Christopher J Lanier

Christopher J Lanier

Clinical Asst. Professor, Clinical Pathology

Department: Department of Comparative, Diagnostic & Population Medicine
Business Phone: (352) 294-4249
Business Email:

About Christopher J Lanier

I provide timely diagnostic service support to a high-volume veterinary teaching hospital and referring veterinarians, deliver didactic and practical instruction that intersects with all four years of the veterinary professional curriculum, and mentor three veterinary clinical pathology residents, house officers, and visiting trainees.


Student Scholarship Award (representing Auburn University)
2017 · C.L. Davis Foundation for the Advancement of Veterinary and Comparative Pathology
Class of 1996 "Young Achiever" Award
2006 · Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine (CVM)
Inductee, Phi Zeta (Honor Society of Veterinary Medicine)
1996 · Epsilon Chapter, Auburn University CVM

Board Certifications

  • Veterinary Clinical Pathology
    American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP)
  • Veterinary Preventive Medicine
    American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine (ACVPM)



MS, Biomedical Sciences
2018 · Auburn University
MPH, Tropical Disease Biology
2002 · University of South Florida
1996 · Auburn University
BS, Microbiology
1988 · University of Florida

Contact Details

(352) 294-4249

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