John F Roberts

John F Roberts

Clinical Associate Professor

Department: Department of Comparative, Diagnostic & Population Medicine
Business Phone: (334) 707-6360
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Lecturer in Anatomic Pathology
2018-2019 · Department of Pathobiology, Auburn University
Avian Diagnostic Specialist
2013-2018 · Alabama Dept. of Agriculture and Industries, Thompson Bishop Sparks State Diagnostic Laboratory
Associate Veterinary Pathologist
2012-2013 · Smithsonian Institution, National Zoological Park
Mammalian/General Diagnostic Pathologist
2008-2012 · Alabama Dept. of Agriculture and Industries, Thompson Bishop Sparks State Diagnostic Laboratory
Clinical Assistant Professor, Dept. of Infectious Disease and Pathology
2004-2008 · College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida
Postdoctoral Fellowship in Veterinary Pathology, Necropsy, and Histopathology
1999-2003 · College of Agriculture, University of Kentucky

Research Profile

— Diagnostic Anatomic Pathology

— Reproductive Pathology, Ovarian Follicular Dysplasia in Beef Cattle

— Commercial and Backyard Poultry Diseases

— Reptile Reproductive Diseases


2005 · American College of Veterinary Pathologists (Anatomic)
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine
1994 · Auburn University
Bachelor of Science in Animal Dairy Science
1986 · Auburn University

Contact Details

(334) 707-6360

University of Florida


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