Personal HistoryB.S., Biochemistry (Magna cum Laude) 1994 Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine 1997 Virginia-Maryland Regional College of Veterinary Medicine
My research is focused in two primary areas - composite tissue transplantation and infectious disease research.
As a member of the Comparative Medicine Program and a Laboratory Animal Veterinarian, I am very interested in health problems that affect humans and animals. An excellent area to combine these interests is in the area of infectious disease, since many diseases affect both people and animals. My collaboration in this area (specifically the pathogenesis and modulation of Shigellosis, an enteric pathogen of multiple species, including humans) has been very stimulating and interesting. In addition to this work, our investigation of transplantation of composite tissue and the modulation of the immune response to this tissue has been both challenging and exciting. I look forward to continuing these areas of study and taking advantage of whatever opportunities present themselves in the future.
Shipley, S.T., Benazzi, C., O'Neill, T., Smith, J.M., Tatarov, I., DeTolla, L.J. Second Occurrence of Mammary Ductular Adenocarcinoma in a Rhesus Macaque, proceeding of the European Society of Veterinary Pathology (ESP), Olsztyn, Poland, September 15-18, 2004
Khachik, F., London, E., de Moura, F., Johnson, M., Steidl, S., DeTolla, L.J., Shipley, S., Sanchez, B., Chen, X-Q., Flaws, J., Fowler, B., Lutty, G. and McLeod, S., Chronic ingestion of (3R, 3'R, 6'R) * lutein and (3R, 3'R) * zeaxanthin in female rhesus macaque primates, at the 14th International Carotenoid Symposium, Edinburgh, Scotland, 2005
Shipley, S.T., Kolappaswamy, K., McLeod Jr., C.G., Hungerford, L., DeTolla, L.J. Simian Varicella Virus Infection in a Colony-Reared Rhesus Macaque (Macaca mulatta), Association of Primate Veterinarians 33rd Annual Workshop, St. Louis, MO, November 3-4, 2005