Janet R. Bogan, BS, RLATg
Janet Bogan has worked in the veterinary field since 1985. She started out as a general practice receptionist and quickly advanced to become an emergency-service technician.
She initially joined the CVM in 1989, assisting in the care and breeding of canine models for Duchenne muscular dystrophy. She worked extensively in this field for two decades; relocating with the laboratory to the University of Missouri-CVM (1994-2007; Laboratory Supervisor) and UNC-Chapel Hill (2007-2012; Research Associate). Her duties included maintaining the dog colony, assisting with oversight of all proposed studies, and training personnel utilizing the canine model for translational research. She specializes in study design, breeding management, and neonatal critical care.
Working with the Clinical Studies Core, her position includes running clinical trials in a variety of specialties including oncology, dermatology, behavior, and internal medicine. Her duties include study initiation, project management, budget creation/negotiation, as well as technical writing, billing and subsidy reporting, among many others.
She obtained her B.S. in Biochemistry at NCSU and is a registered Laboratory Animal Technologist. Her interests outside of work include whitewater rafting, camping, sewing, and baking. She lives in Hillsborough and enjoys spending quality time with her three children. The family shares their household with two lovable cats and one dog.