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Dr. Berit Bangoura , DVM, Ph.D., DipEVPC

                   

berit bangoura

Contact Information:

WSVL 122A

307-766-9959

bbangour@uwyo.edu

Curriculum Vitae

Publication List


Education:

Sep. 2015             

Habilitation, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Leipzig University. Topic of the habilitation thesis: “Toxoplasmosis and eimeriosis-associated enteritis – practically relevant and comparative aspects and of different coccidioses in poultry“; Supervisor: Prof. Dr. A. Daugschies

Since Jan. 2014                    

EBVS® European Veterinary Specialist in Parasitology - Diplomate of the European Veterinary Parasitology College®

Since May 2009                   

Specialist in Veterinary Parasitology (Germany)

Mar. 2008                             

PhD (Dr. med. vet.; magna cum laude), Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Leipzig University. Topic of the dissertation thesis: “Studies on the characterization and metaphylactic control of   Eimeria zuernii – coccidiosis in calves“; Supervisor: Prof. Dr. A. Daugschies

Mar. 2003                             

Veterinary Approbation (DVM, Germany)

Oct. 1997 – Feb. 2003      

Veterinary medical studies at Leipzig University, Leipzig, Germany, completed with State Examination                    


Research Interests:

Our research focuses on unicellular Apicomplexan protozoa. One important representative is Eimeria, an intestinal parasite and cause of diarrhea in young animals. This parasite causes considerable losses in the livestock industry, and is highly abundant in wildlife as well. Our major working fields are epidemiology and control of Apicomplexa, as well as interaction of apicomplexan parasites with other pathogens. Additionally, helminths and other animal parasites that strongly affect livestock and wildlife health represent another important research interest.


Memberships:

American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians

European Veterinary Parasitology College

German Veterinary Society e. V. (DVG), section Parasitology and Parasitic Diseases

German Research Platform for Zoonoses


Teaching:

PATB 4500/5500 ● Veterinary Paristology (Fall semesters), 4 credit hours


Contact Us

College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

Department of Veterinary Sciences

1174 Snowy Range Rd

Laramie, WY 82070

Phone: 307-766-9926

Fax: 307-721-2051

Email: vetscience@uwyo.edu

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