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Mike D Willard

Professor

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Phone: (979) 845-2351

Mailstop: 4474

Department: VSCS

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Education

  • M.S. Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University 1977
  • D.V.M. Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University 1975
  • B.S. Veterinary Medicine, Texas A&M University 1974

Credentials

  • Diplomate, ACVIM (Small Animal Internal Medicine)
  • Texas Veterinary Medical License: 3828

Clinical Areas of Interest

  • Endoscopy
  • Gastroenterology

Scholarly Interests

Gastroenterology, hepatology, pancreatology, endoscopy

Publications

Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography is possible in healthy cats
T. Spillmann, M.D. Willard, I. Ruhnke, J.S. Suchodolski, J.M. Steiner.
Veterinary Radiology and Ultrasound. ; 55(1): 85-91, 2014..
Gastritis in Alaskan racing sled dogs
J.W. Ritchey, M.S. Davis, M.A. Breshears, M.D. Willard, K.K. Williamson, C.M. Royer, M.E. Payton, A.S. Cragun.
J Comp Path. ; 145: 68-76, 2011.
Efficacy of Omeprazole versus High Dose Famotidine for Prevention of Exercise-Induced Gastritis in Racing Alaskan Sled Dogs
K.K. Williamson, M.D. Willard, M.E. Payton, M.S. Davis.
J Vet Intern Med. ; 24(2): 285-288, 2010.
2009 ACVIM Consensus Statement: Endoscopic, Biopsy, and Histopathologic Guidelines for the Evaluation of Gastrointestinal Inflammation in Companion Animals
R.J. Washabau, M.J. Day, M.D. Willard, E.J. Hall, A.E. Jergens, J. Mansell, T. Minami, T.W. Bilzer.
J Vet Intern Med. ; 24(1): 10-26, 2010. .
Effect of tissue processing on assessment of endoscopic intestinal biopsies in dogs and cats
M.D. Willard, G.E. Moore, B. Denton, M.J. Day, J. Mansell, T Bilzer, B Wilcock, M. Gualtieri, D. Olivero, P. Lecoindre, D. Twedt, M. Collett, E. Hall, A. Jergens, J. Simpson, R. Else, R. Washabau.
J Vet Intern Med. ; 24(1): 84-89, 2010..
Comparison of histopathological findings in biopsies from the duodenum and ileum of dogs with enteropathy
D. Casamain-Sorrosal, M.D. Willard, J.K. Murray, E.J. Hall, S.S. Taylor, M.J. Day: .
J Vet Intern Med. ; 24(1): 80-83, 2010..
Effect of Simulated Deployment Patrols on Gastric Mucosa of Explosive Detection Dogs
M. Davis, M. Willard, D. Bowers, M. Payton.
Comparative Exercise Physiology. ; .
Assessment of Clinical Reasoning Skills in Veterinary Students Prior to and After the Clinical Year of Training
C.C. Farnsworth, J.D. Herman, J. Ostenstock, B. Porterpan, M. Willard, N. Hooper, A. Roussel, D. Schmitz, K Dorau, D. Kochevar.
J Am Vet Med Assoc. ; 233:879-882, 2008..
Effect of Sample Quality Upon the Sensitivity of Endoscopic Biopsy for Detecting Gastric and Duodenal Lesions in Dogs and Cats
M.D.Willard, J. Mansell, G.T. Fosgate, M. Gualtieri, D. Olivero, P. Lecoindre, D.C. Twedt, M.G. Collett, M.J. Day, E.J. Hall, A.E. Jergens, J.W. Simpson, R.W. Else, R.J. Washabau.
J Vet Intern Med. ; 22: 1084-1089, 2008. (Mentioned .
Histopathologic Standards for the Diagnosis of Gastrointestinal Inflammation in Endoscopic Biopsies From the Dog and Cat: A Report from the World Small Animal Veterinary Association Gastrointestinal Standardization Group
M.J. Day, T. Bilzer, J. Mansell, B. Wilcock, G. Guilford, E.J. Hall, A. Jergens, T. Minami, M. Willard, R. Washabau.
J Comp Path. ; 137:S1-S43, 2008.
Efficacy of Famotidine for the Prevention of Exercise-Induced Gastritis in Racing Alaskan Sled Dogs
K.K. Williamson, M.D. Willard, E.C. McKenzie, C.M. Royer, M.E. Payton, M.S. Davis.
. J Vet Intern Med . ; 21:924-927, 2007..
Effect of Exercise on Gastric Health in Field Retrievers
M.S. Davis, M.D. Willard, M.J. Day, J, McCann, M.E. Payton, S.L. Cummings.
Comparative Exercise Physiology. ; 12: 335-339.
Diagnostic Utility of Endoscopic Biopsy in Dogs and Cats with Gastrointestinal Disease
A.E. Jergens, M.D. Willard, K Allenspach.
The Veterinary Journal. ; 214: 35-39.
Effect of Simulated Deployment Patrols on Gastric Mucosa of Explosive Detection Dogs.
M. Davis, M. Willard, D. Bowers, M. Payton.
Comparative Exercise Physiology. ; .
Protein-losing Enteropathies
M.D. Willard.
Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine. ; .


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