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Personnel

Marcy Jan Souza
Assistant Professor
Veterinary Public Health

Debra Lee Miller
Professor
Veterinary pathology

Rebecca Tiffany (Becky) Trout Fryxell
Assistant Professor
Medical and Veterinary Entomology

Groups and Facilities


5 mentions

Ag & Food Security 
Training industry and government to prevent terrorist acts targeting the ag and food sector.


 

Video


5 mentions

Vet Equine Center 
Tennessee has more than 40,000 horse farms. Keeping these beautiful animals healthy is a goal for veterinarians and horse owners. UT’s college of Veterinary Medicine has a new facility to help.



1 mention

Parasites 
It’s a common site on Tennessee farmland – a grazing herd of goats or sheep. But for small animal farmers, their herds can sometimes face health risks.


 

Recent Publications

Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult: Ruminant. 'Mastitis Equipment'.  Prado, M. E.  2016.  Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult: Ruminant..

Veterinary Feed Directives: An overview of the upcoming federal regulatory changes for medicated feeds.  Smith, J.  2016.  Tennessee Cattle Business Magazine, January.

It isn't too early to begin planning for the new year: Answers to some common questions on veterinary feed directives.  Smith, J.  2016.  Tennessee Cattle Business Magazine and Drovers CattleNetwork, September.

Federal Drug Administration Veterinary Feed Directive for Producers.  Strickland, L. G.  2016.  Tennessee Cattleman's Magazine.

Update on The Veterinary Feed Directive.  Strickland, L. G.  2016.  Tennessee Cattleman's Magazine.

Veterinary Feed Directives: What beef cattle producers need to know about the upcoming federal regulatory changes for medicated feeds Smith, J., and L. G. Strickland.  2015.  Extension PB 1837.

Sorption and transport of veterinary pharmaceuticals in soil – a laboratory study.  Lee, J., Y. Seo, and M. E. Essington.  2014.  Soil Science Society of America Journal, 78:1531-1543.

Synoptic list of the Tabanidae (Diptera) of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park Haddow, A.D., D. J. Paulsen, and J. K. Moulton.  2012.  Proceedings of the Entomological Society of Washington.

Applications of bacteriophages for the control of veterinary pathogens.  Prado, M. E., D. Ghosh, and S. A. Ripp.  2012.  Bacterial Pathogens: Virulence Mechanisms, Diagnosis and Management, Ed. NOVA Publishers.

Nuclear Fingerprinting: establishing identification methods for pest species in the Simulium jenningsi species group (Diptera: Simuliidae).  Senatore, G. L., and J. K. Moulton.  2012.  Joint Meeting of the Southeastern and Southwestern Branches of the Entomological Society of America., March 4-7, Little Rock, AR.

Impact of antibiotic use in adult dairy cows on antimicrobial resistance of veterinary and human pathogens: A comprehensive review.  Oliver, S. P., S. E. Murinda, and B. M. Jayarao.  2011.  Foodborne Pathogens and Disease 8(3):337-355.

Vulvar pythiosis in two captive camels (Camelus dromedarius) R. Videla, S. R. Van Amstel, S. H.O'Neil, S. Newman, R. Vilela, and L. Mendoza.  2011.  Medical Mycology.