Margo grew up outside of Washington, DC and attended college in Vermont. She moved to Austin, TX after graduating from college, where she worked as a wildlife rehabilitator, educator, and genetics research assistant/laboratory manager. She then headed west to earn her doctorate in veterinary medicine and certification in veterinary medical acupuncture at Colorado State University (class of 2017). Over the last ten years she has co-authored several scientific publications and textbook chapters on the topics of reproduction and microbiology.
While a veterinary student she worked part-time as part of the Alpenglow emergency team, and she is thrilled to spend her internship practicing medicine alongside the dedicated and talented professionals at AMVS/AVSEC once again. Margo loves spending time with her patients AND their humans – her goal as a doctor is to improve the health and happiness of everyone in the room. She is fascinated by the development and mechanisms of disease, especially endocrine and metabolic dysfunction.
Margo loves music and being outside. Her hobbies include rock climbing and hiking (hello, Boulder!), swing dancing, song writing, and tinkering with various musical instruments. She also has a serious sweet tooth which forces her to bake a lot of pies. She lives with her Wyomingite fiancé and adorable husky/shepherd mutt in south Boulder.