Proficiency in diagnostic clinical pathology.
Preparation for ACVP certification exam.
Gain experience in teaching and giving oral presentations.
Proficiency in diagnostic clinical pathology; an emphasis on teaching both at the DVM student and resident level; exposure to cases involving a wide variety of infectious diseases; externships with Antech Labs offering exposure to a large number of samples and disease processes; opportunity to participate in small group and didactic teaching; weekly rounds, both clinical and anatomic pathology, with an emphasis on preparation for boards (case write-ups, mock boards).
Service duty; presentations in rounds; teaching 4th year small group diagnostics rotation; didactic lectures in cytology elective and/or sophomore clinical pathology course; independent study.
Additional Training Areas:
Externships with Antech Labs.
Dependent on participation in graduate degree program.
Clinical Pathology Faculty:
Susan Fielder, DVM, MS, DACVP, Clinical Associate Professor
James S Meinkoth, DVM, PhD, DACVP, Professor
Theresa Rizzi, DVM, DACVP, Clinical Associate Professor
Maggie McCourt DVM, DAVCP, Lecturer
Faculty Research Interests:
The department has a large infectious disease research group focusing on tick-borne diseases.
Trainees in Last 5 Years and Current Positions:
- Maggie McCourt (Oklahoma State University)
- Jon Bagwell (Dallas Veterinary Specialists) firstname.lastname@example.org
- Sunao Fujita: (Japan) email@example.com
- Pi Jie Yang: (Idexx Laboratories) firstname.lastname@example.org