Department of Veterinary Pathobiology

Daniel Shaw
Professor

  • DVM, Kansas State University
  • Ph.D., University of Missouri- Columbia
  • Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathologists
  • Diplomate, American College of Poultry Veterinarians

Building Address:  Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory
Phone Number:  573-884-0879
Email:  shawd@missouri.edu

Research Emphasis: Pathogenesis of poultry diseases, pathogenesis of infectious diseases of domestic animals

Teaching: Teach in Systemic Pathology Course and Diagnostic Laboratory Rotation

Selected Publications:

Myers SE, Larue R, Shaw DP, Love BC, Njenga MK:  Pathogenesis of coxsackievirus-B5 acquired from intra-renal porcine islet cell xenografts in diabetic mice.  Xenotransplantation.  16:91-98, 2009.

Thachil AJ, Velayudhan BT, Shaw DP, Halvorson DA, Nagaraja KV:  Pathogenesis of Ornithobacterium rhinotracheale in egg-laying hens with co-existing Infectious bronchitis virus and Escherichia coli infections.  J Applied Poultry Research 18:780-788, 2009.

Hughes-Hanks JM, Schommer SK, Mitchell WJ, and Shaw DP:  Hepatitis and enteritis caused by a novel herpesvirus in two monitor lizards (Varanus spp.).  J Vet Diagn Invest 22: 295-299, 2010.

Thachil AJ, McComb B, Andersen MM, Shaw DP, Halvorson DA, Nagaraja KV:  Role of Clostridium perfringens  and Clostridium septicum in causing turkey cellulitis.  Avian Diseases 54:795-801, 2010.

Schaeffer JW, Middleton JR, Bozynski CC, Shaw DP:  Bilateral iliac arterial thrombosis in an alpaca (Vicuna pacos) cria.  Can Vet J  pp. 995-996, 2012


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