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Garry Adams

Countries of InterestArgentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Malawi, Mexico, Peru, South Africa
Professional Areas of InterestImmunology, Cell Biology, Genomics, Infectious Disease, Pathology, Microbiology, Biodefense, Food Animal, Education
ResearchGenetic resistance to brucellosis in goats in Argentina in collaboration with INTA-Castellar, Buenos Aires, infectious diseases of food producing animals with UNAM, Mexico City
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Clay Ashley

Countries of InterestChina, Ethiopia, Mongolia
Professional Areas of InterestPublic Health, Production Medicine, Laboratory Animal Medicine, Food Animal
TeachingServed as guest lecturer to senior veterinary students at the Mongolian College of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia from 2002-2003; guest lecturer to veterinary students at the QianNan Prefecture College of Veterinary Technology in Duyun City, Guizhou Province, China from 2007-2008.
ActivitiesStarted a mixed animal veterinary training center in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolian to provide "hands-on" training to Mongolian veterinary students and veterinarians; helped start a beef cattle farm in Guizhou Province, China.
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Fuller Bazer

Countries of InterestIreland, Republic of Korea
Professional Areas of InterestImmunology, Reproductive Biology, Cell Biology, Physiology, Food Animal, Education
Activities

Ireland - Chair, External Scientific Advisory Board, Reproductive Biology Research Cluster Group, University College Dublin and collaborator on functional genomics of uterus and conceptus during the peri-implantation period of pregnancy in dairy and beef cattle. I spend 3 to 5 days per year at University College Dublin reviewing programs and planning experiments. Personnel from UC Dublin visit Texas A&M University to learn techniques in my laboratory.

Republic of Korea - serves as part-time as a professor in the WCU Program in Biomodulation that is in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Seoul National University and director of the Laboratory of Reproductive Biology. (Please contact Dr. Bazer for more information regarding his role here.)

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Bikash Bhattarai

Countries of InterestNepal
Professional Areas of InterestEpidemiology, Public Health
  
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Donald Brightsmith

Countries of InterestCosta Rica, Peru
Professional Areas of InterestEnvironmental Health, Infectious Disease, Ecology
ResearchTambopata Macaw Project - The Tambopata Macaw Project is a long term research project on the ecology and conservation of macaws and parrots in the lowlands of southeastern Peru. The goal of the project is to generate information on wild macaws and parrots macaws and use this information to improve the health and welfare of captive birds and aid the conservation of wild birds throughout the tropics. Research, independent study, rotation and internship opportunities are available through this program.
Teaching

Costa Rica Biomedical Sciences program This program provides required "core" courses and key electives for students working towards a degree in Biomedical Sciences along with Pre-Meds, Pre-Vets, and others from any major who want to take a semester abroad while still advancing their degree plan. Students will receive an in depth introduction to Costa Rican and Latin American health, conservation, culture, and nature, then learn and use Spanish through a combination of classes and home stays. Immunology and Physiological Chemistry will be taught with a "Latin flavor" to show how these sciences are applicable to Costa Rica and the world outside the classroom. Students will engage in many field trips to national parks, schools, beaches, clinics, markets, zoo, etc to learn about the health and conservation issues facing Latin America today.

Amazon Field School ABS Field School in the Peruvian Amazon introduces students to the social and biological realities of conservation and research in Latin America. Students have firsthand investigation into key resource management systems, and apply conservation research techniques. Students complete case studies of important resources found in lowland tropical forests of southeastern Peru. Students interact with a mix of native peoples, colonists, conservation organizations, loggers, gold miners, and eco-tourism experts.

