Dr. Orosz is an internationally known avian veterinarian and anatomist and is the owner of Bird and Exotic Pet Wellness Center. She received her PhD in human neuroanatomy from the University of Cincinnati Medical Center in 1980 and her DVM degree from The Ohio State University in 1984. She first practiced at a small animal practice in San Diego that was noted for avian and exotic animal medicine. From 1986-2000, she taught avian medicine and surgery at The University of Tennessee, College of Veterinary Medicine where she attained the rank of professor. While there, she was Section Chief for the Avian, Exotic Animal and Wildlife Medicine Service at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital which, at the time, had the largest case load of exotics in the country. She trained students, residents, and other veterinarians in the medicine and surgery of exotic animals, and continues today with a residency program. She continues to lecture in the United States and Europe about avian and exotic animal medicine. She is one of only four veterinarians from the United States who is board-certified in avian medicine both here (through the American Board of Veterinary Medicine) and in Europe (through the European College of Zoological Medicine).