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A Residency in Retrospect with VPG

Hi, I’m Annie… I’m lucky enough to introduce myself as the newest resident at the Veterinary Pathology Group in the Hitchin laboratory. During vet school, I was that weird girl who actually liked microscopes. When I graduated, I became the weird vet who actually liked microscopes. So, I sought out my own kind and am…

VPG Contributes to New Osteosarcoma Study

Yesterday (March 10th 2021) Canine Medicine and Genetics published research, led by the University of Bristol, which showed that a dog’s body size and shape could indicate a greater risk of osteosarcoma. Osteosarcoma is a painful and aggressive bone tumour in dogs that is known to be more common in certain breeds than others. Sam…