Associate Clinical Professor of Veterinary Clinical Pathology
Clinical Pathology Section Head, Veterinary Medical Diagnostic Laboratory
AB (Biology), University of Missouri
DVM, University of Missouri
MS, Purdue University
PhD, Purdue University
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathologists (Clinical Pathology)
Research Emphasis: Collaborative research with clinical and basic science researchers; special interest in blood parasites, lipid metabolism and instructional methodologies.
Teaching: Lectures and labs in multiple team taught courses in the veterinary curriculum including: Veterinary Systemic Pathology, Veterinary Clinical Pathology and the required Diagnostic Pathology clinical rotation. Course Coordinator for Veterinary Clinical Pathology. Faculty facilitator for Problem Based Learning elective. Coordinator of elective clinical rotations in Clinical Pathology. Graduate: Lectures and discussions in Advanced Clinical Pathology and Mechanisms of Disease. Clinical Pathology Resident training.
Cregar LC, Whitney MS, Tyler JW, Chigerwe M: What is your diagnosis? Bovine synovial fluid (Trypanosoma theileri infection). Vet Clin Pathol 2015, 43:453-454.
Gubin MM, Techasintana P, Magee JD, Dahm GM, Calaluce R, Martindale J, Whitney M, Franklin C, Besch-Williford C, Hollingsworth J, Abdelmohsen K, Gorospe M, Atasoy U: Conditional knockout of the RNA-binding protein HuR in CD4+ T cells reveals a gene dosage effect on cytokine production. Molecular Med 2014, 20:93-108.
Spoor MS, Flesner BK, Trzil JE, Whitney MS, Shaw DP, Selting KA: What is your Diagnosis? Intra-abdominal mass in a female spayed dog (granulosa cell tumor). Vet Clin Pathol 2014, 43:109-110.
Spoor MS, Kim DY, Kanazono S, Wininger FA, Whitney MS: What is your diagnosis? Impression smears of a cerebral mass in a dog (granular cell tumor). Vet Clin Pathol 2013, 42:240-241.
Lewis KM, Cohn LA, Downey ME, Whitney MS, Birkenheuer AJ: Evaluation of Cytauxzoon felis infection status in captive-born wild felids housed in an area endemic for the pathogen. J Am Vet Med Assoc 2012, 241:1088-1092.
Whitney MS, Schwan TG, Sultemeier KB, McDonald PS, Brillhart MN: Spirochetemia caused by Borrelia turicatae infection in 3 dogs in Texas. Vet Clin Pathol 2007, 36:212-216.