Gordon A. Andrews
BS 1975, Cornell
DVM 1984, Oklahoma St. U.
Phone: (785) 532-4459
Directed service to veterinary practitioners, small animal owners and commercial producers as a diagnostic pathologist is my major responsibility at Kansas State University. Diagnostic service as a gross and histopathologist is provided to clinicians serving the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital and referring veterinarians from the state of Kansas and several other states. Directed service activities are closely integrated with teaching and research activities. Cases presented to the Diagnostic Laboratory serve as a source of teaching material for veterinary students and pathology graduate students and residents, and are source material for both retrospective and prospective research projects. I also supervise the immunohistochemistry and histotechnology laboratories.
My primary teaching responsibility is as course coordinator in charge of scheduling and organizing a teaching program for the senior veterinary students as they rotate through the diagnostic laboratory. The program involves instruction in necropsy techniques, interpretation of pathologic findings, collection of specimens, and understanding the principles of available diagnostic tests.
Areas of research include canine and feline blood groups and blood typing, iron metabolism, the acute phase response, and application of immunohistochemical techniques for diagnostic and research problems.
Andrews, G.A., Smith, J.E., Gray, M. and Chavey, P.S. An improved ferritin assay for canine sera. Vet.Clin.Pathol. 21:57-60, 1992.
Andrews, G.A., Chavey, P.S. and Smith, J.E. Production, characterization, and applications of a murine monoclonal antibody to dog erythrocyte antigen 1.1. J.Am.Vet.Med.Assoc. 201:1549-1552, 1992.
Andrews, G.A., Chavey, P.S. and Smith, J.E. Reactivity of lichen lectins with blood typed canine erythrocytes. Research in Veterinary Science 53:315-319, 1992.
Andrews, G.A., Chavey, P.S. and Smith, J.E. Reactivity of seed lectins with blood typed canine erythrocytes. Comp.Haematol.Int. 2:68-74, 1992.
Andrews, G.A., Chavey, P.S., Smith, J.E. and Rich, L. N-glycolylneuraminic acid and N-acetylneuraminic acid define feline blood group A and B antigens. Blood 79:2485-2491, 1992.
Andrews, G.A., Chavey, P.S. and Smith, J.E. Reactivity of purified lectins with blood typed canine erythrocytes. Comp.Haematol.Int. 3:135-141, 1993.
Andrews, G.A., Chavey, P.S. and Smith, J.E. Enzyme linked immunosorbent assay to measure serum ferritin and the relationship between serum ferritin and nonheme iron stores in cats. Vet. Pathol. 31:674-678, 1994.
Andrews, G.A., Myers, N.C. and Chard-Bergstrom, C. Immunohistochemistry of pancreatic islet cell tumors in the ferret (Mustela putorius furo). Vet. Pathol. 34:387-393, 1997.
Andrews, G.A. and Kennedy, G.A. Respiratory Diagnostic Pathology. Veterinary Clinics of North America: Food Animal Practice 13(3):515-547, November 1997.