The Department of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology is a multidisciplinary department 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. We are proud of our commitments to diversity in our teaching, research and service missions.
Highlights in Research and Teaching
Dr. Mwangi talks about 'mind-blowing' research with bovine anitbodies that display a capability to neutralize HIV.
|Researcher Profile: Dr. Waithaka Mwangi|
An internationally recognized expert on fleas and ticks has been named the 2017 Microbiologist of the Year by the American College of Veterinary Microbiologists.
Drs. Philip Hardwidge and Samir El Qaidi, postdoctoral researcher, are searching for new ways to treat E.coli.
New research is looking at tick-borne diseases and their effect on the people and the agricultural and companion animals in the Caribbean.
Dr. Katie Reif recently received $10,000 from Integrated Animal Health, a Lawrence-based company, for researching and developing novel tick and tick-borne pathogen control measures.