BS 2002, Kansas State University
DVM 2004, Kansas State University
PhD 2008, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Diplomat American College of Veterinary Pathologists
- My primary responsibility is as a diagnostic pathologist for the Kansas State Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory, which involves biopsy and necropsy services from referring veterinarians and the KSU Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital.
- My main teaching requirement is instruction on necropsy technique, gross tissue evaluation, conclusions of findings and analysis of findings for fourth year veterinary students participating in their necropsy rotation.
- My research responsibilities are mainly providing pathology support for collaborative studies. Past and current collaborative projects have included bovine viral diarrhea virus in cattle and alpacas, canine influenza virus, canine urethral bulking agents, swine Influenza virus, pH1N1 in swine, and porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus.