VDIC: Helping People. Helping Animals.
VDIC is a team of specialists and staff dedicated to improving the quality of veterinary medicine by providing expert information using state-of-the-art medical equipment. Our compassionate and knowledgeable staff gives every veterinarian, patient, and pet owner personal attention to ensure that you will come away with a positive experience.
In his previous role as the Medical Director for IDEXX Telemedicine, Dr. Feleciano made it his mission to educate referring veterinarians on the essential role of imaging in comprehensive treatment plans. Having worked with and for the Portland Metro veterinary community since 2001, he has built his practice on accessibility, innovation, and collaboration.
• DVM Colorado State University 1994
• Small Animal Private Practice 1994-2001
• Instructor Small Animal Small Animal ultrasound courses 1998-2001
• Owner of Small Animal Mobile Ultrasound Practice 1999-2001
• Radiology Residency VDIC, OSU, WSU 2001-2004
• Board Certification ACVR 2004
• Clinical Radiologist – VDIC 2004-Present
• Radiology Consultant – IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants 2016
• Radiology Manager – IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants 2009-2010
• Medical Director – IDEXX Telemedicine Consultants 2014-2016
• Owner and Medical Director - Bridge Animal Health Inc. and VDIC 2017-Current
Dr. Beck received her board certification from the American College of Veterinary Radiology in 1982, making her one of just 300 practicing, board certified radiologists nationwide. As an expert in diagnostic ultrasound, Dr. Beck is committed to providing pets, their families, and referring veterinarians the information they need to make informed medical decisions. She is proud to be an integral part of her patients’ medical team.
B.S. Zoology and Geology Oregon State University 1974
DVM Washington State University 1978
Internship Cornell University NYS College of Veterinary Medicine 1978-79
Radiology Residency U.C.-Davis 1979-1982
Board Certification ACVR 1982
Assistant Professor U.W.-Madison 1982-1986
Assistant Professor Cornell University NYS College of Veterinary Medicine 1986-1992
Department Head Diagnostic Imaging- Angell Memorial Animal Hospital 1992-2012
Clinical Radiologist VDIC-IDEXX 2012-2016
Clinical Radiologist VDIC, Bridge Animal Health 2017-present
Born and raised in the Minneapolis area, Dr. Willke earned her Bachelor of Science and Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Minnesota. She completed an internship at Alameda East Veterinary Hospital in Denver, Colorado before completing her radiology residency training at University of Wisconsin-Madison. Renowned for delivering top-quality training through advanced technologies and techniques, UW equipped Dr. Willke with the expertise to administer world-class medical service to her Portland patients.
Dr. Willke joined the VDIC team after providing over 17 years of mobile ultrasound and radiograph interpretation services in the south Puget Sound region. Since moving to NE Portland with her husband, three rescued terriers, and her Amazon parrot, Dr. Willke has become an avid (or, as her husband calls it, rabid) Portland Timbers fan.
Dr. Hanson obtained her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Tufts University, where she returned to complete her radiology residency. She held a position on the Board of Directors for the DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital from 1998 to 2001, and served as President from 2000 to 2001. Balancing her role in the greater veterinary community with her work at VDIC since 1995, Dr. Hanson is committed to educating and empowering VDIC’s clients and their medical teams.
Off work, she enjoys travel, cooking, and white water rafting.
• DVM: Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine 1989
• Internship: Angell Memorial Animal Hospital 1989-1990
• Small Animal Private Practice: 1990-1992
• Radiology Residency: Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine 1992-1995
• Board Certification: ACVR 1995
• Radiologist VDIC 1995-present
• Radiologist Idexx 2009-present
• Radiology Residency Director VDIC 2006-2010
Although she enjoyed her time on the country's eastern side, Keri is a PNW native who grew up just east of Seattle. After completing her residency, she worked in private referral practice in Seattle, Washington, before relocating to Portland in 2009. Keri developed an interest in ultrasound during veterinary school. This passion and enthusiasm were further enhanced during her internal medicine residency. She understands the essential role ultrasound routinely plays in managing the health of our small animal pets.
While spare time is relatively scarce, Keri enjoys spending time outside with her family and their two labradors, particularly trips to the Oregon Coast. Additionally, she enjoys volunteering at her children's school, reading, and DIY home improvement projects.
Dr. LaRue believes imaging is an invaluable addition to any clinician’s toolkit and enjoys educating the veterinary community on core imaging skills. To that end, she serves on the Board of Directors for the International Veterinary Point-of-Care Ultrasound Society and was a guest speaker at their inaugural symposium. She has also taught Global FAST (AFAST, TFAST, and VETBLUE Point-of-Care) techniques as a FASTvet ultrasound proctor and collaborator.
Dr. LaRue joined VDIC in 2019 as part of our intensive ultrasound training program. This program includes practical, hands-on training, close observation, and rigorous testing to prepare Dr. LaRue for her career as a veterinary sonographer.
