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    Diagnostic Medicine/ Pathobiology

    M.M. Chengappa, Head

    Professors Chengappa, Chowdhury, Dryden, Fenwick, Keeton, Kennedy, Mosier, Nagaraja, Oehme, Ridley, Robertson, Spire, Stewart, and Stockham; Associate Professors Andrews, Dritz, Ganta, Kapil, Moro, Nietfeld, Oberst, Pickrell, Rowland, Stockham, Wilkerson, and Wyatt; Assistant Professors DeBey, DeGroot, Fortney, Ganta, Narayanan, and Ragsdale; Emeriti: Professors Bailie, Cook, Dennis, Iandolo, Minocha, Moore, Phillips, Ridley, Schoning, Strafuss, and Vorhies; Associate Professors Gray, Milleret, and Seedle; Adjunct Faculty Briggs, Franz, Hansen, Hennessy, Hollis, J. Jaax, N. Jaax, Kiel, Pinson, and Sargeant.

    Courses in pathology, parasitology, bacteriology, virology, immunology, public health, toxicology, and clinical pathology are offered for students enrolled in the veterinary medicine curriculum. Third- and fourth-year veterinary medical students receive practical instruction in clinical laboratory procedures and the interpretation of results of laboratory tests.

    Courses in disease of laboratory animals, wildlife, and fish are offered for non-veterinary undergraduate and graduate students.

    A wide variety of research is conducted in the department that provides new information to enhance animal and human health. Major areas of focus include infectious diseases, immunology, erythrocyte function, environmental toxicology, and diagnostic test development.

    The department serves the livestock and companion animal industry by conducting investigational procedures to identify animal disease problems. The department's diagnostic laboratory is nationally recognized as fully accredited with capabilities in all areas of diagnostic medicine by AAVLD.

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    August 19, 2005