Meet the thought leaders and experts behind Zoetis Reference Laboratories
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Adam Christman, DVM, MBA: Hello and welcome to a Great discussion guaranteed to make you learn and understand various perspectives in veterinary medicine. My name is Dr. Adam Christman dvm360's, Chief Veterinary Officer. On behalf of our friends at Zoetis. Welcome to our insights panel discussion, A Reference Lab Revolution. This discussion will share cases surrounding the field of clinical pathology as well as anatomical pathology and microbiology. I am honored to be facilitating discussion with our friends and why don't we go ahead and introduce ourselves. We'll start over here.
Carolyn Grimes, DVM, DACVP (Clinical Pathology): I'm Dr. Carolyn Grimes. I'm a clinical pathologist and I'm the medical director.
Shelley Rankin, PhD: I'm Dr. Shelley Rankin. I'm a microbiologist than the director of Microbiology and Molecular Medicine.
Laura Brandt, DVM, MS, DACVP (Clinical Pathology): I'm Dr. Laura Brandt. I'm also a clinical pathologist, and I'm the Director of Clinical Pathology.
Katherine Gailbreath, DVM, PhD, DACVP: And I'm Dr. Katherine Gailbreath. I'm an anatomic pathologist and technical manager.
Adam Christman, DVM, MBA: Thank you for joining us friends. This is gonna be fantastic. This discussion is going to have several components. First, we're going to learn a little bit more about the Zoetis Reference Lab. Then we're going to delve into a little bit further about the CBC, transition on over a little bit to microbiology, and then we're going to discuss a little bit about dermatopathology. So up next, we're going to chat with Dr. Carolyn Grimes. And we're going to learn a little bit about what's new and what's going on with our friends at Zoetis Reference Labs.