MiVU Support Team
We are so fortunate to have a great support system. Our team includes experienced and respected professionals that contribute to our goal of providing the highest level of service to our veterinary partners.
Marty Henderson DVM
Founder of SonoVet, Inc., has been performing over 1300 ultrasounds/year for over 10 years. SonoVet is a mobile veterinary ultrasound service that works with over 90 hospitals in the San Antonio/Austin, TX area. He regularly serves as an instructor for Sound-Eklin Academy of Veterinary Imaging.
Claudia Barton DVM, ACVIM (Internal Medicine, Oncology)
Dr. Claudia L. Barton is a Professor in the Department of Small Animal Medicine and Surgery at Texas A&M University. She attended the University of Missouri for her undergraduate and veterinary education. After two years of private practice in Cincinnati, Ohio, she continued on to Texas A&M University in the Department of Veterinary Pathology to do a clinical pathology residency. She then taught at the University of Missouri College of Veterinary Medicine in the Veterinary Teaching Hospital for several years, in small animal oncology/internal medicine, and returned to Texas A&M University in 1979 as a staff oncologist. She is a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine in the specialties of Oncology and Internal Medicine and currently is the Medicine Residency Director. Dr. Barton's major interest and expertise is in diagnostic cytology of tumors in animals.
Casey J. LeBlanc, DVM, PhD, Diplomate, ACVP (Clinical Pathology)
Dr. LeBlanc is a clinical pathologist for and is CEO of KDL VetPath. His areas of special interest include diagnostic cytopathology and hematopathology. He received his veterinary degree from Louisiana State University in 1996, and then completed a rotating internship in small animal medicine and surgery at The Animal Medical Center. After his internship, he returned to LSU for his clinical pathology residency and PhD training, completed in 2003. After working for Antech Diagnostics from 2003-2004, he joined the faculty at the University of Tennessee. During his almost 10 years at UT, Dr. LeBlanc was promoted to Associate Professor with tenure, was actively involved in teaching veterinary students and training residents in clinical pathology, and was recognized with multiple teaching awards. As of June 2014, Dr. LeBlanc and his family live in Bethesda, MD and he reads KDL VetPath cytologies from a veterinary referral hospital in northern Virginia (The Regional Veterinary Referral Center).