Paul MorleyClinical Sciences
Dr. Morley is Professor of Epidemiology and Infection Control. His research examines patterns of zoonotic and infectious disease occurrence, risk factors, diagnostic tests, and methods of prevention in affected animals. Examples of his research activities include investigation of zoonotic pathogens (such as Salmonella and E. coli O157) in cattle and horses, antimicrobial drug use and antimicrobial resistance in cattle and hospitalized animals, and control of nosocomial infections in veterinary hospitals all of which impact the human-animal interface. Dr. Morley oversees occupational health and safety issues at the Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
EducationPhD, University of Saskatchewan, 1995BS, Veterinary Sciences - Washington State University, 1987DVM, Washington State University, 1989BS, Animal Sciences - Washington State University, 1986
Diplomate American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine - Large Animal