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Jodie Gerdin
DVM, Diplomate ACVP
Anatomic Pathology
University

Cornell University, Western University of Health Sciences

Bio

Dr. Jodie Gerdin hails from upstate New York, and is a graduate of Vassar College (co-ed since 1969) and Cornell veterinary school. After completing an internship in small animal medicine and surgery outside the Washington DC area, she worked for 5 years as an emergency veterinarian at a referral hospital outside of Richmond, VA. She returned to Cornell for her residency in veterinary anatomic pathology, where she developed expertise in veterinary forensic pathology and received advanced training in hepatopathology of dogs and cats. She enjoys rock climbing, riding her bike with family, shopping at Wegman’s, and misses riding her mothballed Kawasaki Ninja 250cc motorcycle. She resides outside of Baltimore with her husband, daughter, and 2 cats, all of whom are Washington Nationals fans

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Rebekah Gunn
DVM, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

North Carolina State University, University of Florida

Bio

Rebekah is a 2004 graduate of North Carolina State University. Ignited by the desire to understand the prevalence of disease and untimely passing of so many of our veterinary patients, she immediately transitioned into a clinical pathology residency at the University of Florida. During her residency, Rebekah developed an affinity for the pathology of exotic species; an interest she maintains still. She earned board certification in 2007 (to the supreme relief of family and then-fiancé Nate), relocated to her native North Carolina, and joined the ANTECH team in their regional laboratory in Cary, NC. Rebekah is a member of the ACVP and ASVCP, and serves as a consultant on the pathology and hematology message boards on the Veterinary Information Network (VIN). She enjoys clinician collaboration in challenging cases. During her time away from the scope, Rebekah is experimenting with homesteading, and its associated trials and tribulations. She and husband Nate (proving his worthiness during Rebekah’s board studies) are owned by four cats and a standard poodle with Von Willebrand’s disease, and aspire to expand their menagerie in the near future. Rebekah also avidly teaches (RYT-500) and practices yoga, and enjoys time at the Carolina coast – combining these two passions as often as possible.

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Sayuri Hayakawa
DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

Kitasato University Japan, Auburn University

Bio

Sayuri is a 2003 graduate of Kitasato University in Japan, and worked both in private veterinary practice and as a Japanese government veterinarian, for a total of 6 years. Her passion for knowing the underlying cause of disease and need for a definitive diagnosis first stirred her interest in the field of Pathology as a veterinary student. This innate curiosity ultimately lead her to relocate to Alabama in pursuit of residency training in Clinical Pathology at Auburn University. Sayuri is a member of the ACVP and ASVCP, and earned her board certification in 2014. She is particularly interested in platelet disorders, and completed her masters research studies on macrothrombocytopenia of Akita dogs. In her free time, Sayuri enjoys martial arts, where she holds a black belt. She currently has no pets at home, not yet having found companions to fill the void left by her dog of 22 years and her cat of 17 years. Where there is a will, there is a way.

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June Huang
DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

National Taiwan University, University of Georgia

Bio

June earned her DVM at National Taiwan University in 2009, and worked for a year in private small animal practice, before relocating to Georgia to pursue graduate studies and residency training in Clinical Pathology at the University of Georgia. During her studies at Athens, June was recognized for excellence in the areas of research (ACVP Young Investigator Award), clinical pathology (Morrow B. Thompson Award for Excellence in Clinical Pathology), and instruction (University of Georgia Outstanding Teaching Assistant Award). She is a member of the ACVP, ASVCP, and earned board certification in 2015. Her PhD studies concentrated on Rabies viral infection, post-exposure treatment, and early detection biomarkers. She has a special interest in laboratory animal and toxicologic pathology. June enjoys travel, snowboarding, pilates, and zumba. She resides in Smyrna, GA with her husband, cat and French bulldog.

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Jennie Jankovsky
DVM, Diplomate ACVP
Anatomic Pathology
University

University of Tennessee

Bio

Jennie earned her veterinary degree in 2013 from the University of Tennessee and completed residency training there in 2016. She earned board certification the same year. Jennie is a member of the ACVP and AVMA. Professional interests include general surgical pathology, forensic pathology, ocular pathology, dermatopathology, and exotic/ wildlife pathology. In her free time, Jennie enjoys hiking, reading, baking, and spending time with her husband and daughter.

