Diana Stone

Diana Stone, PhD, Dipl.ACVPM, MPH


Dr. Diana Stone is a Professor in the Pathobiology Department where she teaches the courses in veterinary immunology and veterinary public health. Her research interests focus on infectious diseases and, in particular, on seroprevalence of zoonotic agents. Dr. Stone’s current research projects include studies on vector-borne diseases in dogs, and zoonotic viruses in bats in Grenada.

Prior to pursuing a career in veterinary medicine, Dr. Stone was a US Peace Corps Volunteer in Thailand. She holds a PhD and BS in Zoology from Washington State University, DVM and MPH from the University of California, and is a Diplomate in the American College of Veterinary Preventive Medicine.