Veterinarians from Mass General’s CCM, and the NE Primate Research Center are also Pathology faculty. Work includes comparative hematopathology, pathogenesis, translational medicine, and postdoctoral training.
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Veterinarians from the Massachusetts General Hospital Center for Comparative Medicine (Virtual Vivarium) and the New England Primate Research Center collaborate with the faculty of the Department of Pathology. The scope of their work encompasses comparative hematopathology, pathogenesis, and translational medicine of opportunistic infections, while providing postdoctoral training in comparative pathology. Nationally, post-DVM training in veterinary anatomic and/or clinical pathology is overseen by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP), an organization of board-certified scientists established in 1949 to promote excellence in veterinary pathology (www.acvp.org). The ACVP requires post-DVM training and expertise, with certifying examinations recognized by the American Board of Veterinary Specialties of the American Veterinary Medical Association.
Contact Susan V. Westmoreland, VMD, DACVP, Assistant Professor of Pathology, Harvard Medical School, and Acting Chief of Service of,
Division of Comparative Pathology, NEPRC