Dr. Ineson was born and raised in central Massachusetts. She made her way to the city to complete an undergraduate degree in Biology at Boston College, then remained in MA for her veterinary degree from Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Ineson was first drawn to the ER when researching anaphylaxis as a student, then quickly began picking up student ER shifts. After graduating, Dr. Ineson made her way to DC to complete a small animal rotating internship at Friendship Hospital for Animals. Following her time in DC, Dr. Ineson relocated to Colorado. Emergency medicine remains her passion, in particular emergency stabilization, toxicities and wound repair. When not at the hospital, Dr. Ineson enjoys spending time outside hiking, running and trying to tire out her energetic rescue dog, Zazu.