NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine Faculty Mentors

Kristine AlpiKristine Alpi
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Population Health & Pathobiology
Research Interests: Informatics and library science

Ronald E. Baynes
Professor of Pharmacology
Research Interests: Pharmacokinetics

Edward Breitschwerdt
Professor, Internal Medicine
Adjunct Professor of Medicine, Duke University
Research Interests: Infectious diseases and immunology

Maria T. Correa
Professor, Epidemiology and Public Health
Research Interests: Study design, public health epidemiology, agricultural health and trade, risk analysis, and zoonosis.

Peter Cowen
Associate Professor Epidemiology, Public Health and Population Medicine
Research Interests: Epidemiology, public health and population medicine

Craig Harms
Associate Professor, Aquatic, Wildlife, and Zoologic Medicine
Research Interests: Clinical investigations of aquatic and nondomestic animal health.

Jay F. Levine
Professor, Epidemiology and Public Health
Adjunct Professor, UNC School of Public Health, Dept. of Epidemiology
Research Interests: Aquatic animal epidemiology, food safety (molluscan shellfish products) and environmental contaminants on aquatic animal health

Stacy A. C. Nelson
Associate Professor
Research Interests: Use remote sensing and GIS technologies to address both regional and local-scale questions of land use/cover change and also the impact of this change on inland lakes, wetland, and coastal ecosystems, as well as their associated effects on water quality and fisheries ecology.

Malcolm Roberts
Professor and Department Head
Research Interests: Equine Medicine, epidemiology, public health, and population medicine

Barrett D. Slenning
Associate Professor Ruminant Production Medicine, Economics, and Epidemiology
Leader, Animal Biosecurity Risk Management Group
Population Medicine Program
Research Interests: Ruminant production medicine, economics, and epidemiology

Michael Stoskopf
Professor of Aquatics, Wildlife, and Zoologic Medicine and of Molecular and Environmental Toxicology
Research Interests: Environmental medicine applied to wildlife, health risk assessment, lipid biochemistry, and paleoecology.

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If you have questions or would like more information about the this program, please contact:

Jay Levine, DVM, MPH
Professor, Epidemiology and Public Health, NCSU College of Veterinary Medicine
Phone: 919 513-6397

Andrew Olshan, PhD
Department of Epidemiology, Chair
Phone: 919 966-7424

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