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Jan Andrews
DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

University of Missouri, The Ohio State University, North Carolina State University, University of St. Matthews, College of Veterinary Medicine

Bio

Jan is a native of the “Show Me” state, and graduated from University of Missouri in 1987. She worked in general small animal practice in New Jersey for 3 years before pursuing her clinical pathology residency and PhD at The Ohio State University. She has numerous peer-reviewed publications and has been the recipient of several research awards. Jan joined the faculty at North Carolina State University in 1996, and continues there as an adjunct associate professor, actively participating in the residency training program and mentoring junior colleagues. She has cultivated a generation of clinical pathologists through her motivational and inspiring veterinary student instruction and resident training. Jan joined the ANTECH team in 2001 and works from an office housed within a multispecialty hospital and Regional ANTECH Laboratory in Cary, NC and the Fountain Valley, CA laboratory. In addition to her diagnostic responsibilities, Jan also serves as Department Head of Quality Assurance, and Chief Medical Officer of Clinical Pathology at ANTECH. When she is not working, Jan is an avid scuba diver and underwater photographer, and enjoys travel with friends.

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Cynthia Bacmeister
DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVP
Anatomic Pathology
University

Cornell University, Kansas State University

Bio

Cynthia graduated with a DVM from Cornell University in 1990 and completed her residency at Kansas State University. She then received her PhD from Kansas State University in 1998 (Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae) and became board certified in Diplomate ACVP (Anatomic Pathology). In 1999- 2000, Cynthia completed her post-doctoral fellowship at the Armed Forces Institute of Pathology in Washington, D.C. Cynthia worked in private practice for three years and has a special interest in avian and exotics, as well as surgical pathology. She is a member of the following professional societies: AVMA, ACVP, AAV, AAZV, WDA, and IAAAA. Cynthia continues to be passionate about emergency and small animal care

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Khush Banajee
DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

Louisiana State University, University of Illinois

Bio

Khush was born in Bombay, India, but was raised in the suburbs of New Orleans, Louisiana. There, he developed his love for animals and quickly realized that his dream was to be a veterinarian. He attended Veterinary School at Louisiana State University, where he rarely missed a football game, graduating in 2008. After Veterinary School, he did a small animal rotating internship at the University of Illinois, before returning to Louisiana State University (and LSU football) to do a Clinical Pathology Residency, earning board certification in 2012. Following his residency, Khush completed a PhD at Louisiana State University, working with tick-borne Rickettsia evaluating the ability of ticks to alter the host-pathogen interaction while feeding. One of his favorite activities during this program was collecting saliva from ticks. Khush joined the ANTECH team in 2016 and works within a multispecialty hospital in Mount Laurel, NJ. Khush has published several peer-reviewed papers in both clinical pathology and rickettsiology. He has also held memberships in many societies including JAVMA, ACVP, ASVCP, ASR, and ASTMH and serves as a reviewer for JAVMA and AJVR. In addition to tick-borne rickettsial disease, Khush’s professional interests include diagnostic cytology, hematology, and chemistry. Khush is avid sports fan and loves rooting for the Saints and LSU Tigers. He also enjoys spending time with his fiancée and the occasional game of golf in his free time.

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Sarah S. K. Beatty
DVM, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

Bio

Sarah is a Floridian and completed her veterinary degree at the University of Florida in 2011. Her desire to continue practicing multispecies medicine and solving diagnostic challenges led her to the field of clinical pathology. She completed a residency and became a board-certified Diplomate in 2014. Sarah joined the Antech team in 2021 as a digital pathologist, with special interests and expertise in avian, exotics, and large animal/equine clinical pathology. She enjoys being a part of the diagnostic team by consulting with veterinarians on routine and challenging cases for all species. Prior to joining Antech, Sarah spent 7 years as a faculty member at the University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine where she was active in diagnostic casework with a high oncology and exotics caseload, scholarly work, and teaching and instruction including the receipt of numerous teaching awards. She is an active member of ACVP, ASVCP (past Treasurer), VLA (current board member), and her local VMA. She resides in North Florida with her spouse and children and enjoys spending time outdoors hiking, kayaking, and gardening. Her family is completed by their miniature schnauzer and Congo African Grey Parrot.

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Tricia Bisby
DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

University of Illinois, Purdue University

Bio

Tricia is a 2006 graduate of the University of Illinois. During her DVM studies, Tricia worked as a student technician in the clinical pathology laboratory, prompting her chosen career path. She completed her residency training in clinical pathology at Purdue University, and earned her board certification in 2009. Tricia is a member of the AVMA, ASVCP and ACVP. She has published on large and small animal clinicopathologic disease diagnosis, and routinely presents continuing education seminars on topics in hematology, cytology, and urinalysis. She particularly enjoys diagnostic cytology, hematology, immunocytochemistry, and teaching. Tricia finds the variety and challenge of the caseload at ANTECH invigorating and educationally enriching. Tricia joined ANTECH in 2009, and resides in Chicago with her 12-year-old domestic shorthair cat, named Phoebe. She is passionate about yoga, and aspires to become a certified yoga instructor. She enjoys culinary classes, travel, art fairs, photography, and home remodeling/ interior design.

