hospital3.jpg (copy)

John T. Hathcock, DVM, MS, Diplomate ACVR

Current Position: Professor and Chief, Section of Radiology, Department of Clinical Sciences, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University

Board Certification:  American College of Veterinary Radiology
American College of Veterinary

Radiology Activity:  Residency Standards and Evaluation Committee 1999-2003, Chair 2003.  Past President - 1997-1998. President 1996-1997.  President Elect-1995-1996.  Executive Council - 1994-1996.

Education:  DVM, Auburn University 1976, MS in Radiology, Auburn University 1983

Teaching Awards:  Carl Norden-Pifzer Distinguished Teacher Award-2005.  Student Government Association Outstanding Faculty Award - 1998


Research Interests

Cardiac MRI, Juvenile Bone Disease, Digital Imaging.

Selected Publications

Hathcock JT, Newton JC.  Computed tomographic characteristics of multiloblular tumor of bone involving the cranium in 7 dogs and zygomatic arch in 2 dogs. Vet Rad & US, 2000;41:214-217.

Hathcock JT.  Low field magnetic resonance imaging characteristics of cranial vault meningiomas in 13 dogs.  Vet Rad & US, 1996;37:257-263

Hathcock JT, Pugh DG, Cartee RE, Hammond L.  Computed tomography of the llama head: technique and normal anatomy.  Vet Rad & US, 1995;36:290-296.

Hathcock JT: Vacuum Phenomenon of the canine spine.  CT findings in 3 patients.  Vet Rad & US, 1994;35:285-289
Hathcock JT, Stickle RL: Principles and concepts of computed tomographic images.  Vet Clin of north Am: Sm An Prac, 1993;23:399-415.

Stickle RL, Hathcock JT. Interpretation of computed tomographic images.  Vet Clin of North Am: Sm An Prac, 1993;23:417-435.

Auburn University | College of Veterinary Medicine | Auburn, Alabama 36849 | (334) 844-4546
Webmaster | Website Feedback | Privacy | Copyright ©