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College of Agriculture

Department of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology
Faculty of the Kansas Agricultural Experiment Station

The Department of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology is a multidisciplinary department in the College of Veterinary Medicine that helps train tomorrow's veterinarians and scientists, provides diagnostic service to the state and the nation, and conducts research on disease in animals and humans.

Natalia Cernicchiaro

Natalia Cernicchiaro
Assistant Professor

Specialization:
Epidemiology

Kyeong-Ok Chang

Kyeong-Ok Chang
Professor

Specialization:
Veterinary virology

 

Steven S. Dritz

Steven S. Dritz
Professor

Specialization:
Swine specialist

 

Ying Fang

Ying Fang
Professor

Specialization:
Molecular virology

 

Roman R. Ganta

Roman R. Ganta
Professor, Director - Center of Excellence for Vector-Borne Diseases

Specialization:
Vector-borne diseases

 

Philip R. Hardwidge

Philip R. Hardwidge
Professor

Specialization:
Diarrheal diseases
Bacterial pathogens

 

Megan Niederwerder

Megan Niederwerder
Assistant Professor

Specialization:
Micro biome characterization
Viral infections in swine 

 

 


 


 

David G. Renter

David G. Renter
Professor, Director - Center for Outcomes Research and Epidemiology

Specialization:
Epidemiology

 

Raymond Rowland

Raymond R. R. Rowland
Professor

Specialization:
Viral infections in swine

 

Daniel U. Thomson

Daniel U. Thomson
Professor

Specialization:
Production medicine
Epidemiology

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