John R. Wenz DVM, MS
Field Disease Investigation Unit
BS Cornell University 1991
DVM University of Illinois 1996
MS Colorado State University 1999
- Clinical Mastitis Severity
- Fresh Cow Monitoring
- Impact of Herd Health Records
- Teaching Clinical Problem Solving
Food Animal Medicine and Surgery Intern, College of Veterinary
Medicine, Colorado State University 1996-1997
Veterinarian, Copake Veterinary Hospital, Copake, NY
1999-2001.Assistant Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine,
Colorado State University 2001-2006
Assistant Professor, College of Veterinary Medicine, Washington
State University Feb. 2007 â€“ Present.
Wenz JR, Garry FB, Barrington GM.
Comparison of severity classification schemes for dairy cattle with
acute coliform mastitis. J. Am Vet. Med. Assoc. 229:259-262, 2006.
Wenz JR, Barrington GM, Garry FB, Ellis, RP, Magnuson, RJ.
Escherichia coli isolates serotype, genotype and virulence genes and
clinical coliform mastitis severity in dairy cattle. J. Dairy Sci.
Wenz JR, Garry FB, Lombard JE, Elia R, Prentice D, Dinsmore RP.
Short Communication: Efficacy of parenteral ceftiofur for treatment
of systemically mild clinical mastitis in dairy cattle. J. Dairy
Sci. 88:3496-3499, 2005.
Wenz JR, Barrington GM, Garry FB, Dinsmore RP, Callan RJ. Use of
systemic disease signs to assess disease severity in dairy cows with
acute coliform mastitis. J Am Vet Med Assoc, 218:567-572, 2001.
Wenz JR, Barrington GM, Garry FB, McSweeney K, Dinsmore RP, Goodell
G, Callan RJ. Bacteremia associated with naturally occurring acute
coliform mastitis in dairy cows. J Am Vet Med Assoc, 219:976-981,