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Christine Budke

Countries of InterestArgentina, China, Mexico, Mongolia, Peru, Switzerland
Professional Areas of InterestAnatomy, Environmental Health, Ecology, Avian Medicine, Education
ResearchTransmission and socioeconomic impact of parasitic zoonoses in Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, Mexico, and South America.
TeachingVIBS 489/689 (Mongolia Conservation Genetics and Conservation Medicine)
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Noah Cohen

Countries of InterestBrazil, Canada, France, Switzerland
Professional Areas of InterestEpidemiology, Genomics, Genetics, Infectious Disease, Medicine, Microbiology
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Thomas Craig

Countries of InterestColombia, Denmark, Grenada, Guyana, Macedonia, Mali, New Zealand, Slovenia
Professional Areas of InterestEpidemiology, Genomics, Infectious Disease, Public Health, Parasitology, Ecology, Production Medicine, Zoo, Exotic and Wildlife Medicine, Food Animal
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James Derr

Countries of InterestBotswana, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Tanzania, United Republic Of, Uganda, Zambia
Professional Areas of InterestGenomics, Genetics, Infectious Disease
TeachingUndergraduate, Graduate and Professional Veterinary Students interested in Conservation Medicine and Genetics.
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Maria Esteve-Gassent

Countries of InterestBrazil, Mexico, Spain
Professional Areas of InterestInfectious Disease, Pathology
Research

Brazil: Interest in the presence of pathogenic Borrelia species in sinantropic bats in Paraná, Brazil. Our research team will be acquiring blood and tissue samples from bats as well as ecto-parasites feeding on those bats to analyze the presence of pathogenic Borrelia. Our collaborators in Brazil have found Borrelia spp in bats blood and they are interested in determine whether those Borrelia species are pathogenic for humans and life stock, due to the high density of bats in that particular area, and the impact they can have on human and veterinary health.

Mexico: Study of Lyme disease in Center and Northern Mexico. During the Mid 1990’s there was a number of Lyme disease cases diagnosed in Central Mexico, and the numbers have been increasing considerably during the past few years. Our collaborators are scientist and physicians at the Pediatric Hospital in the Centro Médico Nacioal SXXI (IMSS) The objectives of this project are to analyze the expression of selected Borrelia-virulence markers associated with European and US borreliosis in tissues of potential reservoirs and vectors (ticks), and to determine regions of high-risk for Lyme disease in Mexico. The rationale is: we have documented B. burgdorferi infection in Mexican patients with clinical manifestations similar to those reported in both, US and Europe (Mexico diagnostic reference laboratory, unpublished).

Spain: Study of Membrane proteins of Borrelia burgdorferi, the causative agent of Lyme disease. Our collaborator is at the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology in the University of Valencia. Their expertise is in the study of hydrophobic domains of proteins and the study of their topology when associated to membranes.

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Virginia Fajt

Countries of InterestGermany, Italy
Professional Areas of InterestPharmacology, Food Animal, Education
TeachingBIMS Study Abroad - Biomedical Science majors have the opportunity to take three courses while studying in Padova, Italy. Eight to ten undergraduates are selected for this 6 week study abroad program. Courses offered include: Biomedical Physiology I (VTPP 423), Pharmacology (VTPP 425), and Famous Italian Medical Scientists (VTPP 485). BIMS students will attend lectures (labs) with first year and second year veterinary students at the University of Padova. BIMS students will be required to return to Texas A&M University at the end of the six weeks and complete the final four weeks of the Biomedical Physiology I course.
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Barbara Gastel

Countries of InterestChina, Mexico
Professional Areas of InterestScience/Tech Journalism, Education
Activities
  • Worked intermittently in China from 1983-1985 serving as a visiting professor at Beijing Medical University (now Peking University Health Science Center).
  • From 1996-2007 coordinated the US aspect of a program to teach biomedical writing and editing at leading health science centers in China and other Asian countries. Over the years has supervised 20 faculty members, interns, and visiting scholars from China
  • Each summer at Texas A&M gives a 3-week intensive course in research writing, mainly for researchers from outside the United States.
  • Main international involvement at present consists of serving as knowledge community editor for AuthorAID at INASP (www.authoraid.info), a project that helps researchers in developing countries to write about and publish their work.
  • Main contributor to AuthorAID blog, oversees the AuthorAID resource library, and gives workshops in developing countries
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Jay Griffin

Countries of InterestHaiti, Mongolia
Professional Areas of InterestNeuroscience, Neurology, Diagnostic Imaging, Radiology
ResearchRadiology and MRI
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James Herman

Countries of InterestItaly
Professional Areas of InterestPhysiology
ActivitiesTeach physiology to US undergraduate (BIMS) and veterinary students and Italian veterinary students in English in both Italy at the University of Padova's School of Veterinary Medicine and in at TAMU. Also have taught pharmacology to BIMS students and Italian veterinary students at the University of Padova.
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Sharman Hoppes

