Diplomate, America College of Veterinary Pathologists
Member, American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians
Member, American Society for Virology
Member, North Dakota Veterinary Medical Association
Pecoraro HL, Stenger BS, Rice LE, Webb BT. Gross and histologic description of trematodosis in fetal and neonatal beef calves in North Dakota and Minnesota. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, accepted.
Casselli T, Vomhkof-Dekrey EE, Tourand Y, Pecoraro HL, Brissette CA. A murine model of Lyme disease demonstrates that Borrelia burgdorferi colonizes the dura mater and induces inflammation in the central nervous system. PLoS Pathog 2021;17(2):e1009256.
Sohrabi M, Pecoraro HL, Combs, CK. Gut inflammation induced by dextran sulfate sodium exacerbates Aβ plaque deposition in the AppNL-G-F mouse model of Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 2021:79(3):1235-1255.
Pecoraro HL, Haertel A, Cullin C, Prongay K, Lewis AD, Ducore R. Cerebral cysts of ependymal or ventricular origin in a juvenile rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta) with neurologic signs. ). Journal of Medical Primatology 2019; 48(6):378-380.
Pecoraro HL, Berg M, Dozier B, Martin LD, Davies M, McEvoy C, Ducore R. Candida albicans-related sepsis in a preterm neonatal rhesus macaque (Macaca mulatta). Journal of Medical Primatology 2019;48(3):186-188.
Pecoraro HL, Felippe JB, Miller AD, Divers TJ, Simpson KW, Guyer KM, Duhamel GE. Neuroborreliosis in a horse with common variable immunodeficiency disease. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 2019;31(2):241-245
Pecoraro HL, Thompson B, Duhamel GE. Histopathology case definition of naturally acquired Salmonella enterica serovar Dublin infection in young Holstein cattle in the northeastern United States. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation 2017;29:860-864.
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