Molecular Epidemiology of Salmonella Heidelberg Isolated from Chicken and Turkeys (2496_2)
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Sunday |  7:00 AM -  6:00 PM
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Speaker(s)

Kakambi Nagaraja PhD
University of Minnesota

NAME:K. V. Nagaraja, Professor,College of Veterinary Medicine,University of Minnesota<br>EDUCATION: DVM, MVSC, PH.D<br> Major Advisor for 27 PhD, 6 MS students <br>Has published 120 research Publications in peer reviewed journals<br>Has published 10 Book Chapters<br>Has published 60 extension articles<br>Has authored or co-authored 341 published abstracts<br><br>Has held Elected Offices and Committee Assignments at STATE and NATIONAL Level:<br>AWARDS, HONORS AND FELLOWSHIPS:<br>Gamma Sigma Delta, and Society of Sigma Xi (The Scientific Research Society)<br>Society of Phi Zeta (Honor Society of Veterinary Medicine)<br>Ranelius Award from the Minnesota Turkey Growers Association for outstanding contributions to the Turkey Industry, 1984<br>Certificate of Appreciation, USDA-APHIS for valuable expertise in the area of Poultry Health, National Poultry Improvement Plan Conference, 1988<br>Diploma from National Association of Specialists in Avian Medicine. Mexico. 1988, 1990.<br>Certificate of Appreciation, USDA-APHIS for valuable expertise in the area of Poultry Health, National Poultry Improvement Plan Conference, 1990<br>Certificate of Appreciation, USDA-APHIS for valuable expertise in the area of Poultry Health, National Poultry Improvement Plan Conference, 1992<br>Received Patent (#6,077,516) for Live vaccine against Colibacillosis from the USA Patent and <br>Trademark Office, June 20, 2000.<br>Received Patent (#6, 495,334 for Inventor of Recombinant SEF 14 Fimbrial Protein from Salmonella from the USA Patent and Trademark Office, December 17, 2002<br>Recieved. Patent in 2005 'Use of Goose Isolate of APV for use as a Vaccine strain for APV <br>APV infection in turkeys'

Presentation Info

CE Credit(s): 0.00
CE Level: 2

Description

Epidemiology of Salmonella Heidelberg