Dr. Liz Mulhall graduated from The Ohio State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2020. She achieved a B.S. in Biology and Chemistry from Lake Erie College. Prior to starting at Humane Animal Rescue of Pittsburgh, Dr. Mulhall completed a shelter medicine internship at Cornell University as the Maddie’s Shelter Medicine Intern.
While at The Ohio State University, Dr. Mulhall was an active member and president of the student chapter of the Association for Shelter Veterinarians. Here she co-pioneered the medical foster program for feline patients at a local shelter, which is still in use today. During her undergraduate and graduate studies, Dr. Mulhall volunteered her time with several local outreach clinics and shelters in the greater Columbus, Cleveland, and Youngstown areas. Dr. Mulhall’s professional interests include outreach medicine, special needs and geriatric medicine, and community education.
Dr. Mulhall currently calls Wilkins Township home, where she lives with her husband, Rich. They have three rescue animals named Snoopy (a senior beagle mix), and cats Amoxicillin and Rupert. Dr. Mulhall enjoys spending her free time gardening, foraging, and maintaining her reef tanks.