Roman M. Pogranichniy

 Dr. Roman PogranichniyAssociate Professor

DVM (1993), Ukrainian State Agricultural University, Kiev, Ukraine
MS (2000), Iowa State University
PhD (2005), Iowa State University

Phone: (785) 532-4516

Research, Teaching and Research

I am a veterinarian with advanced training in veterinary microbiology/virology, and my research interests are on viral infectious diseases, their pathogenesis and the development of new diagnostic and preventive methods for these diseases. My service, research and teaching responsibilities are closely interlinked. As Section head of Diagnostic Virology and Serology, I isolate, identify and characterize emerging and re-emerging viral disease agents. Then I develop serological and virological assays for these new isolates. Establishing ties with fellow scientists is integral to conducting research directed toward understanding the pathogenesis of diseases and developing innovative tools for rapid diagnosis. Additional collaboration with field veterinarians, producers and researchers fosters the development of effective vaccines, management control strategies and scientific publications. In the teaching environment I am further able share my knowledge and experience with viral disease, pathogenesis and prevention methods. Providing classroom instruction for veterinary and graduate students, workshops and seminars with field veterinarians and producers and presentations at scientific meetings are all elements of my teaching responsibilities at KSU. Currently, I am working on an ASF biosecurity project in Eastern Europe and building capacity to prevent spreading of this virus in Asia. I am also working with different influenza A viral strains, PCV2 and PRRSV, their response to vaccination, virus detection and immune response and the pathogenesis of these and other viruses in animals.

Selected Refereed Journal Articles/Publications/Significant works of Scholarly Activity:

PubMed: Pogranichniy - PubMed - NCBI

Book Chapters:

Pogranichniy RM, Yoon K-J. 2002. Animal circoviruses. In: Morilla-Gonzalez A, Yoon K-J, Zimmerman J (eds). Trends in Emerging Viral Infections of Swine. Iowa State University Press, Ames, IA. pp. 283-289.

Horter D, Chang CC, Pogranichniy RM, Zimmerman JJ, Yoon K-J. 2001. Persistence of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome in pigs. In: Lavi E, Weiss SR, Hingley ST (eds). The Nidoviruses (Coronaviruses and Arteriviruses), Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publisher, New York, NY. pp. 91-94.

Refereed Journal Articles:

Gutman SN.,Guptill LF.,Moore GE,Pogranichniy RM. Serologic investigation of exposure to influenza A virus H3N2 infection in dogs and cats in the United States. J Vet Diagn Invest. 2019 Mar;31(2):250-254.

Guo B, Kim H, Zheng Y, Shen H, Pogranichniy RM, Schwartz KJ, Li G, Yoon KJ. Genomic Sequence of a Swine Pasivirus Type 1 Strain Identified in U.S. Swine. Genome Announc. 2018 Feb 8;6(6).

Bach E, Raizman EA, Vanderwal R, Soto P, Chaffer M, Keefe G, Pogranichniy R, Bach H. Immunogenicity of PtpA secreted during Mycobacterium avium ssp.
paratuberculosis infection in cattle. Vet Immunol Immunopathol. 2018 Apr;198:1-5.

Bauer AE, Johnson AJ, Weng HY, Pogranichniy RM, Moore GE. An evaluation of risk factors for infection with Coxiella burnetii in domestic goats. Res Vet Sci.
2017 Oct;114:181-185

Bauer AE, Hubbard KR, Johnson AJ, Messick JB, Weng HY, Pogranichniy RM. A cross sectional study evaluating the prevalence of Coxiella burnetii, potential risk factors for infection, and agreement between diagnostic methods in goats in Indiana. Prev Vet Med. 2016 Apr 1;126:131-137.

Cheung AK, Ng TF, Lager KM, Alt DP, Delwart E, Pogranichniy RM. Identification of several clades of novel single-stranded circular DNA viruses with conserved stem-loop structures in pig feces. Arch Virol. 2015,160(1):353-358.

Cheung AK, Ng TF, Lager KM, Alt DP, Delwart EL, Pogranichniy RM. Unique circovirus-like genome detected in pig feces. Genome Announc. 2014.10; 2 (2).

Cheung AK, Ng TF, Lager KM, Alt DP, Delwart EL, Pogranichniy RM. Identification of a novel single-stranded circular DNA virus in pig feces. Genome Announc. 2014 May 1; 2 (2).

Wei H, Lenz SD, Thompson DH, Pogranichniy RM. DNA-epitope vaccine provided efficient protection to mice against lethal dose of influenza A virus H1N1. Viral Immunol. 2014 Feb; 27(1): 14-19.

Litster AL, Pogranichniy RM, Lin TL. Diagnostic utility of a direct immunofluorescence test to detect feline coronavirus antigen in macrophages in effusive feline infectious peritonitis. Vet J. 2013 Nov; 198(2):362-366.

Slack JM, Stiles J, Leutenegger CM, Moore GE, Pogranichniy RM. 2013. Effects of topical ocular administration of high doses of human recombinant interferon alpha-2b and feline recombinant interferon omega on naturally occurring viral keratoconjunctivitis in cats. Am J Vet Res. Feb; 74(2):281-289.

Cheung AK, Ng TF, Lager KM, Bayles DO, Alt DP, Delwart EL, Pogranichniy RM, Kehrli ME Jr. 2013. A divergent clade of circular single-stranded DNA viruses from pig feces. Arch Virol.158(10):2157-2162

Ng TF, Cheung AK, Wong W, Lager KM, Kondov NO, Cha Y, Murphy DA, Pogranichniy RM, Delwart E. 2013. Divergent picornavirus from a turkey with gastrointestinal disease. Genome Announc. 2:1(3).

Wei H, Lenz SD, Thompson DH, Pogranichniy RM. 2012. DNA-vaccine platform development against H1N1 subtype of swine influenza A viruses. Viral Immunol. Aug;25(4):297-305.

Thakur KK, Pant GR, Wang L, Hill CA, Pogranichniy RM, Manandhar S, Johnson AJ. 2012. Seroprevalence of Japanese encephalitis virus and risk factors associated with seropositivity in pigs in four mountain districts in Nepal. Zoonoses Public Health. 59(6):393-400.