Dr. Asha Radicic graduated from the University of Guelph, Ontario Veterinary college in 2003. Prior to her doctorate, she completed a Master of Science in 1997 in Microbiology and Molecular Cell Sciences with an emphasis and publications in canine genetics from the University of Memphis.
Dr. Asha is from Southern California, where she worked as a Small Animal general and emergency veterinarian for over 10 years. She spent 3 years working in the Middle East as a civilian veterinarian for the U.S. Naval Support Activity in Bahrain, where she helped care for the military working dogs and service members’ pets living in the region. In 2017, she moved to Singapore with her husband and two black Labradors, Raina and Mukhi. Before joining SVI, she kept busy working as a practitioner for a local 24-hour general and referral hospital.
Dr. Asha maintains memberships in the American Veterinary Medical Association, California Veterinary Medical Association and Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care Society. In her free time, she enjoys traveling to developing countries to provide international aid for animals as a member of World Vets.