Dr. Landolt is an Assistant Professor of Equine Medicine. Dr. Landolt's research focuses on infectious respiratory pathogens and pulmonary damage resulting from infectious disease. Specifically her laboratory has ongoing projects in development of a tissue culture system that models pulmonary vasculature, and is evaluating host adaptation to new strains of influenza and cross-species transmission events. Her laboratory also provides surveillance for influenza in wild animals that might serve as reservoirs or vectors for influenza exposure to humans and other species.
MS, Veterinary Science, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2000DVM, University of Zurich, Switzerland, 1993PhD, Comparative Biomedical Science, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2005MS, Epidemiology, University of Zurich, Switzerland, 1995
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine (Large Animal Internal Medicine)
Landolt, GA, SB Hussey, K Kreutzer, A Quintana and DP Lunn. Low-dose DNA vaccination into the submandibular lymph nodes in ponies. Vet Rec 2010;167:302-303.Quintana, AM, SB Hussey, EC Burr, HL Pecoraro, KM Annis, S Rao, and GA Landolt. Restricted infectivity of a canine lineage H3N8 influenza A virus in ponies and in primary respiratory epithelial cells. AJVR (in press)Soboll, G, S Hussey, JM Minke, GA Landolt, JS Hunter, S Jagannatha, and DP Lunn. Onset and duration of immunity to equine influenza virus resulting from canarypox-vectored (ALVAC) vaccination. Vet Immun Immunopathol 2010;135:100-107.Goehring, LG, GA Landolt, and PS Morley. Detection and managment of an outbreak of EHV-1 infections and associated neurological disease in a Veterinary Teaching Hospital. J Vet Intern Med 2010;24:1176-1183.Ashton, L, RJ Callan, S Rao, and GA Landolt. In vitro susceptibility of canine influenza A (H3N8) virus to nitazoxanide and tizoxanide. Vet Med Int. 2010;2010:891010.Barrell, EA, HL Pecoraro, C Torres-Henderson, PS Morley, KF Lunn, and GA Landolt. Seroprevalence and risk factors for canine influenza virus exposure in household dogs in Colorado. J Vet Intern Med 2010;24:1524-1527.