She is a boarded veterinary anatomic pathologist with special interests in ocular pathology, cardiac pathology, animal models of human disease, and medical device pathology. She enjoy collaborative research and the chance to learn from others. Her undergraduate work was completed at Wilson College in Chambersburg, Pennsylvania. She received her veterinary degree from the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine in 2012 and completed an anatomic pathology residency at Auburn University in 2015. Since then, She has been working at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine as a clinical lecturer, teaching in both the veterinary and graduate school curricula. Her PhD work focuses on understanding the pathophysiology behind Duchenne muscular dystrophy cardiac disease. As such, their group has been studying the dystrophin-deficient Labradoodle as a potential animal model for this process. In my free time, She enjoy hiking with my husband and dogs, fishing, camping, running, and painting.
Ocular pathology, cardiac pathology, animal models of human disease, and medical device pathology