Dr. Kiehl graduated from the University of Florida School of Veterinary Medicine in 1980 and entered mixed private practice at Driftwood Animal Hospital in Daytona Beach, Florida prior to enrolling in the Clinical Pathology Residency Program at Colorado State University and obtaining a Masters Degree in Pathology. She was board certified in Clinical Pathology in 1988. She has worked as a diagnostic pathologist for Colorado Vet Lab , Doctors and Physicians' Lab, SmithKline Beecham Clinical Labs and Antech Labs prior to co-founding Florida Vet Path, Inc. (1998) and FVP Consultants, Inc. (2003) with Dr. Maron Calderwood Mays. She currently serves as a consulting pathologist for several commercial laboratories. She is licensed and accredited in Florida and Arkansas and recently licensed in Kentucky, and has practiced as a staff veterinarian since 2012 at Best Friends Animal Hospital in Fayetteville, Arkansas, as well as continuing to provide diagnostic pathology services to practicing veterinarians, thru Florida Vet Path, Inc, in both Florida and Arkansas. IN 2016 she co-authored “Atlas for the Diagnosis of Tumors in the Dog and Cat” with Dr Calderwood Mays, published by Wiley Blackwell. She currently serves as Medical Director for Allied Veterinary Laboratories, LLC in Louisville, Kentucky. Professional memberships include the Florida Veterinary Medical Association, American Society of Clinical Veterinary Pathologists, American College of Veterinary Pathologists, American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Northwest Arkansas Veterinary Medical Association and Pasco Hernando Veterinary Medical Association.
Dr. Marjorie Williams was born and raised in Vero Beach, Florida. She graduated from Auburn University with a Bachelors of Science in 1996. In 2000 she graduated from Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine. Upon graduation, Dr. Williams worked as a small animal practitioner in North Alabama for four years. She and her husband moved to Fort Collins, Colorado where they pursued a residency in Veterinary Clinical Pathology at Colorado State University, College of Veterinary Medicine. She was accepted into the clinical pathology residency program at Colorado State university in 2005. During her residency she worked part times as a general practitioner in private practice and did a Masters program with a focus on canine lymphocytic leukemia. In 2008 she successfully completed her Masters as well as clinical pathology residency. She became board certified in veterinary clinical pathology in 2009. Dr. Williams currently works as a clinical pathologist and continues to practice in her Father's veterinary office as a general practitioner. She is currently a member of various local and national professional organizations. She will also begin working part time as a clinical pathologist in January at Mississippi's State University, College of Veterinary Medicine.
Karen Trainor, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVP
Dr. Trainor graduated from Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2006 before completing a small animal rotating medical and surgical internship at Veterinary Specialists and Emergency Services in Rochester, NY. She pursued a residency in anatomic pathology and a postdoctoral fellowship in cardiovascular pathology at Texas A&M University in College Station, TX. Dr. Trainor went on to work as a research assistant professor in the cardiovascular and translational pathology lab at Texas A&M. She obtained additional training and experience in dermatopathology while working as a diagnostic pathologist at Abaxis Veterinary Reference Lab in the Kansas City area. Her other special interests include infectious diseases and zoo and wildlife pathology. She also works as a consultant with Marshfield Laboratories, Animal Reference Pathology, and runs Innovative Vet Path.
Dr. Linda F. Meola is an anatomic veterinary pathologist and received her board certification in anatomic pathology in 2011. She completed her pathology residency at the Smithsonian’s National Zoo in Washington DC in 2010. Prior to residency, she practiced small animal medicine for 12 years in Houston, Texas. She received her DVM from the University of Minnesota in St. Paul in 1995. Her special interests include zoo and exotic pathology, clinical pathology, and infectious disease. Currently she lives in Little Rock, Arkansas and divides her time between pathology and clinical practice.
Dr. Christine Watson is a New England native and a 2009 graduate of the University of Glasgow, Scotland, Veterinary School. Dr. Watson worked in general practice for two years before starting her pathology residency. She completed her anatomic pathology residency in 2014 and started working at the University of Wisconsin, Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory as an Associate Professor. Dr. Watson specialized in mammalian pathology specifically domestic and laboratory animal species. Dr. Watson has an interest in infectious disease, specifically influenza, and has published her findings on canine influenza.