Residency in Internal Medicine, University of Saskatchewan
MVetSc, University of Saskatchewan
PhD, University of Saskatchewan
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathologists
Teaching and Clinical Areas
Dr. Jackson teaches undergraduate clinical pathology to second and fourth year veterinary students (VT PA 346 and VT PA 580, respectively), and graduate diagnostic clinical pathology (VT PA 850 - 853), hematology (VT PA 810) and chemistry (VT PA 811).
Dr. Jackson's research interests include applied studies in veterinary clinical pathology, molecular aspects of feline leukemia virus infection, and retroviral oncogenesis. For recent publications, see Department publication listings.
MD Meachem, ER Snead, BA Kidney, ML Jackson, R Dickinson, V Larson, E Simko. A comparative proteomic study of plasma in feline pancreatitis and pancreatic carcinoma using 2-dimensional gel electrophoresis for the identification of diagnostic biomarkers: a pilot study. Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research July 2015, 79(3):184-189 (6)
LI Munasinghe, BA Kidney, V. MacDonald-Dickinson, VS Larson, ML Jackson, NF Fernandez. Evaluation of lymph node aspirates at diagnosis and relapse in dogs with high-grade multicentric lymphoma and comparison with survival time. Veterinary Clinical Pathology June 2015, 44(2):310-319.
K.M. Pattullo, T. Epp, B.A. Kidney, S.M. Taylor, and M.L. Jackson, 2015. Reticulocytosis in nonanemic dogs: increasing prevalence and potential etiologies. Veterinary Clinical Pathology. 44 (1):26-36.
C. Murray, D.M. Veira, A. Nadalin, D.M. Haines, M.L. Jackson, D.L. Pearl, and K.E. Leslie, 2015. The effect of dystocia on physiological and behavioral characteristics related to vitality and passive transfer of immunoglobulins in newborn Holstein calves. Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research. 79 (2):109-119.
S.W. Mills, K.M. Musil, J.L. Davies, S. Hendrick, C.G. Duncan, M.L. Jackson, B.A. Kidney, H. Philibert, B. Wobeser, and E. Simko, 2015. Prognostic Value of Histologic Grading for Feline Mammary Carcinoma: A Retrospective Survival Analysis. Veterinary Pathology. 52 (2):238-249.
J. Ellis, C. Waldner, S. Gow, and M. Jackson, 2013. Relationship between pulmonary lesions and arterial pO2 and lactate concentrations in calves experimentally infected with bovine respiratory syncytial virus. Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research, 77: 205-210. (July 2013 issue)
B.K. Wobeser, J.E. Hill, M.L. Jackson, B.A. Kidney, M.N. Mayer, H.G.G. Townsend, A.L. Allen. Localization of bovine papillomavirus in equine sarcoids and inflammatory skin conditions of horses using laser microdissection and two forms of DNA amplification. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 2012; 24(1):32-41.
I was a member of Dr. Wobeser’s advisory committee and participated in all stages of the planning of the study, discussions while the study was being conducted, and proofreading and providing feedback on the draft of the manuscript.
V.M. Wong, B.A. Kidney, E.C.R. Snead, SL. Myers, and M.L. Jackson, 2011. Serum C-Reactive Protein Concentrations in Healthy Miniature Schnauzer Dogs. Veterinary Clinical Pathology, 40 (3), 380-383.