Rose E. Raskin DVM, PhD, DACVP (clinical pathology), MRCVS
Professor Emerita, Purdue University
Dr. Raskin received her DVM from Purdue University (1976) and following graduation spent 6 years as a small animal practitioner with the next 36 years in academia. She received her PhD in pathology from Michigan State University and focused her research on hematolymphatic neoplasms. As an educator, Dr. Raskin taught clinical pathology at Michigan State University, University of Florida, and Purdue University. As a Professor Emerita she continues to provide locum assistance to private laboratories and veterinary institutions around the world since her retirement from Purdue University in 2014 including the Royal Veterinary College (UK), The Ohio State University, Kansas State University, North Carolina State University, University of Bristol (UK), and TDDS (Exeter, UK). She is also a frequent speaker including international meetings in England, South Africa, Italy, Russia, Taiwan, Korea, Japan, and Malaysia. She has written over 60 peer-reviewed publications, 35 textbook chapters, and delivered over 90 international presentations.
Dr. Raskin served as President of the American Society for Veterinary Clinical Pathology and received from this society their Lifetime Achievement Award in 2016. Dr. Raskin is co-editor of Canine and Feline Cytology. A Color Atlas and Interpretation, now in its third edition and is also a journal section editor for Veterinary Clinical Pathology.