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Kate Creevy

Associate Professor

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Department: VSCS

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Education

  • M.S. Infectious Disease, University of Georgia 2007
  • Residency Small Animal Internal Medicine, University of Georgia 2007
  • Fellowship Cancer Research Training Award, National Cancer Institute, NIH 2003
  • Internship Small Animal Rotating, University of Minnesota 1999
  • D.V.M., University of Tennesse 1998
  • B.S. Biology, Georgetown University 1994

Credentials

  • Texas Veterinary Medical License: 14191
  • Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (SAIM)

Scholarly Interests

I am a board-certified small animal veterinary internist, with ongoing research interests in infectious disease, pedagogical theory in science education, and the genetic and environmental determinants of canine aging including comparative morbidity and mortality within and among dog breeds.

Publications

Do Female Dogs Age Differently Than Male Dogs?
Jessica M Hoffman, Dan G O'Neill, Kate E Creevy, Steven N Austad
The journals of gerontology. Series A, Biological sciences and medical sciences. 2017
A randomized controlled trial to establish effects of short-term rapamycin treatment in 24 middle-aged companion dogs.
Silvan R Urfer, Tammi L Kaeberlein, Susan Mailheau, Philip J Bergman, Kate E Creevy, Daniel E L Promislow, Matt Kaeberlein
GeroScience. 2017 39(2):117-127.
Asymptomatic heart valve dysfunction in healthy middle-aged companion dogs and its implications for cardiac aging.
Silvan R Urfer, Tammi L Kaeberlein, Susan Mailheau, Philip J Bergman, Kate E Creevy, Daniel E L Promislow, Matt Kaeberlein
GeroScience. 2017 39(1):43-50.
Multiple morbidities in companion dogs: a novel model for investigating age-related disease
Kelly Jin, Jessica M. Hoffman, Kate E. Creevy, Dan G. O’Neill, Daniel E.L. Promislow
Pathobiology of Aging and Age Related Disease. 2016 6.
Assessing Academic Self-Efficacy, Knowledge, and Attitudes in Undergraduate Physiology Students
Andrew D. Woolcock, Kate E. Creevy, Amanda E. Coleman, James N. Moore, Scott A. Brown
American Journal of Education Research. 2016 4(9):652.


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