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Phil Labelle
DVM, Diplomate ACVP
Anatomic Pathology
University

University of Montreal, University of California, Davis, University of Illinois, Western University of Health Sciences

Bio

Phil earned his veterinary degree from The University of Montreal. He then completed a residency in anatomic pathology at the University of California, Davis training at both the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital and the Comparative Pathology Laboratory.

Phil is a member of the ACVP, VCS-OPWG and COPS. He has a particular interest in ocular pathology, oncologic pathology and immunohistochemistry. He has published over 35 peer-reviewed scientific manuscripts and is Clinical Associate Professor at Western University of Health Sciences. Phil is Chair of Ocular Pathology and a member of Antech’s Oncology-Pathology Advisory Panel. He is an Editorial Board Member for the journal Veterinary Ophthalmology and also serves as Lead Pathology Faculty for the William Magrane Basic Science Course in Veterinary Comparative Ophthalmology. Phil is the author of the chapter “The Eye” in the pathology reference textbook “Pathologic Basis of Veterinary Disease”.

Phil joined Antech in 2004 and is based in Ottawa, ON. In his free time, Phil enjoys spending time with his wife, a veterinary ophthalmologist, and their two daughters. He is an avid hockey fan and an average hockey player.

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Janice Lacey
DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVP
Anatomic Pathology
University

Mercyhurst College, University of Pittsburgh, Purdue University

Bio

With an undergraduate degree in Biology, Medical Technology certification and Masters of Science degree in Forensic Chemistry in hand, Dr. Janice (Jan) Lacey entered the field of forensics (in the age of Quincy). She worked for 14 years as a forensic chemist with the Indiana State Police Laboratory as a Serologist, including tenure as serology supervisor. After an extremely interesting and successful career, she embarked on a second, equally interesting and rewarding career in veterinary medicine. Graduating with her DVM from Purdue University in 1998, Jan was accepted into the Purdue Anatomic Pathology Residency program in conjunction with the Indiana Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory. She received her Masters of Science in 2001 and worked as an anatomic pathologist at the Texas Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory while studying for boards, passing in 2002. Jan joined ANTECH in April of 2003 and is a member of both the AVMA and ACVP. Her pathology interests include all biopsies, including the difficult ones, and she especially enjoys interaction with clinicians and colleagues alike for the opportunity to exchange information. Accompanying Jan on her journey, through it all, is her husband, Mark. They reside in Phoenix, AZ, and currently have two “furry” children, Elly Mae (Bull Terrier) and Jethro (Dachshund). Jethro is a liver ‘shunt’ dog, surviving ten years on medical management.

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Denise Lin
DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVP
Anatomic Pathology
University

Johns Hopkins University, Tufts University, Kansas State University

Bio

Denise Lin graduated from Johns Hopkins University with a combined BS/MS with Honors in Molecular and Cellular Biology in 2010. She earned her DVM from Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine in 2014. At Tufts, she was drawn to the field of pathology like a moth to the flame of knowledge. Thus, she entered the anatomic pathology residency program at Kansas State University, and achieved board certification in 2017. She has been continually expanding her sphere of veterinary knowledge at ANTECH Diagnostics ever since. Denise is a recipient of the C.L. Davis Veterinary Pathology Award, and is a member of ACVP, AAVLD, AVMA, and ISID. Her areas of interest include oncologic pathology and infectious disease. Denise grew up in Taiwan and is fluent in Mandarin Chinese as well as English. She loves solving puzzles, swimming, and exploring new places. She lives with her long-term partner, Albert, and their grumpy old cat, Cat.

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Bob Lobingier
DVM, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

Oregon State University, Washington State University, University of California, Davis

Bio

Bob is a member of the second graduating class of Oregon State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, at that time cooperative with Washington State University in student instruction, earning his DVM in 1984. For a time, Bob was a mixed animal practitioner, subsequently pursuing his clinical pathology residency at the University of California, Davis and was board certified in 1992. Bob joined ANTECH in 2001, at their Full Service Diagnostic Facility in Portland, OR. His interests include test proficiency/accuracy, immune mediated disease, and liver cytology and disease. Bob especially enjoys clinician interaction and the opportunity to provide clinical and patient relevance to laboratory findings. In his few off hours, Bob enjoys riding motorcycles, and the lifestyle of the Pacific Northwest.

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Erin Locke
DVM, DVSC, Diplomate ACVP
Anatomic Pathology
University

University of Guelph

Bio

Erin received a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM) in 1998 from Ontario Veterinary College at the University of Guelph. After three years in small animal practice, she returned to OVC for a residency in Anatomic Pathology (DVSc program), which she completed in 2004. She obtained board certification in 2004. Erin has worked as a surgical pathologist since then, and has developed a special interest in dermatopathology. She started her career working at Yager-Best Histovet in Guelph, Ontario, and she joined the ANTECH team when ANTECH merged with Yager-Best Histovet in 2009. Erin is a member of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists, and a member of the International Society of Veterinary Dermatology. In her spare time, Erin enjoys mountain biking, alpine skiing, and spending time with her husband and two children.

