Department of Veterinary Pathobiology

Catherine M. Vogelweid
Clinical Professor

  • DVM, University of Missouri-Columbia
  • PhD, University of Missouri-Columbia
  • Diplomate, American College of Laboratory Animal Medicine

Building Address: 209B Connaway Hall
Phone Number:
 573-884-2082
Email:Vogelweidc@missouri.edu

Research Emphasis: Disaster preparedness & response planning, Disaster-resistant facilities construction

Teaching: General veterinary pathology, veterinary virology, research ethics, veterinary emergency and disaster response, ethics of use of animals in biomedical research.

Selected Publications:

Vogelweid CM, Dreesen J. Radiographic imaging of rodents using a portable mammographic system. Contem Topics Lab Animal Science 1995; 34 (3): 86-88, 1995.

Walker SE, Wright DC, O’Sullivan FX, Johnson GC, Besch-Williford CL, Vogelweid CM. Memory, learning ability and neuropathologic status of mice with systemic lupus erythematosis. Annals NY Acad Sciences 1997; 823: 107-115.

Vogelweid CM. Developing emergency management plans for university laboratory animal programs and facilities. Contemp Topics Lab Animal Science 1998; 37 (5): 52-56.

Fang S, Steinmetz R, Vogelweid C, Cooper S, Hangoc G, Broxmeyer H, Hirsch-Pescovitz O. Development of a transgenic mouse that overexpresses a novel product of the growth hormone-releasing hormone gene. Endocrinology 2000; 141 (4): 1377-1383.

Vogelweid CM. Emergency response and management. In Management of Laboratory Animal Care and Use Programs, Suckow MA, Douglas FA, Weichbrod RH editors. CRC Press 2002, pp. 325-337.

Vogelweid CM, Hill J, Shea R, Truby S, Schantz L. Using site assessment and risk analysis to plan and build disaster-resistant programs and facilities. Lab Animal 2003; 32 (2): 40-44.

Frie B, Li X, Ciccone K, Nawa S, Cooper S, Vogelweid C, Schantz L, Hainline L, Orazi A, Broxmeyer H, Lee S, Clapp D. Fanconi anemia type C and p53 cooperate in apoptosis and tumorigenesis. Blood 2003; 102 (12): 4146-4152.

Vogelweid CM, Hill JB, Shea RA, Johnson DB.  Earthquakes and building design:  a primer for the laboratory animal professional.  Lab Anim (NY) 2005 Jul-Aug; 34(7): 35-42.

Vogelweid CM, Hill JB, Shea RA.  Hazard-resistant building construction.  In Planning and Designing Animal Research Facilities, Jack R. Hessler and Noel D. Lehner editors, Academic Press, Inc., ACLAM series publication, 2009, pg. 135-150.

Vogelweid CM, Zapien KA, Honigford MJ, Li L, Li H, Marshall H.  Effects of a 28-day cage-change interval on intracage ammonia levels, nasal histology and perceived welfare of CD1 mice. JAALAS 2011; 50 (6):868-878.


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