Martha Campbell-Thompson, DVM, PhD
Director, Pathology Core, Network for Pancreatic Organ Donors with Diabetes (nPOD)
Martha Campbell-Thompson, D.V.M., Ph.D, serves as the Pathology Core Principal Investigator at the University of Florida, where she earned doctorates in veterinary medicine and veterinary physiology. A board certified large animal veterinary surgeon, Dr. Campbell-Thompson moved into basic research after receiving her Ph.D. She has over 20 years experience in animal models of human disease with an emphasis on type 1 diabetes. She brings managerial experience to her role as primary administrator of the Pathology Core, providing histological and immunolocalization services to over 100 investigators at the University of Florida, in the United States, and overseas. In collaboration with Dr. Atkinson’s group, Dr. Campbell-Thompson has become the lead pathologist for all rodent and human type 1 diabetes studies.
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For more information on Dr. Campbell-Thompson’s research, please visit her website.