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Advancing the health and well-being of animals and people


Epidemiology Researchers

Research at the College of Veterinary Medicine meets the clinical and research demands of human and animal health. Consistently ranked among the top veterinary colleges in the country, the College leads in scientific discovery. Faculty expertise focuses on the interface between scientific research and clinical practice as well as a commitment to animal and human health.

Faculty Index Faculty D-L Faculty M-R Faculty S-Z

Faculty
Area of Interest
Molecular pathogenesis of the infectious bronchitis virus; Ecology and conservation of disease in birds and wildlife

Bunting VMD
Elizabeth Bunting

Disease prevention, surveillance, and control programs; Wildlife and Zoo Medicine
Descriptive epidemiology, risk-factor analysis, study design and analysis
Epidemiological and mathematical modeling, genetic analysis and economic methods

Mittel DVM
Linda Mittel

Disease prevention, surveillance, and control programs; Equine Medicine
Diseases of multiple species, defining epidemiology and risk factors for diseases
Quality milk production services
Production animal agriculture and public health at the population level
Identifying strategies for reducing unnecessary pet euthanasia and improving pet welfare using epidemiologic approaches
Epidemiological, statistical and mathematical methods to animal disease involving well managed dairy herds
Application of molecular evolutionary biology principles and techniques within groups of bacterial pathogens
Disease prevention, surveillance, and control programs; Ruminant and Equine Medicine
Disease prevention, surveillance, and control programs; Ruminant Medicine
Salmonella infections and antimicrobial resistance of enteric bacterial in dairy cattle
Epidemiological, statistical and mathematical methods to animal disease involving well managed dairy herds