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D'Offay, Jean M.
BVSc (PRE '73), MRCVS (LON '76), Dip.TVM (EDIN '76), PhD (MO '85).,
ACVM Virology '88.
Viral diseases of animals; molecular basis for herpesvirus pathogenicity; interaction between nutrition and viral infections. Active Diplomate. Educational Research. Academia.
DVM (MONTREAL '90), DES (MONTREAL '99),
ACVM Bacteriology & Mycology '99.
bacteriology and mycology. Active Diplomate. Government.
PhD (Purdue ’09), ACVM (Parasitology ’13),
ACVM Parasitology '13.
Apicomplexan parasites, equine parasites, zoonotic ascarids Active Diplomate. Educational Research. Academia.
Daniels, Joshua B.
DVM, Wisconsin 1991; Ph.D. Washington State Univ. 2008,
ACVM Bacteriology & Mycology '09.
Molecular mechanisms of antimicrobial resistance. Active Diplomate. Academia.
Dardiri, A. H.
DVM (CAI '44), MSSc (CAI '46), MS (MSU '47), PhD (MSU '50).,
Virology and immunology; avian respiratory disease: NDV, IBV; swine enteroviruses; diagnosis of foreign animals disease. Emeritus. Retired.
DeBey, Mary C.
BS-DVM (KSU 1979), MS (KSU 1986), PhD (IOWA STATE 1992).,
ACVM Bacteriology & Mycology '99ACVM Immunology '02.
Mycoplasma, aspergillus, urolithiases. Active Diplomate. Industry.
Dee, Scott A.
MS (MIN '85), DVM (MIN '87), PhD (MIN '96),
ACVM Bacteriology & Mycology '93.
PRRS virus transmission, persistence, control and eradication
PED virus feed transmission and biosecurity Active Diplomate. Educational Research. Clinical Practice.
Dellers, Robert W.
DVM (COR '54), PhD (COR '75).,
Pathogenesis of viral infections; clinical and diagnostic virology. Emeritus. Retired. Educational Research. Academia.
Dickerson, Harry W.
BA (COLBY '71), BVSc (OND '77), MS (GA '82), PhD (GA '85).,
Professor Infectious Diseases, Associate Dean Research and Graduate Affairs
Molecular biology and genetics of pathogenic microorganisms; immunoparasitology. Active Diplomate. Educational Research. Academia.
Dierks, Richard E.
BS (MIN '57), DVM (MIN '59), MPH (MIN '64), PhD (MIN '64), MBA (ILL '85).,
Virology, epidemiology, and international programs. Emeritus. Retired.