American College of Veterinary Pathologists

Published on December 31, 2018
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The American College of Veterinary Pathologists welcomed 91 new diplomates and recognized two dual-certified diplomates following the board certification examinations it held Aug. 14-16, 2018, in Tampa, Florida. New diplomates are as follows:

Veterinary anatomic pathology

Charles Alex, San Diego
Joseph Anderson, Silver Spring, Maryland
Alexandra Armstrong, Zumbrota, Minnesota
Charles Assenmacher, West Chester, Pennsylvania
Gayathriy Balamayooran, Winston Salem, North Carolina
Bethany Balmer, Pullman, Washington
Erica Barkei, Silver Spring, Maryland
Maria Bates, St. Peters, Missouri
Mark Bennett, Bristol, England
Emma Borkowski, Acton, Ontario
Alexandria Byas, Fort Collins, Colorado
Flaminia Coiacetto, East Fremantle, Australia
Brieuc Cossic, Ithaca, New York
Megan Curnow, Mount Nasura, Australia
Rahul Dange, Davis, California
Jolie Demchur, Narberth, Pennsylvania
Jennifer Dreyfus, Madison, Wisconsin
Rebecca Egan, Guelph, Ontario
Jessica Fortin, Columbia, Missouri
Russell Fraser, Guelph, Ontario
Virginia Gamino Rodriguez, Glasgow, Scotland
Paula Giaretta, College Station, Texas
Lauren Harris, Fort Collins, Colorado
Livia Henderson, Airdrie, Scotland
Mason Jager, Ithaca, New York
Amanda Johnson, Newberg, Oregon
Tanit Kasantikul, Glendora, California
In Joong Kim, Manhattan, Kansas
Shannon Kirejczyk, Athens, Georgia
Anna Kokosinska, Perth, Australia
Greta Krafsur, Fort Collins, Colorado
Vikas Kulshreshtha, Bedford, Massachusetts
Joseph Malatos, New York
Amanda Mansz, Guelph, Ontario
Amanda Martinot, Southborough, Massachusetts
Brittany McHale, Athens, Georgia
Andres Mejia, Waunakee, Wisconsin
Colleen Monahan, Lansing, Michigan
Shankumar Mooyottu, Ames, Iowa
Predrag Novakovic, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
Jennine Ochoa, Exeter, California
Helen Peam, Killara, Australia
Heidi Pecoraro, Portland, Oregon
Lauren Peiffer, Ellicott City, Maryland
Virginie Piccicuto Gerpinnes, Hainaut, Belgium
Rachel Pittaway, Fulbourn, England
Richard Ploeg, College Station, Texas
Laura Rice, Bryan, Texas
Jonathan Samuelson, Savoy, Illinois
Ryan Schafbuch, West Lafayette, Indiana
Courtney Schott, Guelph, Ontario
*Jennifer Scruggs, Rockville, Maryland
Patrick Shearer, Newtown, Australia
Alexandru Tabaran, St. Paul, Minnesota
Jason Thornton, Silver Spring, Maryland
Pui Ying Tse, Ithaca, New York
Krystal Vail, College Station, Texas
Matthew Valentine, Basseterre, St. Kitts and Nevis
Andrea Vanderpool, Carmel, Indiana
Alvaro Wehrle, Asuncion, Paraguay

Veterinary clinical pathology

Julie Allen, Raleigh, North Carolina
Charalampos Attipa, Hatfield, England
Jonathan Bagwell, Plano, Texas
Justin Breitbach, Columbus, Ohio
Stacy Clothier, Blacksburg, Virginia
Karlee Craig, Waterloo, Ontario
Deborah Culang, Saint-Hyacinthe, Quebec
Francisco de Oliveira Conrado, Gainesville, Florida
Meaghan Eren, Pullman, Washington
Lindis Fouracre, Tewkesbury, England
William Gow, Dover Gardens, Australia
Angela Gwynn, Falcon Heights, Minnesota
Daniela Hernandez Muguiro, Ithaca, New York
Rachael Holicky, Bothell, Washington
Jeremie Korchia, Kalamazoo, Michigan
Christopher Lanier, Auburn University, Alabama
Kelsey Legendre, Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Ashley Leisering, Hanover Park, Illinois
Caitlyn Martinez, Ault, Colorado
Margaret McCourt, Stillwater, Oklahoma
Mark Morton, Manhattan, Kansas
Courtney Moser, Columbia, Missouri
Alexandra Myers, College Station, Texas
Andrea Pires dos Santos, West Lafayette, Indiana
Michael Rosser, Urbana, Illinois
Noa Safra, Davis, California
Elpida Sarvani, Exeter, England
*Mark Schrenzel, Alexandria, Virginia
Pedro Serra, Exeter, England
Lisa Viesselmann, Knoxville, Tennessee
Dania Villarnovo, Ithaca, New York
Bridgette Wells, Dacula, Georgia
Nina Zitzer, Hilliard, Ohio

*Dr. Scruggs was previously certified in veterinary clinical pathology and Dr. Schrenzel was previously certified in veterinary anatomic pathology.