Cameron Knight

Associate Professor (Anatomic Pathology)

Associate Member

Veterinary Education Research Group

Associate Member

Clinical and Translational Research Group


Contact information


Office : CSB118D

Research and teaching

Research Groups

  • Cattle Health
  • Clinical and Translational Research

Research / Scholarly Activities

Dr. Knight’s primary research focuses on the recently discovered equine papillomavirus type 2 and its connection to the development of genital cancer in horses. He also collaborates with several UCVM researchers, handling the pathology aspect of their research trials.


Dr. Knight started at the UCVM in 2012. He is an assistant professor of anatomic pathology in the Department of Veterinary Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences. His clinical home is the UCVM’s Diagnostic Services Unit (DSU) where he teaches anatomic pathology to final year veterinary students. He also teaches first and second year veterinary students general and systemic pathology and is involved in several other courses, including outbreak investigation, histology and clinical presentations. He has received several teaching awards for his contribution to the veterinary curriculum.