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
Associate 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-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. 89:3408-3412, 2006
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, 2001.