Kenneth Salleng, D.V.M.
veterinary pathology, zebra finches, aquatic frogs and rodents
My research interests come from training in veterinary pathology and specialization in laboratory animal medicine. I have directed sentinel health monitoring programs at multiple institutions and have been responsible for maintaining veterinary anatomic and clinical pathology laboratories. In addition, I have provided collaborative anatomic pathology evaluation for many researchers. My primary areas of interest include naturally occurring infectious disease of laboratory animals. Specific areas of interest are the pathology of zebra finches, aquatic frog species and rodents.
Last updated on 2010-05-10
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