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Sarah Johnson
DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

Purdue University

Bio

Sarah is a native of Indiana graduating from Purdue University’s College of Veterinary Medicine in 2009. During her undergraduate studies, Sarah worked as a laboratory assistant at ANTECH Diagnostics while simultaneously employed at a small animal veterinary hospital. While both were great experiences, her time in the laboratory convinced her to pursue a career in veterinary pathology. She completed her residency training in clinical pathology at Purdue and earned board certification in 2012. Shortly after, she began her move across the country, working in the diagnostic lab sector, eventually landing in Seattle where she resides today. Sarah joined ANTECH in 2016. Sarah is happy to be working for ANTECH once again where she enjoys the challenging caseload and discussions with fellow pathologists and client veterinarians. She is a member of ASVCP and ACVP and has completed additional training in Quality Assessment/Quality Control. Sarah loves the outdoor opportunities that the state of Washington offers and is excited to pursue more frequent international travel. She will soon learn how to ride a motorcycle for even more adventurous traveling!

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Lisa Kelly
DVM, PhD, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

Georgia Institute of Technology, University of Georgia, Cornell University

Bio

Lisa is a native of Georgia, and earned her PhD in Biology at the Georgia Institute of Technology, followed by several years as a research scientist developing potential diagnostic tests for human diseases. She then attended the University of Georgia (UGA), earning her DVM in 2008. She enjoyed 5 years in small animal private practice before returning to UGA for her residency to pursue her passion for diagnostic clinical pathology. While there, she received the C.L. Davis Veterinary Pathology Scholarship Award, and the Morrow B. Thompson Award for Excellence in Clinical Pathology, and achieved board certification in 2016. She enjoyed a year as an instructor at Cornell University before returning to her home state, where she joined the ANTECH team in 2018. Lisa is a member of the ASVCP, ACVP, AVMA and GVMA. She and her husband live in Athens, GA, where she shares her love of hiking with her dog and her enthusiasm for bird-watching with two cats.

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Anne Kincaid
DVM, Diplomate ACVP
Anatomic Pathology
University

Ohio State University, Johns Hopkins University

Bio

Anne is a 1983 graduate of the Ohio State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. She specialized in pathology while at OSU and completed a residency in anatomic pathology in the Department of Comparative Medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and became a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists in 1987. Anne accepted a position as Assistant Directory of Veterinary Diagnostic Services, Maryland Medical Laboratories in 1987, which subsequently was merged with Antech Diagnostics in 1996. While at Antech, she was an adjunct associate professor at the Johns Hopkins University Department of Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology. In 2006, Anne accepted a position as staff pathologist at Marshfield Clinic, Veterinary Diagnostic Services then returned to Antech in 2019. Her interests are in all aspects of surgical pathology, including oral pathology, bone pathology and in exotic/zoo animal pathology. She resides on a farm in Vesper, Wisconsin with her husband, two English setters and two cats.

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Kristine Krotec
VMD, Diplomate ACVP
Anatomic Pathology
University

University of Pennsylvania, Pennsylvania State University

Bio

Kristine is a graduate from the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania. She earned her undergraduate degree from the College of Agriculture at Pennsylvania State University. She specialized in small animal practice before returning to the University of Pennsylvania, where she completed a veterinary pathology residency. Dr. Krotec is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists in Anatomic Pathology, and her special interests include small animal and equine pathology. Kristine completed a postdoctoral fellowship in the state veterinary diagnostic laboratory system prior to joining ANTECH Diagnostics in 1998. Kristine has one daughter, Kathleen Eileen, with her husband Paul and an eclectic collection of dogs, cats, Quarter Horses, rescued miniature horses, several 4-H rabbits, and laying hens with a variety of pathological conditions.

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Eric Kufuor-Mensah
BS, DVM, MS, PhD, Diplomate ACVP
Anatomic Pathology
University

Tuskegee Institute, Tuskegee University, Michigan State University

Bio

Eric is originally from Ghana, West Africa, (formerly the Gold Coast, a member of the British Empire). Eric graduated from Tuskegee University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1979 and was appointed an instructor of anatomic pathology and continued to the rank of assistant professor. In 1987, Eric left academia to pursue further studies at Michigan State University where he enrolled in dual residency and PhD program in pathology - environmental toxicology with special interest in ocular pathology. Upon completing his studies Eric returned to academia as Associate Professor of Pathology for one year and subsequently joined ANTECH Diagnostics in 1998. Eric is an adjunct professor of pathology at Western University of Health Sciences, Pomona, California.

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