Countries of InterestPeru
Professional Areas of InterestZoo, Exotic and Wildlife Medicine, Avian Medicine
ResearchConservation of parrots, nutrition, grow of chicks, parasite loads and health of large parrots in the wild as well as effects of tourism on conservation
Teaching4th year DVM rotations in Peru, teaching conservation and field medicine and research.
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Jon Hunter

Countries of InterestItaly
Professional Areas of InterestPharmacology, Physiology
Teaching

The Veterinary International Leadership Program (VILP) is a four year international studies program for students in the veterinary professional curriculum. VILP is an educational partnership between Texas A&M, Tufts, and the University of Padova. Each year, twenty veterinary students are selected for the program: 8 incoming vet students to TAMU, 4 incoming vet students to Tufts, and 8 first year vet students at the University of Padova. These students attend six week workshops each summer for the first three years of the program and then complete clinical assignments during the fourth summer. The schedule for these workshops is as follows: First Summer - Physiology Workshop in College Station, Second Summer - General Pathology Workshop in Padova, Third Summer - Public Health and Food Safety Workshop in Padova, and Fourth Summer - Clinical Assignments in College Station.

BIMS Study Abroad - Biomedical Science majors have the opportunity to take three courses while studying in Padova, Italy. Eight to ten undergraduates are selected for this 6 week study abroad program. Courses offered include: Biomedical Physiology I (VTPP 423), Pharmacology (VTPP 425), and Famous Italian Medical Scientists (VTPP 485). BIMS students will attend lectures (labs) with first year and second year veterinary students at the University of Padova. BIMS students will be required to return to Texas A&M University at the end of the six weeks and complete the final four weeks of the Biomedical Physiology I course.

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Renata Ivanek-Miojevic

Countries of InterestBosnia And Herzegovina, Croatia, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Slovenia, Sweden, United Kingdom
Professional Areas of InterestEpidemiology, Food Safety, Infectious Disease, Public Health, Ecology, Biodefense
ResearchActive research on epidemiology of salmonella in pigs with Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Swedish National Veterinary Institute.
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Jan Janecka

Countries of InterestBhutan, China, India, Mongolia, Nepal, Pakistan
Professional Areas of InterestGenomics, Genetics, Ecology
TeachingNoninvasive genetic surveys and population genetics of snow leopard in Mongolia, Bhutan, Nepal, and India. Training local biologists and technicians in field and laboratory methods in wildlife monitoring and conservation genetics. Developed Mongolia Study Abroad Program in Conservation Genetics and Conservation Medicine (VIBS 485/685; WFSC 485/685)Noninvasive genetic surveys and population genetics of snow leopard in Mongolia, Bhutan, Nepal, and India. Training local biologists and technicians in field and laboratory methods in wildlife monitoring and conservation genetics. Developed Mongolia Study Abroad Program in Conservation Genetics and Conservation Medicine (VIBS 485/685; WFSC 485/685)
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Meredyth Jones

Countries of InterestMongolia
Professional Areas of InterestMedicine, Lameness, Field Service (Livestock), Production Medicine, Food Animal, Education
TeachingI have provided in-person lectures and hands-on laboratories for veterinarians, as well as being part of an ongoing program providing lectures for an online Master’s program for veterinarians in Mongolia.
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Linda Logan

Countries of InterestAfghanistan, Egypt, Ethiopia, Iraq, Kenya, Mali, Pakistan, Senegal
Professional Areas of InterestInfectious Disease, Public Health, Parasitology, Pathology, Medicine, Biodefense, Disaster Management, Zoo, Exotic and Wildlife Medicine
ActivitiesCVM Director of International Programs. Seeking new global opportunity for faculty and students. Experience with regulatory medicine at state, federal and international level. Organized animal health strategic planning for countries in conflict and capacity building workshops and training for developing countries for trans-boundary diseases diagnostics and surveillance, biosecurity and preparedness.
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Cassidy McCarthy

Countries of InterestIreland
Professional Areas of InterestInfectious Disease, Medicine, Virology
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Jeffrey Musser

