved being able to focus on creating solutions for clinicians and their patients. But, years after vet school, I never stopped thinking about my vision to help vet students conquer the steepest slope in their veterinary career - when everything is new and they're trying to find ways to build habits and manage it all.
I started mini mammoth to help vet students like you, because I've been there too. My goal is to support you in finding strategies that work for you, so that you can tackle whatever comes your way - in vet school and beyond.
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