Andrea Bohn

Associate Professor Microbiology, Immunology, and Pathology

108 Diagnostic Medicine Center

(970) 297-5111

About Andrea

Dr. Bohn's position is heavily weighted in teaching and service, therefore she predominately has interest in collaborations and clinical projects. With an interest in many aspects of veterinary clinical pathology and in working to update and advance the profession's knowledge base and diagnostic capabilities, her most recent project is evaluation of the proteome of dog urine during acute renal failure.


PhD, Pathology, Colorado State University , 1997DVM, Veterinary Medicine, University of Minnesota, 1988BA, Chemistry, Stephens College, 1984


Diplomate, Clinical Pathology
American College of Veterinary Pathology


What is your diagnosis? Intracranial mass in a dog. AG Miller, CH Halsey, MD Miller, AA Bohn. ACCEPTED, pending minor revision, Vet Clin Path. Localization of canine, feline and mouse renal membrane proteins. Laura E. Brandt, Andrea A. Bohn, Joseph B. Charles, E.J. Ehrhart. ACCEPTED in Vet Pathol.Serum Chloride and Bicarbonate Concentrations have a Strong Inverse Correlation after Correction for Sodium Concentration and Anion Gap in Dogs. HS Meltesen and AA Bohn. Awaiting reviewer scores in Vet Clin Path. C. Kenyon, R. J. Basaraba, A. A. Bohn. The Influence of Endurance Exercise on Serum Iron Status and Acute Phase Proteins in Racing Sled Dogs. ACCEPTED by JAVMA.