Hana Van Campen

Faculty Biomedical Sciences

W115 Arbl

970-297-1287

About Hana

Diagnostic Virology and Viral Pathogenesis. I supervise the virology, virology/serology and molecular diagnostic sections of CSU's Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory in which tests are performed to diagnose viral diseases of livestock, companion animals and wildlife. I also participate in field investigations of suspected viral diseases and in extension activities. My research focus is bovine viral diarrhea virus (BVDV), an economically important pathogen of western beef cattle. Current research projects include the pathogenesis of BVDV fetal infections, and the epidemiology of BVDV in feedlot cattle and in wildlife.

Education

DVM, Purdue University, 1984BS, University of California, Davis, 1975PhD, University of Wisconsin, Madison, 1989MS, University of California, Davis, 1978

Certifications

Professional
Board certification, American College of Veterinary Microbiologists, subspecialties in Virology and Immunology

Publications

Hansen, T.R, Smirnova, N.P., Van Campen, H., Shoemaker, M.L., Ptitsyn, A.A. and H. Bielefeldt-Ohmann. 2010. Maternal and fetal response to fetal persistent infection with bovine viral diarrhea virus. American Journal of Reproductive Immunology, 64 (4): 295-306. Van Campen, H. and J. Rhyan. 2010. The role of wildlife in diseases of cattle. In: Veterinary Clinics of North America. Emerging and re-emerging diseases of cattle. Vol. 26(1), pp. 147-161.

Research Specialty

Food Animal Exclusive/Predominant

                


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