Diana Stone

Diana Stone, DVM, PhD, Dipl.ACVPM, MPH

Co-Course Director, Veterinary Immunology
Professor, Department of Pathobiology


  • BS: Washington State University 1969
  • MPH: University of California Berkeley 1974
  • DVM: University of California Davis 1981
  • PhD and path residency: Washington State University 1990

Professional Expertise, Interests and Research Areas

  • Stone’s teaching experience includes Veterinary Public Health, Immunology and Pathology. Her research interests focus on infectious diseases, particularly zoonotic infections.  She is currently involved in research projects involving Mona monkeys and bats in Grenada.

Personal Background and Interests

  • Diana is from the state of Washington in the US. As a teenager she spent a year in Pakistan with her parents, as her father (a veterinarian) was helping to establish a veterinary school in Pakistan.  Diana did her sophomore year of college at the American University in Beirut, Lebanon.  After completing her BS degree at WSU, she spent two years in the Peace Corps in Thailand. After completing her DVM, Diana worked as a small animal clinician.  Diana perused specialization in pathology and immunology and has remained in academia even since.  She enjoys traveling and experiencing other cultures.