Dr. Monette is a Comparative Pathologist and the Head of Anatomic Pathology for the Laboratory of Comparative Pathology and the Genetically Modified Animal Phenotyping Service. He holds faculty appointments as a Laboratory Member in Sloan Kettering Institute’s Cancer Biology and Genetics Program, and as an Assistant Professor of Comparative Pathology at Weill Cornell Medicine. He received his veterinary degree from the Université de Montréal and completed a residency program and master’s degree in veterinary anatomic pathology at the University of Saskatchewan. He has been a diplomate of the American College of Veterinary Pathologists since 2003. Prior to joining the Laboratory of Comparative Pathology in 2008 Dr. Monette worked as a pathologist at The Animal Medical Center in New York. His research interests have included the analysis of pathological phenotypes of new genetically engineered animal models, the radiologic-pathologic correlation of novel minimally invasive tumor ablation modalities, and the discovery and characterization of naturally occurring pathogens in research animals, with a focus on Mouse Kidney Parvovirus.