Jeffrey C. Wolf received his D.V.M. degree from Michigan State University. Following ten years of clinical practice, he received pathology residency and graduate study training at the University of Florida and Virginia Tech.  In 1997, he earned certification by the American College of Veterinary Pathologists in anatomical pathology.  Currently, he is the Chief Scientific Officer for Experimental Pathology Laboratories (EPL®), Inc. and the Manager of Pathology at the EPL’s Virginia facility.  Jeff’s primary area of expertise is the toxicologic pathology of aquatic animals.  His principal focus involves reproductive and thyroid endocrine disruption studies that utilize various fish, frog, and bird species, including native and laboratory specimens.  He also serves as the study pathologist for target animal safety studies, environmental toxicity investigations, carcinogenesis bioassays, and primary research involving infectious diseases, ototoxicity, and metals toxicity.  Jeff also spearheads the design and supervision of EPL’s projects involving image analysis and stereology.  Presently, he is a Courtesy Assistant Professor at the University of Florida, chair of the Society of Toxicologic Pathology’s fish INHAND Group, a co-editor of the Journal of Aquatic Animal Health, and a member of the editorial boards of Toxicologic Pathology and the Journal of Toxicologic Pathology.  He regularly teaches various courses and workshops domestically and overseas, including CL Davis Pathology of Laboratory Animals, Aquavet II, and the Short Course in Fish Toxicologic Pathology. Jeff has broad experience in the industry and is an internationally recognized fish toxicologic pathology expert. He has authored or co-authored more than 90 peer-reviewed publications, book chapters, and regulatory guidance documents.

Expertise and Interests
  • Aquatic Animal Pathology
  • Endocrine Disruption
  • Ecotoxicology
  • Toxicologic Pathology
  • Image Analysis and Stereology
  • Reliability of Histopathology Data
  • Pathology Peer Review
  • Pathology Working Groups 

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