I am a veterinary anatomic pathologist. Although I have a PhD, most of my time is
currently spent teaching veterinary students and anatomic pathologic residents through
didactic coursework, small group rounds and through the biopsy and necropsy service load.
My research interest primarily involve the eyes and skin. I also have a strong interest
in laboratory animals. 

Publications

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Hepatic Lesions in 90 Captive Nondomestic Felids Presented for Autopsy (with J. M. Bernard, A. E. McCree, J. C. Whitmore, and E. C. Ramsey), Veterinary Pathology (2014)

Hepatic lesions in nondomestic felids are poorly characterized. The purpose of this study was to...

 

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Detection of papillomavirus in equine periocular and penile squamous cell carcinoma (with D VH Hendrix, E A. Anis, B W. Rohrbach, E J. Ehrhart, J A. Lyons, and S A. Kania), Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation (2014)

Squamous cell carcinoma (SCC) is the most common tumor arising in the periocular and penile...

 

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Comparison of first-intention healing of carbon dioxide laser, 4.0-MHz radiosurgery, and scalpel incisions in ball pythons (Python regius). (with Rebecca T. Hodshon, Patricia A. Sura, Juergen P. Schumacher, Agricola Odoi, and James C. Steeil), American Journal of Veterinary Research (2013)

Objective-To evaluate first-intention healing of CO(2) laser, 4.0-MHz radiowave radiosurgery (RWRS), and scalpel incisions in...

 

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COX-2 and c-kit expression in canine gliomas (with J M. Janovsky, M R. Ilha, and Shelley Newman), Veterinary and comparative oncology (2013)

Gliomas are among the most common primary neural tumours of dogs. Cyclooxygenase-2 (COX-2) and c-kit...

 

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Evaluation of topical delivery methods for the introduction of siRNAs into feline corneal cells in vivo (with R P. Wilkes, D A. Ward, J K. Adams, and S A. Kania), American Journal of Veterinary Research (2013)

Objective—To evaluate agents used for delivery of small interfering RNAs (siRNAs) into feline corneal cells,...