Dr. Matti Kiupel

Dr. Matti Kiupel

Dr. Matti Kiupel

Anatomic Pathologist

Dr. Matti Kiupel, BS, MS, PhD, DACVP

Dr. Matti Kiupel is a board certified veterinary anatomic pathologist with extensive experience in tumor and molecular pathology. He is a Professor at Michigan State University and overseas the histology and immunohistochemistry laboratory of the veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory at Michigan State University.

Dr. Kiupel is an internationally renowned speaker and has won numerous lecturer awards. He has published more than 300 peer-reviewed papers and numerous book chapters in veterinary and comparative pathology, specifically tumor pathology, including the chapter on hematopoietic pathology in the last edition of “Jubb, Kennedy and Palmer’s Pathology of Domestic Animals” and the chapters on mast cell tumors and tumors of the alimentary tract in “Meuten’s Tumors of Domestic Animals”. He is the editor of the “Surgical Pathology of Tumors in Domestic Animals” (former WHO fascicles) series.

He serves on the advisory board of the Animal Cancer Foundation and is a board member of the Davis Thompson Foundation. Dr. Kiupel has a strong interest in the training of graduate students and has served in the last 15 years on more than 30 PhD and MS graduate student committees, on 11 of these as chair and primary mentor. Furthermore, he has been an advisor to many residents in anatomic pathology. Dr. Kiupel has received many honors and awards including the Ernst Reuter Award from the Freie University Berlin, multiple Samuel W. Thompson Distinguished Lecturer Awards, the Barbara Jean Thompson Service Award, the Robert L. Farrell Award for sustained lectureship excellence, the Research Achievement Award of the American Ferret Association, the AAVLD distinguished service award and the Special Recognition Award for Promoting International Understanding from MSU.

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