Countries of InterestKenya
Professional Areas of InterestInfectious Disease, Pharmacology, Microbiology, Food Animal
ActivitiesNone active. Currently, Dr. Musser is a collaborator on proposals in Malawi and Kenya and is in the process of working on a venture with Kazakhstan.
PhotosGallery
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Waithaka Mwangi

Countries of InterestArgentina, Kenya, Mexico, United Kingdom
Professional Areas of InterestImmunology, Infectious Disease, Biodefense, Food Animal
Research
  • Collaborates with researchers at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) in Nairobi, Kenya in areas of diagnostics and vaccine development of African swine fever an d East Coast fever.
  • Collaborates with researchers at the Laboratorio de Inmunología, Centro de Investigación en Alimentación y Desarrollo in Sonora, Mexico trying to develop an effective vaccine against Porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus
  • Collaborates with researchers at the Instituto de Virología, Buenos Aires, Argentina in developing an effective vaccine against Foot and Mouth Dissease
  • Collaborates with researchers at The Roslin Institute, University of Edinburgh, UK in the area of vaccine efficacy enhancement
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Pablo Pinedo

Countries of InterestChile
Professional Areas of InterestEpidemiology, Genomics, Genetics, Infectious Disease, Food Animal
ActivitiesAnalysis of Chilean dairy data (Epidemiological and production data)
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Aline Rodrigues Hoffmann

Countries of InterestBrazil
Professional Areas of InterestToxicology, Infectious Disease, Pathology, Microbiology, Virology, Dermatology, Anatomic Pathology
ResearchI collaborate with the Pathology faculty at Universidade Federal de Santa Maria. Is actively seeking collaboration other institutions in South America.
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Juan Romano

Countries of InterestArgentina, Brazil, Chile, France, Germany, Italy, Paraguay, Peru, Spain, Uruguay
Professional Areas of InterestReproductive Biology, Field Service (Livestock), Production Medicine, Food Animal
TeachingAnimal reproduction. Theriogenology in large and small ruminants.
ResearchEstrus synchronization protocols. Endocrine profiles of estrous cycle in ruminants. Protocols of freezing semen. Embryo transfer in ruminants. Artificial insemination in large and small ruminants (vaginal, cervical and intrauterine). Pregnancy specific proteins of pregnancy. Pregnancy loss in ruminants
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Allen Roussel

Countries of InterestFrance, Germany, United Kingdom
Professional Areas of InterestInfectious Disease, Medicine, Food Animal
Research
  • Serving on a PhD jury in France
  • Serving on the Examination Committee of the European College of Bovine Health Management held in Germany.
  • Previously I spent 2 sabbaticals in France and helped with a study abroad course in Germany.
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Maya Scott

Countries of InterestItaly
Professional Areas of InterestToxicology, Pharmacology, Physiology
TeachingBIMS Study Abroad - Biomedical Science majors have the opportunity to take three courses while studying in Padova, Italy. Eight to ten undergraduates are selected for this 6 week study abroad program. Courses offered include: Biomedical Physiology I (VTPP 423), Pharmacology (VTPP 425), and Famous Italian Medical Scientists (VTPP 485). BIMS students will attend lectures (labs) with first year and second year veterinary students at the University of Padova. BIMS students will be required to return to Texas A&M University at the end of the six weeks and complete the final four weeks of the Biomedical Physiology I course.
News Check out this video of Dr. Maya Scott speaking about the Study Abroad program at the University of Padua
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Christopher Seabury

Countries of InterestPeru
Professional Areas of InterestGenomics, Genetics, Infectious Disease
ResearchConservation of parrots focusing on genomics
Teaching4th year DVM rotations in Peru, teaching conservation and field medicine and research
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Jone Stanley

