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DVM Tatjana Lazić


Dr. Lazić obtained a veterinary degree at theFaculty of Veterinary Medicine, University of Belgrade in 2000. After basic veterinary education, she obtained a master’s degree in veterinary anesthesiology (2002), and in 2009 she obtained a doctorate, scientific field – veterinary pathology. In the same year she completed her specialist program from Veterinary Pathology at Iowa State University (ISU) . Dr. Lazić was an assistant professor at the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences at ISU (2009 – 2011).

Dr. Lazić has participated in several large federal scientific studies that have dealt with the mechanisms of brain and eye diseases. He is the author of 16 scientific papers in the field of veterinary pathology with an emphasis on the pathology of the eye, brain, and respiratory system. She has given numerous international lectures on various topics in pathology and is an active international lecturer for courses in veterinary pathology with the aim of continuing the education of veterinary pathologists.

See more about Dr. Lazic at ResearchGate.

Dr. Lazić currently serves as an advisor for the pathology of veterinary pathology diagnostic laboratories in Europe, Asia, and the United States. She is the chief ophthalmologist at the Animal Eye Consultants of Iowa Clinic, and at the same time with Dr. Grozdanic, a veterinary certified ophthalmologist, she provides a dual opinion service in ophthalmic pathology in which each ophthalmic sample is evaluated simultaneously by a pathologist and an ophthalmologist.

Dr. Lazić is a pathologist-consultant of the specialist veterinary ophthalmological clinic Oculus.

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