Dr. Thomas Wittum is a Professor of Veterinary Epidemiology in the Department of Veterinary Preventive Medicine at The Ohio State University. He completed MS and PhD programs in Veterinary Epidemiology at Colorado State University in 1992. He came to Ohio in 1995 after completing a postdoctoral research position with the USDA's Agricultural Research Service. His current responsibilities include teaching veterinary epidemiology and preventive medicine in the professional veterinary medicine and graduate programs at OSU. His research focus is on the epidemiology of infectious diseases in livestock populations, with emphasis on the relationships between health and production in food animals. His current research in the area of zoonotic disease includes investigations of the ecology of antimicrobial resistance in intensively managed livestock operations, as well as the direct and food-borne zoonotic transmission of enteric pathogens.
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2008 Midwest Veterinary Conference
131 - A Retrospective Study of Letospirosis in Ohio Animals Between 2002 - 2005/Current Issues in Antimicrobial Resistance