Summer 2012 Newsletter
Focus on Anatomic Pathology Graduate Students

In addition to the coursework and teaching responsibilities, anatomic pathology residents perform necropsies, coordinate attendant laboratory results, and communicate with veterinarians. Upon completion of this three-year program, they are eligible to take the American College of Veterinary Pathologists Certifying Board Examination.

Graduate StudentsFrom left to right: Dr. Virginia Reynolds, Texas A and M; Dr. Katie Horzmann, University of Missouri; Dr. Laura Baseler, Iowa State University; Dr. Munhee Kim; Dr. Erica Twitchell, Purdue University; Dr. Nozomi Shimonohara, Kitasato University, Japan


New Graduate StudentsNew Graduate students Drs. Mark Robarge (Purdue University) and Meaghan Broman (University of Wisconsin )joined the ADDL staff on July 1, 2012

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