Dr. Nicholas Crossland is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists. He currently serves as a T32 Post-Doctoral fellow and PhD student at Tulane National Primate Research Center in Covington, Louisiana. His research focuses on Borrelia burgdoferi and mechanisms of persistence in host tissues utilizing the non-human primate, rat, and mouse models. Nick earned a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Sciences at Kansas State University and subsequently a Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine graduating Cum Laude. Dr. Crossland also successfully completed an anatomical pathology residency at Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine in 2016. His residency exposed him to a vast and diverse case load of exotic animal species that influenced his passion for this field . He has co-authored a variety of veterinary manuscripts including the Veterinary Clinical Pathology article “Nannizziopsis guarroi infection in 2 Inland Bearded Dragons (Pogona vitticeps): clinical, cytologic, histologic, and ultrastructural aspects”.
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