Antech Diagnostics

Veterinary Clinical Pathologist

ID 2021-4982


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For more than 30 years, Antech Diagnostics has been the hallmark of the veterinary industry.  At the heart of Antech is our love for pets. Today Antech is driving the future of pet health as part of Mars Veterinary Health, a family-owned company focused on veterinary care.


Antech is comprised of a diverse team of individuals who are committed to each other’s growth and development. Our culture is centered on our guiding philosophy, The Five Principles: Quality, Responsibility, Mutuality, Efficiency and Freedom.


We understand that the world we want tomorrow starts with how we do business today, and that’s why we’re inspired to make A Better World for Pets.


The Clinical Pathologist will diagnose disease and cause of death in companion and laboratory animals by examining body tissues, fluids, and hematologic specimens.


This position will be responsible for the following:

  • Describe and interpret cytologic preparations from fine needle aspirates, body fluids and hematologic specimens to determine the cause of disease or death in animals.
  • Prepare pathology narrative reports of cytologic, hermatologic and clinical pathology data.
  • Dictating medical evaluations using Dragon and other dictating software.
  • Consult with Veterinarians about diseases detected in sample tissues and fluids based on test results and clinical findings through Skype, phone and email.
  • Describe, interpret and generate reports for research samples in companion and laboratory animals, including cerebrospinal fluid, bone marrow aspirates and hematologic data.
  • Provide medical second opinions as requested by clients or from colleagues.
  • Describe and interpret histopathologic findings from bone marrow core biopsies.
  • Provide scientific and technical advice to laboratory staff and Veterinarians with regard to sample collection and submission.
  • Stay current on veterinary and medical practiced through continuously reviewing journal publications, text books and attending continuing education conferences and seminars.
  • Participate in the Quality Control program.
  • Maintain proficiency in clinical diagnostic skills.


The ideal candidate will have the following:

  • Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (DVM/VMD) degree or equivalent
  • Diplomat of American College of Veterinary Pathologists
  • Must be licensed to practice veterinary medicine in respective state


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