Scott A. Dee

Scott A. Dee
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University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN. United States

Professional experience 

1987-1998: Swine practitioner, Swine Health Center, Morris, MN
1999-2005: Associate Professor, Department of Veterinary Population Medicine, University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine
May 2005-present: Professor, Department of Veterinary Population Medicine University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine
1987-present: Swine consultant, 30 US states and 20 countries
Past president: American Association of Swine Practitioners

S. Dee has had more than 110 articles on porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome (PRRS) published in scientific magazines.

Academic Studies

1985 M.S. in Veterinary Microbiology, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN
1987 D.V.M. in Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN
1996 P.h.D. in Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN
1993 Diplomate in Bacteriology and Mycology, American College of Veterinary Microbiologists

Awards

1996 American Association Swine Practitioner of the Year
1996 Allen D. Leman Science in Practice Award
1996 University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine Distinguished Alumni Award
1998 AVMA Practitioner Research Award
1999-2000 University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine Teaching Incentive Awards
2005: University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine Mark of Excellence Award
2007: University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine Pfizer Award for Research Excellence

Updated CV 16-Feb-2011

Articles

PRRS Biosecurity

03-Mar-2009 (10 years 8 months 10 days ago)

Trailers contaminated with PRRSV can serve as a source of infection for naïve pigs. Therefore, sanitation for livestock trailers and transport vehicles is considered a high priority when it comes to biosecurity practices.

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Biosecurity

PRRS control

09-Feb-2009 (10 years 9 months 4 days ago)

The presence of subpopulations of exposed and non-exposed sows in chronically PRRSV-infected breeding herds assists in the maintenance of virus circulation in the breeding herd over time.

PRRS control

PRRS: Transmission via direct and indirect routes (1/2)

26-Nov-2008 (10 years 11 months 18 days ago)
In this second part the direct routes (infected pigs and contaminated semen) and indirect routes (fomites and transportation vehicles) of PRRSV are tackled, as is the persistence of the virus because the persistence of the infection is a characteristic of PRRSV infections in pigs and plays a major role in the control and eradication of the disease.
Transmission via direct and indirect routes (1/2)

PRRS: Etiology and clinical manifestation

12-Nov-2008 (11 years 1 days ago)
Scott Dee, the prestigious American veterinarian who is known worldwide for his research on the PRRS virus, will be in charge of this section which is dedicated exclusively to the PRRS disease. Every month a new article will be published related to subjects such as etiology and clinical signs, transmission routes, diagnostic testing methods, biosecurity or control and eradication.
Etiology and clinical manifestation