Don’t miss our next Virtual Rounds! Evaluation of Bone Marrow Cytology & Cores

It’s been a while since our last IDEXX Virtual Rounds session, and we think it was worth the wait! Join us on Tuesday, July 10th from 12:00-1:00pm EST for the next session, where Drs. Jamie Haddad and Andrew Burton will be reviewing bone marrow cytology and cores.

Register today to reserve your spot!

If you’re not able to join us for the live session, check back here on CaseConnexx for the recording!¬†

Jamie Haddad, VMD, DACVP (Anatomic and Clinical Pathology)

Dr. Haddad, a native New Yorker, received her veterinary degree from the University of Pennsylvania in 2007. She remained there for her anatomic pathology residency and then continued on to a clinical pathology residency at North Carolina State University. Dr. Haddad is board certified in both anatomic and clinical pathology by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists and is particularly interested in bone marrow evaluation, cytologic-histologic correlates, and specialty and referral center pathology cases. Dr. Haddad joined IDEXX in 2012 and spent her first several years with IDEXX on-site at the Animal Medical Center, a large specialty hospital in New York City, and now continues to work for IDEXX in the northern Chicago suburbs. Outside of work, Dr. Haddad enjoys baking, running, spin biking, and spending time with her family.

Andrew Burton, BVSC (Hons), DACVP (Clinical Pathology)

Dr. Burton graduated from the University of Melbourne in 2007 with First Class Honors. He completed a rotating internship at Queensland Veterinary Specialists in 2008 before working at the University of California, Davis, as a staff veterinarian and intern in emergency medicine and critical care. Dr. Burton completed a clinical pathology residency at University of California, Davis in 2014 and earned board certification the same year. His research focus is in hematology and he was the recipient of the ASVCP Young Investigator Award in 2013 for his work on canine stored blood microparticle detection. Dr. Burton has a passion for cytopathology, and is the author of the textbook Clinical Atlas of Small Animal Cytology. He has considerable lecture experience in veterinary curricula, and in local, national and international CE meetings.

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