Dale Moore's expertise lies in preventive veterinary medicine and risk communication. She develops educational materials and offers disaster-preparedness guidance to food-animal producers, veterinarians and communities to prepare them to manage foreign animal disease outbreaks.
Dr. Moore’s primary research is in:
- New disease-prevention strategies for farms and ranches.
- Developing alternatives to antibiotic use in calf rearing and validating biosecurity recommendations on dairy farms to prevent foreign and endemic animal diseases.
- Educational assessments, including needs assessments and educational program evaluation methods.
- Food-animal epidemiology, focusing on management and methods to improve profit, as well as performance and health of food animals in large livestock operations.
Dr. Moore's background includes working for the National Center for Foreign Animal and Zoonotic Disease Defense. She is a certified trainer in agro-terrorism preparedness for the Western Institute for Food Safety & Security.
In addition to her role as a clinical professor in the Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences and adjunct faculty in the Paul G. Allen School for Global Animal Health, Dr. Moore serves as director of Veterinary Medicine Extension, leading programs to advance agricultural animal health.