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Julie A. Hutt DVM, PhD, DACVP

Julie Hutt is a native of Columbus, Ohio.  She earned BS and MS degrees in chemistry from The Ohio State University and worked as a chemist for Adria Laboratories in Dublin, Ohio prior to attending veterinary school. She earned her DVM degree in 1993 and subsequently completed a combined residency program in anatomic pathology and PhD in veterinary biosciences in 2002 at The Ohio State University.  She has been a member of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists since 2001. In 2002, she joined the Lovelace Respiratory Research Institute in Albuquerque, NM as a veterinary pathologist, where she helped develop animal models of biological select agents and toxins and provided pathology support for studies designed to test therapeutic and prophylactic agents for efficacy under the Animal Rule.  While at LRRI, she served as study pathologist on a wide-range of GLP and non-GLP safety toxicology studies, with an emphasis on inhalational toxicology and gene therapy studies. She has collaborated on basic research studies examining the molecular mechanisms of lung and breast carcinogenesis, and provided pathology support for investigative studies examining the efficacy and safety of early stage chemoprophylactic and therapeutic agents.  She has pathology experience with multiple laboratory animal species including mice, rats, cotton rats, rabbits, dogs, ferrets, minipigs and primates.  In 2017, she joined Vet Path Services, Inc., which provides independent GLP-compliant contract histopathology services to pharmaceutical, animal health, medical device, and chemical companies.

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