Benjamin Curtis

Post Doctoral - Anatomic Pathology Resident Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology

A109 Diagnostic Medicine Center


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About Benjamin

Originally from Grand Rapids, “Beer City USA” Michigan I have spent most of my adult life in Michigan: receiving my BS at Grand Valley State University while also working at a small animal clinic for about 6 years, before attending Michigan State University to earn my DVM. My interest in anatomic pathology developed early on in my DVM training and I spent numerous clinical rotations exposing myself to pathology as well as collaborating on small research projects and manuscripts. My research projects have included development of new processing techniques for evaluation of scleractinian (hard) corals histologically, and use of MALDI-tof as a potential prognostic tool in dogs with diffuse large B cell lymphoma. After being accepted to the combined anatomic pathology residency/PhD program at Colorado State my wife Abby, our new son Grayson, and I made the journey west. We are excited to start our new lives in Colorado and to take advantage of the hiking and camping it has to offer.

Education

B.S. Biology, Grand Valley State University, 2009Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine, Michigan State University, 2016

                
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