Mechanisms of Disease
- Allen, Andrew
Congenital hypothyroidism of foals, investigations of equine sarcoids, and the potential association between liver concentrations of copper and iron and pregnant mares dying of hemmorhage from ruptured uterine arteries.
- Forsyth, George
The activity of ion transport proteins involved in the pathology of diarrheal diseases and cystic fibrosis.
- Gordon, John
Immunology and immunopathology, particularly examining allergic disease and inflammation.
- Grahn, Bruce
Dr. Grahn's research interest is in surgical therapy of glaucoma, retinopathies and ocular pathology.
- Hiebert, Linda
Cardiovascular research, including the pharmacodynamics of orally administered heparins and related polyanions, and damage and protection of endothelial cells.
- Jackson, Marion L.
Applied studies in veterinary clinical pathology, molecular aspects of feline leukemia virus infection and retroviral oncogenesis.
- Kerr, Moira
Clinical pathology and surgical pathology.
- Kidney, Beverly A.
Clinical pathology, viral oncogenesis and molecular oncology.
- Muir, Gillian
The changes in sensorimotor behaviour that occur during normal development or after central nervous system injury or disease.
- Myers, Sherry L.
Diagnostic clinical pathology, dermatohistopathology and surgical pathology.
- Simko, Elemir
Various aspects of comparative innate immunity, pathogenesis of infectious diseases and evidence-based diagnostic anatomic pathology of vertebrate species.
- Singh, Baljit
Cell and molecular biology of lung inflammation. Dr. Singh's projects focus on mechanisms of neutrophil and monocyte migration into inflamed lungs, biology of pulmonary intravascular macrophages and environmental pulmonary toxicology.
- Waldner, Cheryl
Examining the factors affecting the health and productivity of cow-calf herds in Western Canada. Dr. Waldner's current research includes drought related nutritional issues, BVDV, Neospora, zoonotic E. coli, antimicrobial resistance, and Cryptosporidia spp. and Giardia spp. in cow-calf herds. She also has a continuing interest in environmental epidemiology.
- Wobeser, Gary A.
Environmental contaminants related to pathology and toxicology in wildlife.
Dr. Bonnie Chaban, post-doctoral fellow