Countries of InterestAustralia, India, Singapore
Professional Areas of InterestToxicology, Reproductive Biology, Oncology
Administrative ExperienceCommittee member - CVM PDA Association (2013-2014) Texas A&M University, USA ; General Secretary, (2007-2009) Student welfare Association, PG Men’s Hostel of University of Madras, India ; Member-Editorial board, (2012-till date) Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science, India ; Member-Editorial board, (2012-till date) CIBTech Journal of Zoology, India ; Member-Editorial board, (2012-till date) International Journal of Health Sciences and Research, Africa ; Member-Editorial board, (2012-till date) International Journal of Medicine and Molecular Medicine, USA ; Member-Board of Reviewing Editors, (2012-till date) - Tropical Livestock Production Journal, UAE ; Member-Editorial board, (2011-till date) American Journal of Medicine and Medical Sciences, USA ; Member-Editorial board, (2011-till date) Cancer and Clinical Oncology, Canada ; Member-Editorial board, (2011-till date) International Journal of Scientific and Research, France ; Reviewer, (2014-till date) Journal of Environmental & Analytical Toxicology, OMICS publications, USA ; Reviewer, (2014-till date) Natural Product Research, Taylor & Francis Journals, UK ; Reviewer, (2013-till date) Environmental Toxicology, Wiley Journals, USA ; Reviewing Editor, (2012-till date) Emirates Journal of Food and Agriculture, UAE ; Reviewer, (2012-till date) International Journal of Science and Advanced Technology, Korea ; Reviewer, (2012-till date) Chronicles of Young Scientists Journal, USA ; Reviewer, (2012-till date) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences B: Biological Sciences, India ; Reviewer, (2011-till date) Toxicology and Industrial Heath Journal, SAGE publication, UK ; Reviewer, (2011-till date) Biology and Biomedicine, WSEAS Journals, USA ; Reviewer, (2010-till date) Human and Experimental Toxicology Journal, SAGE publication, UK ; Reviewer, (2010-till date) Journal of Toxicology and Environmental Health Sciences, Academic Journals, Africa ; Reviewer, (2010-till date) Journal of Medicine, Public Journals, Africa ; Reviewer, (2010-till date) Journal of Cell and Animal Biology, Academic Journals, Africa
Conference / Symposium • XXI – National symposium of Society for reproductive biology and comparative endocrinology on ‘Recent advances in endocrinology and reproduction : evolutionary, biotechnological and clinical implications’ held at Banarus Hindu University, Varanasi, Utter Pradesh, India – February. – 2003 (Poster presentation). • XXIII – National symposium of Society for reproductive biology and comparative endocrinology, held at Visva-Bharathi University, Santhinikethan, West Bengal, India – February. 2005 (Poster presentation) • International symposium on “Translational research: apoptosis and cancer”, held at Rajiv Gandhi Centre for Biotechnology, Trivandrum, Kerala, India – December. 2005 (Symposium Lecture). • XXIV – National symposium of Society for reproductive biology and comparative endocrinology, held at Indian Institute of Technology Roorkee, Uttrangal, India – January. 2006 (Oral presentation). • XXV – National symposium of Society for reproductive biology and comparative endocrinology, held at University of Kerala, Trivandrum, Kerala, India – January. 2007 (Oral presentation). • XXVI – National symposium of Society for reproductive biology and comparative endocrinology, held at Holy Cross College, Trichy, Tamilnadu, India – January. 2008 (Oral presentation). • International conference on ‘Novel updates in reproductive biology and comparative endocrinology’, held at University of Hyderabad, Andra Pradesh, India – January. 2009 (Oral presentation - Prof. N.J. Chinoy award for best oral presentation). • 6th Annual conference of Indian Thyroid Society, held at Gandhi Medical College, Hyderabad, Andra Pradesh, India – March
  
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George Stoica

Countries of InterestFrance, Germany, Italy, Romania
Professional Areas of InterestImmunology, Toxicology, Neuroscience, Cell Biology, Genetics, Pathology, Imaging, Oncology, Virology, Laboratory Animal Medicine
TeachingIsrael and Romania, Veterinary Schools
ActivitiesExchange of Scholars, seminar presentation and participation at international meetings and congresses. Reviewer for international journals and also peer reviewer for international “Spontaneous Tumor Program” – France.
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Ian Tizard

Countries of InterestArgentina, Canada, Costa Rica, Peru
Professional Areas of InterestImmunology, Neuroscience, Genomics, Infectious Disease, Virology, Zoo, Exotic and Wildlife Medicine, Avian Medicine
Research

Peru: The college has two formal agreements (Convenios) with the main Peruvian Veterinary Schools. Heredia Cayetana and San Marcos. Both commit us to collaborate in the area of avian research and conservation. There are multiple collaborative projects underway in Tambopata, in investigating the wild bird trade and in studying the epidemiology of selected avian diseases.

