Foundation Self Defense (Co-course director) Musculoskeletal Vital Circuitry
Office hours by appointment.
Dr. Dial received her DVM from Colorado State University in 1982. She began her career practicing in a small rural community before returning to CSU for a residency in clinical pathology, a PhD in pathology studying the treatment of ethylene glycol toxicity in dogs and cats, and a post-doctoral study of bone marrow transplantation for mucopolysaccharidosis VI in cats. Dr. Dial has been a diagnostic pathologist for the last 25 years and has enjoyed working with veterinarians across the nation in the diagnosis of disease with a particular interest in oncologic pathology and infectious disease.
Instructor in Clinical Pathology Louisiana State University, University of Wisconsin-Madison,
Assistant Professor, Dept of Pathology Southwest Veterinary Diagnostics
Staff Pathologist Animal Diagnostic Laboratory
Laboratory Director ANTECH Diagnostics
Staff Pathologist University of Arizona
Research Scientist, Laboratory Director, Arizona Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
- American College of Veterinary Pathology
- American Society of Veterinary Clinical Pathology
- European Society of Veterinary Clinical Pathology
- Southern Arizona Veterinary Medical Association
Student Club Involvement
- Student Chapter of American College of Veterinary Pathology