Gillian Curtis Shaw, PhD
Position title: Comparative Ocular Pathology Laboratory of Wisconsin (COPLOW), School of Veterinary Medicine
BA 2001, Biology, Kalamazoo College
DVM 2007, Veterinary Medicine, Michigan State University
MS 2007, Comparative Medicine and Integrative Biology, Michigan State University
PhD 2007-2014, Cellular and Molecular Medicine & Ophthalmology, Johns Hopkins University
Post-DVM 2007-2014, Molecular and Comparative Pathobiology, Johns Hopkins University
Gillian Curtis Shaw is a veterinary pathologist in training with a strong interest in ocular pathology and comparative ocular sciences. She completed the comparative pathology training program at Johns Hopkins University and is currently finishing up her PhD in Donald Zack’s lab through the Wilmer Eye Institute at Johns Hopkins as well. With her DVM training at Michigan State University, she also earned a Master’s degree under the tutelage of Simon Petersen-Jones studying the retinopathy, globe-enlarged chicken.