Ever wonder what happens to the blood sample you submitted for a complete blood count (CBC) to the Cornell Clinical Pathology Laboratory? Are you confused why your patient’s blood smear was or was not reviewed by a clinical pathologist? Spurred on by the resident research project of Dr. Ashleigh Newman in collaboration with research mentor and clinical pathologist Dr. Erica Behling-Kelly and clinician and Veterinary Information Network (VIN) consultant Dr. Mark Rishniw, these questions are going to be answered! More...
Our new eClinPath website, an online educational resource for veterinarians, is here!
Congratulations are in order! Check out Dr. Ashleigh Newman’s and Dr. Erica Behling-Kelly’s research publication “Reporting and interpreting red blood cell morphology: is there discordance between clinical pathologists and clinicians?” in the latest issue of Veterinary Clinical Pathology. The aims of their study, which was done in collaboration with Dr. Mark Rishniw, were to survey clinicians and CPs about RBC-M terms and their clinical value, and identify areas of agreement and discordance. This is the second time one of Dr. Behling-Kelly’s publications was an “Editor’s Choice” in VCP!
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The Clinical Pathology Laboratory is in the Department of Population Medicine and is also a unit of the Animal Health Diagnostic Center at Cornell University. The Laboratory is staffed by three clinical pathologists, all of whom are board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists, 2 clinical pathology residents, a laboratory manager, 7 medical technologists and 2 administrative assistants. We have a high-volume, high-quality laboratory equipped with state-of-the-art analyzers. We provide diagnostic testing and professional consultation services to the Cornell University Hospital for Animals, to researchers affiliated with Cornell University and to private veterinary practitioners and researchers throughout New York, the USA, and worldwide.
The clinical pathology section is an academic unit with three mandates: