Christina Ramirez

Nationwide Histology

On your team

Christina joined our team in 2014. She is an ACVP board certified pathologist and provides exceptional service. Her primary focus is diagnostic pathology but she also provides excellent imaging and images editing for our research clients to use for publication.

Currently, Christina is using her more than 13 years in the industry focusing on canine genetic disorders.

Christina received her DVM from Washington State University in 2010 and then continued on to complete her residency at the College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Missouri, Columbia, MO.

Christina is able to perform necropsy services for local clientele in the Spokane Valley location and having her on our team is a real benefit to all of our clients. She truly enjoys anatomic pathology and her reports are top notch.


Ramirez, CJ, TE Evans, DY Kim. 2013. Copper toxicosis in New Zealand white rabbits (Oryctolagus cuniculus). Veterinary Pathology 50:1135-1138.

Stuckey, JA, CJ Ramirez, LM Berent, K Kuroki. 2012. Ethylene Glycol Toxicosis in a Cat. Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association 241:1301-1303.

Ramirez, CJ, JD Minch, JM Gay, SM Lahmers, DJ Guerra, GJ Haldorson, T Schneider, KL Mealey. 2011. Molecular genetic basis for fluoroquinolone-induced retinal degeneration in cats. Pharmocogenetics and Genomics. 21:66-75.

Hitte C, J Madeoy, EF Kirkness, C Priat., TD Lorentzen, F Senger, D Thomas, T Derrien, C Ramirez, C Scott, G Evanno, B Pullar, E Cadieu, V Oza, K Lourgant , DB Jaffe, D Tacher, S Dreano, N Berkova, C Andre, P Deloukas, C Fraser, K Lindblad-Toh, EA Ostrander, F Galibert. 2005. Facilitating genome navigation: survey sequencing and dense radiation-hybrid gene mapping. Nature Reviews. Genetics 6:643-648.

Ramirez, CJ, MA Fleming, GK Ostrander, JD Potter, EA Ostrander. 2004. Marsupial BRCA1: conserved regions in mammals and the potential effect of missense changes. Oncogene 23:1780-1788.

Fleming, MA, JD Potter, CJ Ramirez, GK Ostrander, EA Ostrander. 2003. Understanding missensemutations in the BRCA1 gene: An evolutionary approach. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science 100:1151-1156.

Diagnostic Pathologist

Dr. Christina Ramirez