To diagnose E. coli scours we must rule out all other causative agents of early nursery scours, including TGE, PEDv, PDCoV, Rotavirus, and Salmonellosis, and get a positive E. coli culture from piglet rectal swabs.
Pork Veterinary Solutions, LLC. United States
2011 – 2015 – University of Wisconsin – Madison
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine – 2015
2015 – Present – Pork Veterinary Solutions, LLC and Swine Veterinary Services, PC
Associate. Interact with clinic’s clientele, ranging from 50 sow farrow to finish operations up to 10,000 sow units and integrated grow-finish operations. Coordinate health programs, participate in clinical studies, and analyze production parameters to maximize profitability and sustainability of clients.
2013 – Boehringer-Ingelheim Vetmedica, INC and Iowa State University
Swine Veterinary Internship Program – Participated and completed a research project, looking at the risk of PRRS transmission from livehaul vehicles. Wrote and submitted a paper for the 2013 AASV Annual Meeting and presented at the 2014 AASV meeting, as well as the 2014 IPVS Congress.
2012 – Murphy-Brown LLC
Veterinary Project Manager – completed a research project identifying hypocalcemia in farrowing sows. Presented a poster and abstract at the 2013 AASV meeting.
2015 Wisconsin Pork Association Outstanding Senior Swine Veterinary Student
2014 – American Association of Swine Veterinarians Foundation Scholarship award winner
2014 – Zoetis/AVMF Scholarship Award Winner
Updated CV 05-Oct-2016