Veterinary pathology is the study of the nature, causes, and effects of animal disease.
Prospective students should visit the Pathology Graduate Programs page for information about our residency, externship, and graduate programs (MS and PhD) in veterinary pathology. Information on the services we provide can be found on our Service Laboratories page. Visit Noah’s Arkive for information on this extensive veterinary pathology image collection teaching resource.
Basic Ultrastructure and Ultrastructural Pathology
April 29-30, 2017
The goals of this rigorous course are to provide veterinary pathology residents and pathologists with information needed to understand basic ultrastructural techniques and to identify tissues, interpret changes in tissue, and identify organisms at the ultrstructural level. In addition, veterinary pathology residents will have the opportunity to participate in a mock exam, describing electron micrographs and evaluating electron micrographs in the context of the new ACVP certifying exam question format. Although designed for veterinary pathologists and pathology residents, this course is also appropriate for graduate students and researchers in other disciplines wishing to incorporate electron microscopy into their research. For more information and an itinerary of events please visit http://vet.uga.edu/events/ultrapath2017.
Residency Training Opportunities
All of our current positions in Athens have been filled. Please check back in July to see our openings for 2018.
We currently have two senior resident anatomic positions available at our Tifton Veterinary Diagnostic and Investigational Laboratory, located in Tifton Georgia.