Meet our Doctors
Our doctors are extremely dedicated to protecting the health and well-being of your animals both through investigative and preventative medicine! Below you will find a little bit about our amazing veterinarians at EVC.
Dr. François R. Miquel
Dr. Francois is a graduate of the National Veterinary School in Lyon, France and has an advanced degree in microbiology. His special interest is in small animal and exotic animal surgery. He is a graduate of the ECFVG program and did his U.S. Clinical training at Iowa State University. Dr. Francois is a native of Grenoble, France. He became co-owner with his wife, Dr. Elizabeth, when they purchased the practice from Dr. Forrest in 1997.
Dr. Shannon Bradley
Dr. Bradley grew up in Vermont and received her degree in Animal Science from UVM. She then went on to earn her degree in veterinary medicine from The Ohio State University. Before joining Essex Veterinary Center Dr. Bradley used to practice mixed animal medicine (large and small animals) but now focuses on small animals exclusively. Outside of work she enjoys spending time with her family and spoiling her dog, Sochi. Dr. Bradley joined the practice in January 2016.
Dr. Elizabeth B. Miquel
Dr. Elizabeth is a graduate of Yale University and the University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine. Her special interest is in internal medicine cases for all species including small mammals and reptiles. She is a member of the Association of Reptilian and Amphibian Veterinarians (ARAV). Dr. Elizabeth and Dr. Francois met in surgery at the University of Pretoria Veterinary College in Onderstepoort, South Africa. Dr. Elizabeth is from Rumson, NJ and worked on wall street for 10 years prior to attending veterinary school. Dr. Elizabeth became co-owners of Essex Veterinary Center with her husband, Francois, when they purchased the practice from Dr. Forrest in 1997.
Dr. Teri Bragg
Dr. Bragg graduated from Moravian College in Bethleham, PA, in 1997 with a degree in biology, and completed her doctorate in veterinary medicine from the University of Pennsylvania in 2001. She practiced general small animal medicine in suburban Philadelphia and eastern Pennsylvania for many years. In August of 2019, she and her husband decided to realize their longtime dream of living in New England and moved their family to Vermont! Dr. Bragg loves most aspects of small animal practice but her particular interests include complex medicine cases, emergency/critical care, endocrinology, dermatology, hospice/palliative care, and ultrasound. She lives in Cambridge with her husband, Bill; seven-year-old daughter, Emmie; five cats, a Golden Retriever, and too many fish to count.