Dr. Pritchett-Corning is Senior Clinical Veterinarian at the Harvard University Faculty of Arts and Sciences. She has more than 20 years’ experience in laboratory animal science and medicine, with a focus on animal-based husbandry research. Dr. Pritchett-Corning has authored more than 60 peer-reviewed publications and book chapters, including chapters in the 3rd edition of Laboratory Animal Medicine, and 5 volumes of the Charles River Handbook series. She received the AALAS Pravin Bhatt Scientific Excellence Award in 2015. Since 2002, she has held affiliate faculty positions at the University of Washington, with the most recent being Affiliate Assistant Professor in the Department of Comparative Medicine. She is a member of the Laboratory Animal Working Group of the AVMA Panel on Euthanasia and the AVMA Panel on Depopulation, as well as a member of the FELASA Working Group on Health Monitoring, and the joint AALAS/FELASA Working Group on Health Monitoring of Rodents for Animal Transfer. From 2011-14, she was a member of ACLAM’s Board of Directors. Dr. Pritchett-Corning received her B.S. and her D.V.M. from Washington State University and completed her post-doctoral training in laboratory animal medicine at the University of Washington. She became a diplomate of the American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine in 2002. Dr. Pritchett-Corning has held positions at the University of Washington, the Jackson Laboratory, and Charles River.