Please join us for rounds with Dr. Stefan Keller from University of Guelph presenting “A primer on clonality testing in veterinary medicine” on Thursday, March 7th at 2pm EST / 11 am PST.
Here is a short bio for Dr. Keller:
I am a veterinary pathologist with specialty training in immunopathology and I have a keen interest in lymphocyte biology, both from a mechanistic as well as a diagnostic perspective. I completed veterinary school in Berlin, Germany (2003); I did a combined doctoral degree and residency in anatomic pathology at the University of Zürich, Switzerland, which I completed with a Dr.med.vet degree (2007) and ECVP board certification (2008), respectively. I served as a senior resident in anatomic pathology at the University of California, Davis (UCD), USA (2008-2009) and was a postdoctoral fellow (2009-2011) and PhD candidate (2011-2015) in the laboratory of Dr. Peter Moore at UCD. I have been interested in and working on lymphoproliferative diseases since my doctoral work with Dr. Franco Guscetti in Zürich but have been most impacted by Dr. Peter Moore’s mentorship at UCD. Since 2015, I am an assistant professor of anatomic pathology in the Department of Pathobiology, Ontario Veterinary College.
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