Clinical Assistant Professor
Bacteriology & Parasitology
Washington State University
United States of America
DVM: Washington State University, 2008 PhD: Washington State University, 2014
My main research efforts are on topics of importance to clinical microbiology, and include investigation of novel pathogens, antimicrobial susceptibility, and expansion of bacterial identification technologies like MALDI-TOF mass spectrometry. Currently, I am involved in a project to identify the etiologic agent of abortion/neonatal calf pneumonia, and use of MALDI-TOF MS for identification of fish pathogens. In addition, I am Director of the Clinical Microbiology Residency Program which is responsible for training new veterinary microbiology specialists.