L. Tiffany Lyle, DVM, PhD, DACVP

L. Tiffany Lyle

Assistant Professor of Veterinary Anatomic Pathology
Director, Histology Research Laboratory

Phone: 765-494-0005
Email: tiffanylyle@purdue.edu
Twitter: @tiffanylyledvm

Dr. Lyle's Courses

About Dr. Tiffany Lyle

Dr. L. Tiffany Lyle is an Assistant Professor of Anatomic Pathology in the Department of Comparative Pathobiology at Purdue University College of Veterinary Medicine. She received her DVM from the University of Georgia in 2008, completed a residency in Anatomic Pathology at Purdue University in 2011, and became a Diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists in 2012. Dr. Lyle received her PhD from Purdue University in 2016 after completing a research fellowship with the Comparative Biomedical Scientists Training Program, a graduate partnership program between Purdue University and the National Cancer Institute. During the fellowship, she conducted her graduate research at the NCI, Bethesda, MD, with a focus on alterations of the blood-brain barrier in brain metastases of breast cancer. At Purdue University, Dr. Lyle established the Comparative Blood-Brain Barrier Laboratory (CBBBL). The CBBBL currently uses experimental and molecular pathology to elucidate the phenotype of the blood-brain barrier in experimental models of brain metastases of lung cancer and traumatic brain injury. In addition to conducting her primary research, Dr. Lyle is also the director of the Histology Research Laboratory, a division of the Center of Comparative and Translational Research at Purdue. This core laboratory provides experimental pathology support to investigators from a variety of disciplines. Most recently, Dr. Lyle established an anatomic pathology study abroad program in Tokyo, Japan for veterinary students and pathology residents at Purdue University.

Educational Background

Faculty Appointments

Dr. Lyle's Courses

Veterinary Medicine Curriculum
CPB851: General Pathology

Dr. Lyle teaches a 4-week section in the General Patholgy course for veterinary students. Her lectures are focused on the development, proliferation, and characteristics of neoplastic diseases in domestic animals. Lectures and laboratories topics include nomenclature, molecular biology, metastasis, clinical/post-mortem presentation of disease, immunohistochemistry, and gross tumor identification.

Pathology Graduate Student Curriculum
CPB691: Histopathology Seminar

Dr. Lyle is the professor of record for the Histopatholgoy seminar for pathology residents. This seminar provides a rigorous venue for pathology residents (anatomic, clinical, and avian) to present case material to their peers and receive feedback from CPB pathologists.

Veterinary Medicine and Pathology Graduate Student Curriculum
SA 80000: Intercultural Pathology Study Abroad Program (Tokyo, Japan)

Coordinator for an intercultural pathology program in Tokyo, Japan and the surrounding prefectures. This experience is open to all veterinary students and pathology graduate students in the College of Veterinary Medicine. The program immersed students in necropsy techniques, identification of gross lesions in academic, industrial, government and zoological settings.

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