Includes dogs, cats and birds
For small animal appointments
call (979) 845-2351
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Includes horses and cattle
For large animal appointments
call (979) 845-3541
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The TAMU Pathology club is gearing
up for Fall 2013 with plenty of meetings, activities, and learning
opportunities! Join us on Facebook to stay updated on our
Tuesday Sept 24th at noon: Dr. Donna Kusewitt -
Anatomic pathologist from M.D. Anderson
Monday Oct 21st at noon: Dr. Susan Fielder -
Clinical pathologist from TVMDL
Monday, Oct 28th at 5pm: Cytology Wetlab!
Monday, Nov 25th at 5pm: Dr. Steve Wikse - Food
animal clinician also board certified in anatomic pathology
Both members and non-members are invited to join the anatomical
pathology department to participate in hands on necropsies.
Necropsy Saturdays are held every Saturday from 9 am to noon.
Contact Alex Myers (email@example.com) for more
Every month a new "Mystery Slide" is placed near the Path Club
microscope in room 230. All students are invited to review the
slide and come up with a morphological diagnosis. The slides are
then discussed with one of the Pathologists in the 50X rounds room.
Prizes are awarded to the students with the right answers. Join in
on the fun... Can you find the diagnosis?
Anatomic Pathology Rounds are scheduled every Friday from 4:00
to 5:00 p.m. in the necropsy building (exit doors outside Critical
Care Cafe toward the large animal hospital, immediately outside of
the doors turn to the right and continue walking to the Anatomical
Pathology Building). This is open to all veterinary students,
faculty, and residents. Feel free to bring interested friends! For
more information contact Dr. Brian Porter.
Please see our updated officer list for contact information!
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