Gilroy , CA , United States
Provide consultative services for the pharmacology-toxicology department of comparative medicine and other areas of the corporation. The division has productive global collaborations with prestigious academic institutions and hospitals. Publication of research findings in peer-reviewed journals is strongly encouraged.
Conduct histopathologic immunohistochemical and morphometric evaluations to support a wide variety of therapeutic areas including oncology immune-mediated diseases inflammation cardiovascular disease orthopedic diseases metabolic/endocrine and genetic diseases.
Collaborate with scientists on projects directed at elucidating disease mechanisms developing effective therapies and characterizing compound-related toxicity in early drug development.
Specialized technology including confocal microscopy electron microscopy immunohistochemistry immunofluorescence in situ hybridization and molecular techniques is utilized to conduct investigations.
• EDUCATION: A DVM/VMD and board certification in Anatomic Pathology required animal health