Argentina: The Schubot Center is supporting a project to determine causes of nestling mortality in the Patagonian subspecies of the peregrine falcon.

Canada: The Schubot Center is collaborating with scientists at the University of Guelph on the detection of avian bornavirus in arctic waterfowl.

TeachingCosta Rica. Dr. Tizard will be participating in teaching a course on Immunology at the Texas A&M Soltis Center in the spring semester 2012. This will provide opportunities to develop programs in exotic bird health.
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Shannon Washburn

Countries of InterestItaly
Professional Areas of InterestFood Safety, Reproductive Biology, Genomics, Genetics, Science/Tech Journalism, Cardiology, Biodefense, Anesthesia
Teaching

The Veterinary International Leadership Program (VILP) is a four year international studies program for students in the veterinary professional curriculum. VILP is an educational partnership between Texas A&M, Tufts, and the University of Padova. Each year, twenty veterinary students are selected for the program: 8 incoming vet students to TAMU, 4 incoming vet students to Tufts, and 8 first year vet students at the University of Padova. These students attend six week workshops each summer for the first three years of the program and then complete clinical assignments during the fourth summer. The schedule for these workshops is as follows: First Summer - Physiology Workshop in College Station, Second Summer - General Pathology Workshop in Padova, Third Summer - Public Health and Food Safety Workshop in Padova, and Fourth Summer - Clinical Assignments in College Station.

BIMS Study Abroad - Biomedical Science majors have the opportunity to take three courses while studying in Padova, Italy. Eight to ten undergraduates are selected for this 6 week study abroad program. Courses offered include: Biomedical Physiology I (VTPP 423), Pharmacology (VTPP 425), and Famous Italian Medical Scientists (VTPP 485). BIMS students will attend lectures (labs) with first year and second year veterinary students at the University of Padova. BIMS students will be required to return to Texas A&M University at the end of the six weeks and complete the final four weeks of the Biomedical Physiology I course.

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Jeremy Wasser

Countries of InterestAustria, Germany, Netherlands, Switzerland
Professional Areas of InterestPhysiology, Education
TeachingProgram leader for multiple, faculty-led study abroad programs for TAMU undergraduates and veterinary students in the target countries. The undergraduate programs focus on the history of medicine (human and veterinary) as well as provide a study abroad platform for students to complete required coursework in BIMS, BMEN, and allied life science majors. The veterinary student study abroad program focuses broadly on veterinary medicine in Europe (training, practice, the animal health industry, transnational regulatory and animal health issues in the EU).
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C. Jane Welsh

Countries of InterestArgentina, France, Germany, United Kingdom
Professional Areas of InterestImmunology, Neuroscience, Cell Biology, Genetics, Infectious Disease, Neurology, Microbiology, Virology
ResearchCollaborations with Veterinary School Hannover Germany
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James Womack

Countries of InterestBrazil, Republic of Korea
Professional Areas of InterestGenomics, Genetics, Infectious Disease, Biodefense
Activities

Brazil: research collaboration on river buffalo genomics

China: research collaboration on goat genomics

South Korea: research in genetics of innate immunity in food animals at Seoul National University. Teaching graduate courses in 'Genes and Function' and 'Biomodel Development'

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Ence Yang

Countries of InterestChina
Professional Areas of InterestGenomics, Genetics, Microbiology
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Shuping Zhang

Countries of InterestChina
Professional Areas of InterestMicrobiology
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Guan Zhu

Countries of InterestChina, Mexico
Professional Areas of InterestGenomics, Infectious Disease, Parasitology, Microbiology, Biodefense
Research

In China: Collaborative research with scientists at various institutions and projects (e.g., Zhejiang University, Hangzhou; China Agricultural University, Beijing; China CDC, Shanghai; Hunan Agricultural University; China Veterinary Research Institute, Lanzhou; Jilin University, Chuangchun)

In Mexico: Collaborative research with scientists at Center for Research and Advanced Studies, PN, Mexico City.

ActivitiesOversea Council Member in the Chinese Society of Veterinary Parasitology
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