Anatomic Pathology

The Section of Anatomic Pathology provides comprehensive diagnostic services including post mortem examinations, biopsy evaluation, and diagnostic immunohistochemistry.


The Bacteriology Laboratory of the Animal Health Diagnostic Center provides high quality, detailed, and complete diagnostic bacteriology testing service to veterinary clients.

Clinical Pathology

The Clinical Pathology Laboratory is staffed by four clinical pathologists, all of whom are board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists.

Comparative Coagulation

The Comparative Coagulation Laboratory provides veterinarians and biomedical researchers comprehensive testing and consultation services for the diagnosis and characterization of blood coagulation disorders in animals.


The Endocrinology Laboratory provides accurate, reliable, and equitably priced testing for many hormones and vitamins in a broad array of species.

Molecular Diagnostics

The Molecular Diagnostic Laboratory offers tests for a wide variety of infectious disease agents and several genetic assays.


The Parasitology Laboratory of the Animal Health Diagnostic Center is a full-service parasite diagnostic laboratory capable of diagnosing infections in domestic and wild animals.

Serology & Immunology

The Serology/Immunology Laboratory of the Animal Health Diagnostic Center develops and uses fully validated serological assays to detect antibodies or antigens as indicators for infectious diseases in production animals, companion animals, and zoo species.


The Toxicology Laboratory of the strives to be the most competent and responsive toxicology laboratory in the country by providing complete analytical toxicology services.


The Virology Laboratory of the Animal Health Diagnostic Center complements the comprehensive services by other units of the diagnostic center by providing excellent diagnostic testing as well as consultative services in the area of veterinary virology.

Wildlife Health

The Cornell Wildlife Health Lab promotes the health and long-term viability of wildlife populations through the integration of wildlife ecology and veterinary medicine.