Emily Morse, VMD
Chief of Staff
Dr. Emily Morse, VMD obtained her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Happy to return to Pittsburgh, she has been with Banfield since 2008. As Chief of Staff of our North Fayette hospital, she prides herself on her team's focus and dedication to providing exceptional client service and the best quality medicine and preventative care. While Dr. Morse loves anything with fur, there's a special place in her heart for feathered and scaly friends and their owners! The challenge of caring for unique exotic pets is a gap in veterinary medicine she works hard to make less of an obstacle for those that share her awe and amazement for these special species! When she's not in the hospital, she can usually be found working outside in the garden, hiking or relaxing out on the water in a canoe older than she is!
Elizabeth Caruso, DVM
Dr. Elizabeth Caruso, DVM is a born and raised West Virginian. She knew early on that she wanted to become a veterinarian. She adopted her very first kitten when she was two years old. In 2006, Dr. Caruso graduated from West Virginia University with a Bachelor of Science in Animal and Veterinary Science. She graduated from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2010. Dr. Caruso has a strong interest in surgery. If you were to find Dr. Caruso outside of work she would be with her husband Joe, her son Frankie, their 4 dogs (Leroy, Katie May, Chloe and Emma Lee) and their cat (Opie) outdoors. She and her family love outdoor activities such as camping, hiking, canoeing and fishing in their own pond. Dr. Caruso has been with Banfield since 2009 and has been practicing small animal medicine since 2010. She cannot wait to meet you and care for your four legged family members!
Brianne Williams, DVM
Dr. Brianne Williams, DVM graduated from Mississippi State University –College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013. She has been practicing small animal medicine for the past 9 months. Dr. Williams has a cat named Bootsie, a Morkie named Gizmo, and two Weimaraners named Goose and Sippsi. In her spare time she enjoys spending quality time with her fiancé, Lance, going to the movies, and playing a competitive game of volleyball when possible.
Christina Genareo, DVM
Dr. Genareo has always had a passion for helping animals. Her parents have vivid memories of her always being the toddler that would come home with injured birds to try to nurse back to health. In 2010, she graduated from Grove City College with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. She then decided to pursue her calling to help animals by attending veterinary school in California at Western University of Health Sciences. Dr. Genareo is excited to put her education and passion into action by helping animals at Banfield. When she is not at work, she loves spending time with her family including her dog, Lupi and her two cats, Salem and Subaru. Dr. Genareo also likes figure skating and spending time outdoors, whether it is working in the garden or trying a new hiking trail.