Snider, Timothy AAssociate Professor
Specialty: Diagnostic anatomic pathology, large animal medicine and pathology
BS Animal Science: Oklahoma State University, 1993
DVM: Oklahoma State University, 1996
Pathology Residency: University of Tennessee, 2001
PhD in Infectious Diseases: Oklahoma State University, 2005
American College of Veterinary Pathologists (ACVP)
Department: Veterinary Pathobiology
Dr. Tim Snider is a board-certified veterinary pathologist providing service, teaching, and research activities to the Oklahoma State Center for Veterinary Health Sciences. He practiced mixed animal veterinary medicine in rural Oklahoma for three years prior to returning to academia and completing advanced training and education at the University of Tennessee and Oklahoma State University. Currently, Dr. Sniderís service activities include diagnostic necropsy and surgical biopsy service for all animal species. He teaches general pathology, the pathobiology components of various professional courses, and teaches a course in zoonotic diseases. His primary research focus is pre-harvest food safety with E. coli O157 cattle studies, and he collaborates on other projects requiring pathology and diagnostic support. He is married, has three children, and raises cattle, horses, and hay on 40 acres.
Licenses: Oklahoma, Tennessee
Fields of Interest:
Pathology of alimentary, nervous, and reproductive systems; pathology of parasitic disease; zoonotic and emerging diseases; international rural development and animal health assistance; diseases of swine; large animal medicine and pathology
Current Research Focus:
Modeling of intestinal bacterial disease, especially of E. coli O157 in cattle.
Co-Investigator: Various field and experimental studies in the fields of alimentary pathology, oncology, parasitology, exotic animal medicine, etc.
Partial Publication List: (PubMed) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?term=Snider%20TA