From Necropsy to Diagnosis: Making the Most of Your Laboratory Submissions
Join one of WVDL's diagnostic pathologists for a discussion of field necropsies, sample collection, and laboratory submission. You'll learn how to improve the odds of achieving a diagnosis and review common diseases diagnosed in ruminants at WVDL.
Lorelei Clarke, DVM, DACVP, PhD
Dr. Lorelei Clarke was born and raised in Kaneohe, Hawaii, but has since lived in Oregon, Colorado, Western New York, and Georgia. She earned both her BS in Microbiology and DVM from Colorado State University. After working as an emergency small animal veterinarian, she completed her combined residency-PhD program in anatomic pathology at the University of Georgia. Her doctoral work focused on arboviral diseases of white-tailed deer, and she has broader interests in infectious diseases of wildlife and livestock. She joined the WVDL team as a Diagnostic Pathologist in 2018, which has allowed her to contribute to efforts in retrospective studies, digital pathology, and mentoring of veterinary and undergraduate students.