FVP Consultants, Inc. a private pathology consortium, was founded in 2003 as a Florida state minority owned business. If your clinical, GLP, or non-GLP research project requires standard light microscopy, interpretation of immunohistochemistry, immunocytochemistry, electron microscopy, or other specialized pathologic analysis, we can offer you cost-effective service with a rapid turn around time.
Anita R. Kiehl DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVP
Dr. Kiehl graduated from the University of Florida School of Veterinary Medicine in 1980 and entered a mixed private practice. Upon acceptance into the Clinical Pathology Residency Program at Colorado State University, she moved to Colorado, completed the residency training while obtaining a Masters Degree in Pathology and entered the world of commercial diagnostic pathology as a pathologist for Colorado Vet Lab. Returning to Florida, she completed her board certification while serving as the chief veterinary pathologist at Doctors and Physicians' Lab, which then merged with SmithKline Beecham Clinical Labs. Her division was acquired by Antech Labs and she was employed as a clinical pathologist for Antech prior to her departure to co-found Florida Vet Path, Inc. in 1998 and FVP Consultants, Inc. in 2003 with Dr. Maron Calderwood Mays. She continues to serve as a consulting pathologist for several commercial laboratories including Antech and NationalBiovet Lab. She also holds a GLP seminar certificate of completion.
Maron B. Calderwood Mays, VMD, PhD, Diplomate ACVP
Maron B. Calderwood Mays, VMD, PhD, Diplomate ACVP, is a veterinary pathologist practicing at Florida Vet Path, Inc., Bushnell and Gainesville, FL, in partnership with Anita R. Kiehl, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVP. She is also a consultant veterinary pathologist for Marshfield Laboratories, Marshfield, WI, has provided anatomic pathology services for other laboratories, and has a courtesy appointment in the Department of Small Animal Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Florida. She has 27 years’ experience in general diagnostic veterinary pathology and has been in the private practice of veterinary pathology since 1992. Prior to that she was a professor in the Department of Comparative and Experimental Pathology, University of Florida College of Veterinary Medicine, where she served as Chief of Surgical Pathology and Coordinator of the Residency Program in Anatomic Pathology. Dr. Calderwood Mays has been a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists since 1982. Her major professional interests are in surgical pathology, dermatopathology, oncology, and the development of new and practical diagnostic techniques. She served as secretary of her local VMA for many years, has held several other offices in that organization, and participates in numerous other professional organizations including the American Academy of Veterinary Dermatology. Other professional activities have included coordinator of the 15 Specialty Groups of the ACVP for several years, and Associate Editor of the journal Veterinary Pathology. She is author or co-author of over 70 journal articles and book chapters.
J. Roger Easley, DVM, MS
Dr. Easley received his D.V.M. from Auburn University in 1968. After 3 years as a Veterinary Officer in the Air Force and two years in small animal practice, he entered a pathology graduate program at the University of Missouri, earning a M.S. in 1975. He began his career as a pathologist with the KY Department of Agriculture diagnostic laboratory in Hopkinsville, KY, and subsequently was an assistant professor at the University of Tennessee, associate professor at North Carolina State University, and retired as a professor and department head at Mississippi State University. He has worked as a contract pathologist for Idexx Laboratories, published several journal articles, and given numerous presentations at state, regional, and national meetings. He has been an adjunct part-time professor at the University of Florida since 2004. He was certified in veterinary pathology by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists in 1977, and in veterinary clinical pathology in 1981. He served on the examination committee for the American College of Veterinary pathologists for several years, chairing the committee in 1988. His primary professional interests are mammalian cytology, hematology, and surgical pathology.
Marjorie J. Williams, DVM, MS, DACVP