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John "Buzz" Bjorneby
DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

Washington State University

Bio

John “Buzz” Bjorneby graduated from Veterinary College at Washington State University in 1984, much to the surprise of friends and family. Following graduation, Buzz did a wonderful impression of James Herriot practicing mixed-animal medicine and surgery for two long, very cold years in Eagle River, Alaska. He also provided veterinary help and comic relief for the Iditarod sled dog race, where he had the opportunity to work with many of the top dog mushers, including Libby Riddles, the first woman to win the Iditarod. Buzz returned to the warmth and sunshine of Washington State University and completed a combined residency in clinical pathology and PhD in immunology in 1990. After graduate school Buzz raced to balmy Las Vegas to work for APL Veterinary Laboratories, study for the Clinical Pathology Board Exam, gamble, and dine at every all-you-can-eat buffet. After earning board certification in 1992, he joined what is now ANTECH Diagnostics in beautiful southern California, and provides consulting for cytopathology, hematology, and immunology. Buzz continues to do small amounts of research regarding canine hematopoietic cell transplantation and the diagnosis of infectious diseases. He recently shocked family and friends by eloping to Kauai to marry his girlfriend of 22 years. In all of Buzz’s free time he surfs, dives, bikes, skis, and flies the friendly skies in his Cherokee Six.

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Katie Boes
DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

Virginia Tech, Purdue University, and St. Matthew’s University, Colleges of Veterinary Medicine

Bio

A native of Maryland and Washington D.C., Katie earned her DVM from Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine at Virginia Tech in 2008. She then completed her residency training in clinical pathology at Purdue University, obtaining MS and ACVP board certification in 2011. Katie joined the faculty at Virginia Tech in 2011, where she invested 10 years of service in diagnostic clinical pathology, teaching in the DVM curriculum, and training residents in pathology. She has numerous peer-reviewed journal and textbook publications and has earned accolades and awards for excellence in teaching. Katie joined the Antech team in 2021, working in Blacksburg, VA, where she continues as Adjunct Faculty at Virginia Tech. When not working, Katie enjoys reading fiction, hiking and camping in the Blue Ridge Mountains of southwest Virginia, and cross-country road trips to state and national parks.

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Amy Boker
VMD, Diplomate ACVP
Anatomic Pathology
University

University of Maryland, University of Pennsylvania

Bio

Amy grew up in Southern New Jersey and received her Bachelor of Sciences degree in Animal Science from the University of Maryland, College Park, in 1998. She attended the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine and graduated in 2002. Amy did her residency training in Anatomic Pathology at the University of Pennsylvania, completing her residency and achieving board certification in 2005. Amy’s interests are in all aspects of surgical pathology for dogs and cats, including dermatopathology, gastrointestinal pathology, and oncologic pathology. Her professional affiliations include the American College of Veterinary Pathologists and the International Society of Veterinary Dermatopathology. Amy resides outside of Baltimore, MD, with her husband and two children.

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Nancy Collicutt
DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

North Carolina State University, University of Georgia

Bio

Nancy is a native of Chapel Hill, NC, but considers herself a Wolfpack fan for life, after attending North Carolina State University for both her undergraduate and veterinary studies. She earned her DVM in 2011, and was a member of Phi Zeta Veterinary Honor Society. She completed both her residency training in clinical pathology and Masters studies at University of Georgia, where she was the recipient of the C.L. Davis Veterinary Pathology Scholarship Award in 2013. Nancy is a member of both the ASVCP and ACVP, and received the ASVCP Share The Future Research Grant in 2012. Nancy enjoys cytology, particularly the satisfaction of finding unusual etiologic agents! Nancy joined the ANTECH team in 2014 and works from an office housed within a multispecialty hospital and Regional ANTECH Laboratory in Cary, NC. where she resides with her husband and active toddler son and daughter. Nancy enjoys running with her Brittany Spaniels (Sophie and Clementine), travel and gardening. In addition, she has 4 cats (Baby, Buddy, Fergie, and Blue); Baby is a particularly rare gem, being affected with diabetes insipidus.

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Karen Dorsey
DVM, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

Louisiana State University, Oklahoma State University

Bio

Karen earned her DVM degree from Louisiana State University in 1996, followed by a small animal internship at Oklahoma State University. Karen spent two years in general small animal practice before returning to OSU for a residency in Clinical Pathology. Following her residency training, Karen worked in diagnostic pathology in OK for a year before joining ANTECH, and relocating to Fort Worth, TX, in 2004. She successfully completed board certification in 2012. Karen is a member of the ACVP and ASVCP. She has published a number of book chapters on acid-base abnormalities, cytology, and hematology, and several journal articles, including one on ski asthma in Alaskan sled dogs. Karen has also presented at local and national continuing education forums. Karen is a competitive athlete, participating in halfmarathons, marathons, and triathlons. She also enjoys cycling, and recreational reading.

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