Cheryl Moller

BSc BVMS, MS, MANZCVS(Pathobiol), Diplomate ACVP (Clinical)
North Carolina State University, Murdoch University

Cheryl is from Perth, Western Australia and earned her veterinary degree from Murdoch University. She worked for 5 years in small animal and exotics general practice 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 Master’s thesis: “The haematology, morphology, and ultrastructure of blood cells in bobtail lizards (Tiliqua rugosa)”.
Cheryl then entered a clinical pathology residency at North Carolina State University, and also completed a Certificate of Accomplishment in Teaching. She was able to maintain her interest in anatomic pathology with some service weeks on biopsy duty. She published several journal articles and co-authored a book chapter. Cheryl also joined the ASVCP Education Committee to share her love of teaching. In 2016, Cheryl became a board certified clinical pathologist of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists.
Cheryl started working for ANTECH in the Irvine, CA laboratory January 2017, which has since relocated to Fountain Valley, CA. In addition to the diagnostic cytology and haematology work, she is able to continue pursuing her passion for the marriage of clinical and anatomic pathology by reading bone marrow biopsies. She also loves exotic animal haematology and cytology, and is always hoping for samples from tapirs.
As a typical Australian, Cheryl travels whenever possible. Having recently bought a 1974 vW Westfalia, she and her family are looking forward to bus adventures in the summer. She lives in Santa Ana, CA, with her husband, son, two cats and a dog.