Michael Rosser, DVM, DACVP, MS
Michael Rosser, DVM, MS, Diplomate, ACVP (Clinical Pathology) is a native of Chicago’s western suburbs. He completed his BA at Augustana College (IL) before earning his DVM degree from the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. He remained at the University of Illinois for his clinical pathology residency, completing a master’s project investigating alternative immunohistochemical markers for erythroid progenitors in canine and feline bone marrow core biopsy specimens. He is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor in Clinical Pathology with the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine, where he enjoys combining his passions for diagnostic medicine and teaching. Dr. Rosser’s professional interests include hematology, cytology, and clinical pathology of nondomestic species.
Recorded Webinar: Canine and Feline Coagulopathies: A Case-Based Approach
This webinar will provide real-life bleeding case examples including congenital defects, rodenticide toxicity, immune-mediated disease, and more.
Recorded Webinar: Cytology of Skin and Subcutaneous Lesions
Regain confidence in your diagnoses with his straightforward approach to cytology.
Recorded Webinar: Hematology of Infectious Disease
Does reviewing blood films make you uneasy? Do you question if it’s artifact or parasite? Watch this Free 1-HR webinar with Michael Rosser, DVM, DACVP, MS
Recorded Webinar: Erythrocyte Morphology in the Anemic Patient-Cinical Case Review
Do you struggle with diagnosing, treating, or managing your anemic patients? Does evaluating red blood cell morphology cause you more headaches than you think it is worth? Lean about how to utilize lab values and microscopy to better diagnose, treat, and manage your anemic patients.