We are here to supply options to busy laboratories by providing relief work, either in the form of reading glass or digital slide overages or by providing locum necropsy services. We also have a specialty service for local Long Island Veterinary Practices, to provide necropsy/autopsy services to help owners find closure and understand the cause of illness in their beloved pets. If your veterinarian is not currently participating, ask if they would be willing to work with Newman Specialty VetPath.
Long Island Clients: For veterinary clinics that are already clients, the process is easy. For those who are not, just contact us. In-hospital necropsy examinations for dogs, cats and small exotic species, can usually occur within 24 hours. Preliminary findings and histology can be performed, with other diagnostic tests as needed. Turn around on results is guaranteed at less than a month. Local crematoriums and pet cemeteries work with us.
Nation-wide Lab Clients: Contact us with your needs, whether reading slides (glass or digital) or providing necropsy locum coverage. Please submit a message with service needed, dates required, and contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once we check availability we will get back to you within 48 hours.
Dr. Newman has expertise culminating from 24 years as a board certified veterinary pathologist, having taught veterinary students and pathology residents for 15 years of those years. She has written over 85 publications, and several book chapters on "all things pathology". She has worked on virtually all species of animals, and in many settings. She is best known for her work on pancreatic disease in dogs, cancers of dogs and cats, immunohistochemical characterization of pet animal tumors, and a number of new disease entities in zoo animals.
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"Dr. Newman has brought a unique perspective and level of expertise to our marine mammal and sea turtle field necropsies. She has demonstrated a strong commitment to learning about marine species while applying the knowledge and skills she has acquired through her extensive experience as a veterinary pathologist."
- Jenn Lopez,
Field Biologist & Volunteer Coordinator, Atlantic Marine Conservation Society
"Thanks for your comprehensive biopsy reports."
Anonymous Veterinarian, Upstate NY
"We absolutely love your reports! So great getting to work with you."
Dr. Rachael Currao, NEVCCC, Windsor, CT
"Dr. Newman worked with our company to support both histopathology review of client samples and research projects for new diagnostic technology development. Her professional integrity and peer-recognized expertise made her an ideal partner in our endeavors.
Dr. Matthew Powell, former COO of New River VDL
"I have worked with Dr. Newman for almost 20 years for many research projects involving histopathology that have led to several landmark publications"
Dr, Jorg Steiner, Director, GI Lab at Texas A&M