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My research efforts are currently largely collaborative. I am involved in wide array projects related to clinicopathologic findings in many disease states as well as increasing the sensitivity of diagnostic modalities for differentiation of disease. I have a strong interest in molecular cancer biology and expanding the diagnostic tests available for cancer detection and distinction (e.g. immunocytochemistry and flow cytometry). I am also dedicated to student teaching, particularly in the areas of clinical chemistry, including acid base physiology, and cytology, subjects which are particularly challenging to students. I work closely with students groups, e.g. the pathology club, in order to generate interest in these subjects and to develop better teaching strategies in order to aid their ultimate grasp of these concepts.
Couch C, Movius M, Jolles A, Gorman E, Rigas J, Beechler B. Serum biochemistry panels in African buffalo (Syncerus caffer): defining reference intervals and assessing variability across season, age and sex. PlosONE; 2017 in Press
Funes S, Gordon J, Gorman E, Ruaux C. Clinical validation of a bench-top chemistry analyzer for measurement of ammonium concentrations in canine whole blood. J Am Vet Med Assoc. 2017; In press
Milovancev M, Townsend KL, Gorman E, Bracha S, Curran K, Russell DS. Shaved margin histopathology and imprint cytology for assessment of excision in canine mast cell tumors and soft tissue sarcomas. Vet Surgery (EPub). 2017.
Semevolos S, Youngblood C, Grissom S, Gorman E, Larson M. Evaluation of two platelet rich plasma processing methods and two activation techniques in llamas and alpacas. Am J Vet Res 2016; 77(11):1288-94.
Granum L, Gorman E, Ruaux C, Vernau W. Biphenotypic B-cell lymphoma in two cats. Vet Clin Pathol 2015; 44(2):320-5.