In 2009, Dr. Doolan completed an emergency and critical care internship at DoveLewis Emergency Animal Hospital in Portland before becoming a full-time staff doctor. During her time with DoveLewis, she worked with many specialists and experienced clinicians, strengthening her skill sets in emergency medicine and intensive care. In 2015, Dr. Doolan transitioned into general practice as a primary care veterinarian with the Animal Care Group of Lake Oswego. There, she continued to gain insight into the importance of accurate diagnoses, earlier detection of disease, and the tools we use to understand our patients' health and well-being.
Throughout her veterinary career, Dr. Doolan has valued the information that ultrasound and imaging provide. These tools are crucial to understanding the cause of illness and planning treatment for our patients. She always strives to learn new skills and develop a more robust understanding of veterinary medicine and care. Her role at VDIC allows Dr. Doolan to help clients understand the ultrasound findings and prepare for subsequent discussions with their veterinary care team.
The Doolans have one perfect labrador retriever and two beautiful bonded cats.
Dr. Williams completed her undergraduate education in Environmental Science at Oregon State University. She went on to obtain her Doctor of Veterinary Medicine degree from the Oregon State University College of Veterinary Medicine in partnership with Washington State University College of Veterinary Medicine. In addition to 10 years of medicine at an AAHA accredited animal practice in Lake Oswego, Dr. Williams received additional training in Veterinary Acupuncture and became a Certified Canine Rehabilitation Therapist.
When she is not caring for animals, Dr. Shannon can be found outdoors on her mountain bike, hiking, paddle boarding, or skiing and spending quality time with her boyfriend and their furry friends.
As a diagnostic imaging intern, Dr. Vaught assists in patient care during diagnostic ultrasounds and radiology studies. Under the mentorship of VDIC's radiology team, she is learning to pre-read radiographs, interpret ultrasound studies, and hone her ultrasound skills.
Dr. Vaught holds a Bachelor's in Biology and graduated from veterinary school in 2018, but her experience with animals and medicine started much earlier. Growing up, she helped with her family's wildlife rehabilitation program in Montana. Motivated and curious, she thrives when she's learning something new every day!
As a member of the VDIC team she is proud to be a part of the greater veterinary community, and an extension of each patient’s healthcare team. Sara obtained her BS in Education from Western Oregon University and has been a longtime advocate for continuing education. She has provided abdominal ultrasound instruction for IDEXX Telemedicine, Sound Eklin, Universal Ultrasound, and Core Ultrasound.
An industry pioneer, Sara is also a founding member of the committee that established The Academy of Veterinary Technicians in Diagnostic Imaging (AVTDI). Launched in 2018, the AVTDI will provide Veterinary Technician Specialist (VTS) status to qualified technicians in diagnostic imaging.
After nearly two decades with VDIC and 25 years in the veterinary field, Sarah’s passion lies in patient advocacy and meticulous care. She enjoys the challenge of using ultrasound to help veterinarians and pet owners get the answers they need.
Her faith motivates and inspires her to care for the animal kingdom, as well as the great outdoors. When she’s not assisting VDIC’s radiologists, she loves experiencing the world’s natural beauty through hiking kayaking, and snorkeling.
Jennifer has worked her way up, starting as a kennel technician in 2005 and receiving her Associates of Applied Science in Veterinary Technology from Palo Alto College in 2010. Since obtaining her degree she has honed her skills working with veterinary industry leaders in specialty medicine as a licensed technician in both Texas and Oregon, with focus on surgery, anesthesia, and advanced diagnostic imaging.
In her current role at VDIC she serves as a liaison between patients, clients, and doctors. Leveraging her multifaceted medical background and keen eye for process optimization, she’s committed to providing world-class treatment for patients and the people who love them.
Margaret graduated from The Vet Tech Institute at Fox College in 2010 and relocated from Chicago to Oregon in 2017. As a Certified Veterinary Technician (CVT), she is passionate about providing the best possible patient care. Whether she's intaking patients, monitoring during sedation, or assisting with ultrasounds, she's driven by a deep love for animals and their people.
When she's not caring for patients with VDIC, you can find Margaret in her garden or exploring Oregon's trails with her husky, Maya.
Behind the scenes at VDIC, Andrea uses her love for problem-solving to optimize processes and ensure appointments are stress-free, both for our patients and the people who love them. In her free time, she enjoys fostering animals, reading, and spending time outdoors, either gardening or hiking, whenever she can.
As a Veterinary Technician, Lynsee is responsible for patient intake and assessment, monitoring patients during procedures, and ensuring each pet gets their prescribed dose of snuggles. She’s committed to continuous growth and strives to be a compassionate patient care advocate. She also helps manage daily workflows to ensure each appointment goes smoothly. Outside the clinic, Lynsee enjoys exploring all that the PNW has to offer with her two children, French Bulldog baby, and wonderful partner.
Kiri spends her free time gardening, camping, and adventuring. She is also a food and whiskey connoisseur who enjoys exploring new and unique culinary tastes with her partner, Travis. They share their home with two human kids, a quirky pup named Phelan, and a sweet pitbull named Cedar.
When she’s not dotting the i’s and crossing the t’s at the office, Lindsay keeps busy with her four boys, husband, and goldendoodle. Between year-round sports and her love of hiking, there’s no time for downtime!