KSVDL Personnel Activities
Dr. Lalitha Peddireddi was a faculty volunteer for interviewing prospective 2022 CVM students.
Dr. Steve Ensley conducted a liver biopsy wet lab at the North Dakota Veterinary Medical Association in Fargo, ND.
Dr. Doug Marthaler Attended the American Association of American Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians and co-organizing the symposium entitled, "Next Generation Sequencing: Application in Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratories, A Multidisciplinary Symposium". He also Co-chaired the Virology Committee in San Diego, CA.
Dr. Jianfa Bai presented a poster at the Kansas Veterinary Medical Association Conference in Manhattan, KS.
Dr. Steve Ensley conducted a liver biopsy wet lab at the Colorado Veterinary Medical Association Continuing Education Ag Animal Program in Greeley, Co.
Dr. Lalitha Peddireddi presented, “Development of a quantitative real time RT-PCR assay for sensitive detection of emerging Atypical Porcine Pestivirus associated with congenital tremor in pigs” at the CRWAD Annual meeting in Chicago, IL.
Dr. Cindy Bell presented a poster at the Kansas Veterinary Medical Association Conference in Manhattan, KS.
Drs. Mike Moore and Gregg Hanzlicek represented the KSVDL at the Kansas Veterinary Medical Association Conference in Manhattan, KS.
Dr. Doug Marthaler presented "Molecular epidemiology, clinical relevance and diagnosis of porcine rotaviruses A, B, and C” at the Western Canadian Association of Swine Veterinarians in Saskatoon, SK.
Dr. Lalitha Peddireddi was awarded a grant as co-principle investigator with Dr. Kenneth Harken, VHC, titled: An evaluation of the persistence of shedding of pathogenic leptospires in the urine of dogs with leptospirosis by polymerase chain reaction assay.
Dr. Doug Marthaler presented a poster at the Kansas Veterinary Medical Association Conference in Manhattan, KS.
Dr. Lalitha Peddireddi served as a moderator for the Companion Animal Epidemiology session at the CRWAD meeting in Chicago, IL.
Dr. Gregg Hanzlicek led a discussion on Anaplasmosis at the Bern-Sabetha Veterinary Clinic’s client appreciation banquet in Bern, KS.
Respiratory issues in milk-fed calves housed in an environmentally controlled environment
Chronic low milk production on a Kansas dairy
Johne’s risk assessment exercise on a Kansas cow-calf operation