Ph.D. - University of Minnesota
M.B.A. - University of Minnesota
My research primarily involves the analysis and interpretation of production and financial records from swine herds. As part of this effort, I recently developed and distributed a software template for analyzing the financial feasibility and return on investment that might be expected for entering into contractual production relationships. I teach epidemiology and applied statistics to veterinary and graduate students and also work with pork producers and practicing veterinarians to help them meet their goals.
For a listing of recent publications, refer to PubMed, a service provided by the National Library of Medicine, or Google Scholar.
NPB, Impact of pigs entering a region of feasibility of PRRSv eradication, 2010-2011
BI, Comparison of whole herd exposure programs as an aid in eliminating PRRS virus from sow herds, 2010-2011
Honors and Awards
- American Association of Swine Practitioners National Meritorious Service Award, 1995
PRRS Virus Regional Elimination Project (login required)