Gregory W. Lawson DVM, PhD, DACLAM

Executive Associate Director, Division of Laboratory Animal Medicine

Tools and Techniques: necropsy room, microdissection microscope, 3 headed microscope with digital camera, gross specimen photography, surgical suite



Interests: Anatomic Pathology, Comparative Pathology, Clinical Medicine

Personal Statement:
I owned and was the primary clinician in a small animal hospital for 10 years prior to my residency in anatomic pathology. During my residency, I also completed a PhD in Comparative Medicine studying injury/repair mechanisms in the pulmonary airways. While at UCLA I obtained my boards in the college of Laboratory Animal Medicine. I currently collaborate with investigators in many areas of study where animals are used as models of human/animal disease and remain involved in clinical medicine involving the many animal species maintained here at UCLA.