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Karen Russell

Professor and Associate Department Head for Clinical Service and Residency Programs

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Phone: (979) 458-3548

Mailstop: 4467

Department: VTPB

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Education

  • PhD Veterinary Medical Sciences, North Carolina State Univeristy 1996
  • Residency Certificate Clinical Pathology, Cornell University 1993
  • D.V.M. Veterinary Medicine, VA-MD Regional College of Veterinary Medicine 1990
  • B.S. Animal Science, Virginia Tech 1981

Credentials

  • DVM
  • ACVP (Clinical Pathology)
  • PhD
  • Texas Veterinary Medical License: 9005

Scholarly Interests

Platelet pathophysiology and the interaction of platelets with infectious agents, with an emphasis on the thrombocytopenia associated with Equine Infectious Anemia Virus. Investigation of platelet activation markers in veterinary species. Investigation of total and free (ionized) magnesium concentrations in veterinary species.

Publications

Neurological disease in lambs associated with high environmental temperatures and humidity
Sprake PM Hubertus C, Bissett WT, Porter BF, Russell KE, Garland T, Young BD, Washburn KE.
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. ; .
Comparison of two analyzers to determine selected venous blood gas analytes of Quaker Parrots (Myiopsitta monachus
Rettenmund CL, Heatley JJ, Russell KE.
Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine. ; .
Case series of camelid heat stress: 15 cases
Norton PL, Gold JR, Schultz KL, Porter BF, Russell KE.
The Canadian Veterinary Journal . ; .
Vertebral osteomyelitis and multiple cutaneous lesions in a dog caused by Nocardia pseudobrasiliensis, a novel species in veterinary medicine
Hilligas J, Van Wie E, Barr J, Russell K, Perry A, Weeks B, Zhang S.
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. ; .
Midazolam Sedates Passeriformes for Field Sampling but Affects Multiple Venous Blood Analytes
Heatley JJ, Voelker G, Russell KE.
Veterinary Medicine: Research and Reports. ; .
Vertebral osteomyelitis and multiple cutaneous lesions in a dog caused by Nocardia pseudobrasiliensis
Hilligas J, Van Wie E, Barr J, Russell KE, Perry AL, Weeks BR, Zhang S.
Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine. ; .
Midazolam Sedates Passeriformes for Field Sampling but Affects Multiple Venous Blood Analytes
Heatley JJ, Voelker G, Russell KE.
Veterinary Medicine: Research and Reports. ; .
Camelid heat stress: 15 cases
Norton PL, Gold JR, Russell KE, Schultz KL, Porter BF.
The Canadian Veterinary Journal. ; .


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