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  Home > Graduate Programs and Degrees Offered > Veterinary Medicine Graduate Program > VMED Faculty > Peter Davies
 

Peter Davies

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Professor

Contact Information:
Phone: 612-625-8290
Email: davie001@umn.edu

Degrees
B.V.Sc. (Honors) Melbourne University 1975
Ph.D.University of Sydney, New South Wales

Research Interests

  • Swine health and production
  • Foodborne pathogens and zoonotic disease in food animal production systems
  • Veterinary epidemiology
  • Antimicrobial use in food animal production and antimicrobial resistance
  • Disease surveillance and regional disease control
  • Societal issues related to food animal production

Representative Publications

Davies PR, Hurd, HS, Funk JA, Fedorka-Cray PJ, Jones FT. (2004). The role of contaminated feed in the epidemiology and control of Salmonella enterica in pork production. Foodborne Pathogens and Disease 1:202-215.

Gebreyes W,A Davies PR, Turkson PK, Morrow WE, Funk JA, Altier C. (2004). Salmonella enterica serovars from pigs on farms and after slaughter and validity of using bacteriologic data to define herd Salmonella status. J Food Prot. 67:691-697.

Gebreyes WA, Thakur S, Davies PR, Funk JA, Altier C. (2004).Trends in antimicrobial resistance, phage types and integrons among Salmonella serotypes from pigs, 1997-2000. Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy 53:997-1003.

Gebreyes WA, Davies PR, Turkson PK, Morrow WE, Funk JA, Altier C, Thakur S. (2004). Characterization of antimicrobial-resistant phenotypes and genotypes among Salmonella enterica recovered from pigs on farms, from transport trucks, and from pigs after slaughter. J Food Prot. 67:698-705.

Clark RG, Fenwick SG, Nicol CM, Marchant RM, Swanney S, Gill JM, Holmes JD, Leyland M, Davies PR (2004). Salmonella Brandenburg - emergence of a new strain affecting stock and humans in the South Island of New Zealand. New Zealand Veterinary Journal 52:26-36).

Boxall NS, Perkins NR, Marks D, Jones B, Fenwick SG, Davies PR. (2003). Free available chlorine in commercial broiler chicken drinking water in New Zealand. Journal of Food Protection 66:2164-2167.

Wilson PR, Davies, PR. (2003) Deer diseases and human health: An internationally significant issue. Ecoscience, Quebec, 10:27-33

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