Dr. Katelyn Marlowe was born and raised in Knoxville, Tennessee. She received her bachelor's degree from Maryville College and her veterinary degree from the University of Tennessee. After vet school, she completed a small animal rotating internship here at VCA Alameda East. Dr. Marlowe then pursued a 3-year medical oncology residency at the University of Wisconsin and achieved her board certification in 2019. She recently practiced in northern California before making her way back to Colorado.
Dr. Marlowe's special interests include histiocytic sarcoma, lymphoma, and palliative care for cancer patients. She believes in the importance of the doctor-client relationship and maintaining a good quality of life for all her patients. Her study on pulmonary histiocytic sarcoma in dogs has been published in the Veterinary and Comparative Oncology journal.
In her free time, Dr. Marlowe enjoys spending time with her husband, their four dogs (Murdock, Tuna, Ted, and Loki) and one cat (Minerva, who runs the house).
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