Brian Stevens, D.V.Sc, D.V.M.

Brian Stevens, D.V.Sc, D.V.M.

Clinical Assistant Professor

Educational Background:

DVSc, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, 2014
DVM, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, 2007
BSc, University of Guelph, 2004

Courses Taught:

Grand Rounds (BMS 712)

General Area of Interest and/or Specialty:

Diagnostic pathology, comparative oncology, comparative pathology

Description of Current Research and/or Professional Activities:

The majority of my workload is as a diagnostic pathologist at the NHVDL, where I mainly work on biopsy and necropsy submissions from domesticated species (companion and farm animals), exotic species, and wildlife and zoo species.  My main research interest during my DVSc degree was investigating canine mammary carcinomas and comparing them to human immunohistochemical subtypes of breast carcinoma to better prognosticate them.  I actively collaborate with investigators at the Ontario Veterinary College in Guelph, Ontario in regards to researching animal models of neoplastic diseases (in particular mammary carcinoma, osteosarcoma, and prostatic carcinoma).  My interests are the same as my job description and previous experiences and include domesticated species diagnostic pathology, comparative oncology, and comparative pathology.


Nazarali A, Singh A, Chalmers H, Stevens B, Plattner BL. Chronic Liver Lobe Torsion in a Cat. J Am Anim Hosp Assoc. 2014;50:119-123.

Montinaro V, Boston SE, Stevens B. Renal Nephroblastomas in a 3-month-old Golden Retriever. Can Vet J. 2013;54:683-686.

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