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Kristin O. Loria
DVM, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

North Carolina State University, University of Pennsylvania

Bio

Kristin is a native Pennsylvanian, and completed her DVM studies at North Carolina State University in 2011. After graduating, she returned to her home state for residency training in Clinical Pathology at the University of Pennsylvania, School of Veterinary Medicine, earning her board certification in 2015. Kristin is a member of both the ASVCP and ACVP, and recipient of the CL Davis Student Scholarship Award in 2014. She has a number of peer reviewed publications on topics including neuroscience, behavior and trauma. Away from the microscope, Kristin enjoys spending time baking, making candy and doing arts and crafts with her two children. Her pet family consists of two dogs, a cat, a turtle and assorted fish and snails

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Jorden Manasse
BVMS, MRCVS, Diplomate ACVP
Anatomic Pathology
University

Johns Hopkins University, University of Glasgow, University of Tennessee, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Bio

Jorden is a Pennsylvania native and 2009 graduate of the University of Glasgow School of Veterinary Medicine. She completed a Small Animal Medicine and Surgery internship at VCA Hollywood Animal Hospital in Florida, a pathology residency at the University of Tennessee, and a zoo and wildlife pathology fellowship at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in conjunction with the Milwaukee County Zoo. Jorden has always been passionate about zoo and aquatic animal conservation and medicine, beginning with volunteer work at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore and the Marine Animal Rescue Program at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, while an undergraduate at Johns Hopkins University. Jorden completed clinical and pathology externships at Mote Marine Laboratory and Aquarium and the London Zoo, respectively.

Jorden joined ANTECH in March 2016 and until October 2017 was based at the full service diagnostic facility in Lake Success, NY. She now works remotely from Madison, Wisconsin but travels between the Fountain Valley and Lake Success laboratories to oversee grosser certification. In addition to being part of the exotics, fish, equine, and large animal pathology specialty groups, Jorden is a pathologist with the ANTECH Oral Pathology Service.

Outside of work, Jorden enjoys downhill skiing (and was once a Professional Ski Instructor of America), biking, hiking, and spending time with her husband, Zach, and rescue dog Duke.

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Evan Mcgee
DVM, Diplomate ACVP
Anatomic Pathology
University

Mississippi State University, Texas A&M University

Bio

Evan has devoted almost his entire career to diagnostic veterinary pathology. He graduated from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 1983. After three years in private practice, he attended a veterinary pathology residency at Texas A&M and was subsequently employed by the Mississippi Board of Animal Health Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory. He moved to North Carolina to work with Roche Biomedical, Biovet Division and transitioned through a merger into Lab Corp, Veterinary Division and through acquisition by ANTECH Diagnostics reading biopsies for many loyal clients over the years. Dr. McGee is Board certified by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists (1993) and has worked as a staff veterinary pathologist with ANTECH Diagnostics since 1998. His professional interests are predominantly oncologic pathology, infectious diseases, liver and renal diseases. Memberships and associations have included: ACVP, AVMA, MS Veterinary Medical Association, CL Davis Foundation and NC Academy of Small Animal Medicine. He currently resides in western North Carolina and enjoys hiking, outdoor photography, woodworking and gardening

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Ty Mcsherry
DVM, Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

University of Tennessee, University of Florida

Bio

Ty is a native New Yorker and a 1995 graduate of the University of Tennessee. Following graduation, he completed a one-year internship at the Animal Medical Center in New York, followed by a year working at the North Shore Animal League on Long Island. He completed his clinical pathology residency training at the University of Florida, earning board certification in 2000. His research while at the University of Florida included the evaluation of a Major Surface Protein of Ehrlichia canis for the development of a diagnostic ELISA and the evaluation of cerebrospinal fluid from ferrets and American alligators (How do you collect cerebrospinal fluid from an awake alligator? Very carefully!) Following completion of his residency, Ty worked in a diagnostic laboratory in Portland, OR, before relocating to the sunnier climate of Southern California where he joined VCA ANTECH. Ty is a member of the ACVP and ASVCP, and works from the ANTECH full service facility in Lake Success, NY, where he resides with his wife and daughter. Away from work, Ty can often be found at the nearest barbecue restaurant.

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Cheryl Moller
BSc BVMS, MS, MANZCVS (Pathobiol), Diplomate ACVP
Clinical Pathology
University

North Carolina State University, Murdoch University

Bio

Cheryl is from Perth, Western Australia and earned her veterinary degree from Murdoch University. She worked in general small animal and exotic practice for 5 years in Perth. Cheryl completed a 3 year residency in clinical pathology and anatomic pathology at Murdoch University which culminated in successful completion of the Membership certifying exam for the Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists, Pathobiology Chapter. During her residency, she continued to work in general practice, and completed a Masters thesis: “The haematology, morphology, and ultrastructure of blood cells in bobtail lizards (Tiliqua rugosa)”. Cheryl relocated to the USA in 2014 entering a clinical pathology residency at North Carolina State University and completed a Certificate of Accomplishment in Teaching. She was able to maintain her skills in anatomic pathology with biopsy service duty at NCSU. She published several journal articles and co-authored a book chapter. Cheryl recently joined the ASVCP Education Committee to share her love of teaching. Cheryl joined ANTECH in 2017 and resides in Huntington Beach CA with her 2 cats and dog. In addition to diagnostic cytology and haematology work, she continues to pursue her passion for the marriage of clinical and anatomic pathology by reading bone marrow core biopsies. She loves exotic animal haematology and cytology, and is hoping for samples from tapirs. As a typical Australian, Cheryl travels whenever possible, and is always dreaming of Hawaii. She is a certified Yoga Teacher, loves Olympic weightlifting and is trying to learn the ukulele.

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