On August 1st, I joined M.D. Anderson’s Keeling Center for Comparative Medicine and Research as an Assistant Professor, Research Faculty Appointment. I’m very excited to start this next chapter of my career and look forward to continuing my research on T. cruzi, mastering non-human primate pathology, contributing to GLP pre-clinical drug studies, and working to […]
I am a veterinary pathologist at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center Keeling Center for Comparative Medicine and Research. My research interests include comparative pathology, animal models, within-host pathogen interactions, and zoonotic disease ecology and epidemiology.
I’ve accepted a position as a “Lecturer” in anatomic pathology in the Veterinary Pathobiology department at Texas A&M University. The primary responsibilities of this position are to oversee and teach pathology residents and vet students on the necropsy service in the pathology diagnostic lab at the veterinary teaching hospital. The position also affords some flex […]
Exciting publication from a really cool side project – we identified a novel poxvirus in skin lesions of wild Baiomys mice in Texas. This was a great collaboration between Texas A&M Vet Med, Wildlife & Fisheries, and the CDC! https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/eid/article/24/6/17-2057_article
Very excited that we were awarded a $30,000 grant from the American College of Lab Animal Medicine (ACLAM) Foundation to study transmission ecology of Trypanosoma cruzi among non-human primates in a research and breeding facility in Central Texas. We in the Hamer lab have been collaborating with researchers at this facility for a few years (see […]
Another chapter of my dissertation now published online in EcoHealth journal. Check it out! Trypanosoma cruzi Transmission Among Captive Nonhuman Primates, Wildlife, and Vectors. CL Hodo, GK Wilkerson, EC Birkner, SB Gray, SA Hamer https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs10393-018-1318-5