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Drs. Doug Call, Craig Frear and Jeff Ullman were awarded a one-year, $50,000 grant by the Washington State Agricultural Research Center for their project Using biochar to sequester antibiotic residues during food animal production.
Dr. Viveka Vadyvaloo is a recipient of the 2014 WSU International Research Travel Award jointly sponsored by the Office of International Programs and Office of Research. She will use the award to travel to the Institute Pasteur at the University of Lille, France, for meetings with collaborator Dr. Florent Sebbane.
Aguilar-Pierlé, S., Imaz-Rosshandler, I., Rolls, P.J., Wigg, J.L., Lew-Tabor, A., Brayton, K.A. Genetic diversity of tick-borne rickettsial pathogens, insights gained from distant strains. Invited for a special issue entitled: Bacterial Pathogenomics: From Technology to Application. Pathogens. doi:10.3390/pathogens3010057. 3: 57-72. 2014.
Babauta, J.T., Atci, E., Ha, P.T., Lindemann, S.R., Ewing, T., Call, D.R., Fredrickson, J.K., Beyenal, H. Localized electron transfer rates and microelectrode-based enrichment of microbial communities within a phototrophic microbial mat. Frontiers in Microbiology, Vol. 5, Article 11. In press.
Bobrov, A.G., Kirillina, O., Vadyvaloo, V., Koestler, B.J., Hinz, A.K., Mack, D., Waters, C.M., Perry, R.D. The Yersinia pestis HmsCDE regulatory system is essential for blockage of the oriental rat flea (Xenopsylla cheopis), a classic plague vector. Environmental Microbiology. In press.
Fagen, A., Acharya, N., Kaufman, G.E. Positive Reinforcement Training for a Trunk Wash in Nepal's Working Elephants: Demonstrating Alternatives to Traditional Elephant Training Techniques. Journal of Applied Animal Welfare Science, published online 10 Jan, 2014. DOI:10.1080/10888705.2014.856258.
Martinez, L. and Vadyvaloo, V. Post-transcriptional regulatory mechanisms in bacterial biofilms. Frontiers: Cellular and Infection Microbiology. In press.
Memon, M.A., Xie H., Shi, D. Booming growth of small animal practice in China. Vet Med, 105- 107, March 2014. Online version www.dvm360.com/China
Mercado-Curiel, R. F., Ávila-Ramírez M.L., Palmer, G.H., Brayton, K.A. Identification of Rhipicephalus microplus genes that contribute to the modulation of Anaplasma marginale infection. PLoS ONE. In press. 2014.
Mor, S.M., Robbins, A.H., Jarvin, L., Kaufman, G.E., Lindenmayer, J.M. Curriculum Asset Mapping for One Health Education, Journal of American Veterinary Medical Education 40(4), 2013: 363-369.
Nydam, S.D., Shah, D.H., and Call, D.R. 2014. Transcriptome analysis of Vibrio parahaemolyticus in type III secretion system 1 inducing conditions. Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology, Vol. 4, Article 1.
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The first annual Postdoctoral Research Symposium will take place Wednesday, April 16, 9:00 – 11:30 am in the Biotech/Life Sciences Building (BLS), Room 401. Sponsored by the College of Veterinary Medicine Postdoctoral Association, the event will provide an opportunity for postdoctoral scholars to share their research in a friendly yet professional setting similar to national and international conferences, and provide exposure for postdoctoral researchers in the College of Veterinary Medicine. For more information, contact Cheryl Miller at email@example.com
Advances in Infectious Diseases and Microbial Immunology Seminar Series continues (12:10pm ADBF 1002):
Dan Haydon, PhD, Director of Institute/Professor of Population Ecology and Epidemiology, Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine), University of Glasgow
Title: “Threads in the tapestry: Assembling the evidence base for understanding disease reservoirs”
Host: Doug Call
Sandy Weller, PhD, Distinguished Professor and Chair, Department of Molecular, Microbial and Structural Biology, University of Connecticut Health Sciences Center
Topic: Herpesviral pathogenesis
Host: Anthony Nicola