Search for Faculty

Photo: John Madigan

John Madigan- BS, DVM, MS
Professor
Medicine & Epidemiology

2415A Tupper Hall
Davis, CA 95616

+1 530 752 6513
jemadigan@ucdavis.edu

   

Research Focus

Equine and Comparative Neurology, Neonatal medicine, Transition of consciousness at birth in infants and neonatal foals, Trigeminal Mediated Headshaking, Infectious disease

Education

1970 BS Animal Science, University of California, Davis,
1972 MS Animal Science, University of California, Davis,
1975 DVM , University of California, Davis,

Honors and Awards

2014 Milne Lecture -Lifetime Achievement Award - American Association of Equine Practitioners’ 2014
2013 Distinguished Professor - University of California -Davis
2008 Alumni Achievement Award, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine
2008 UC Davis Centennial Fall Convocation Speaker, Mondavi Center, UC Davis
2007 Legend of Academic Medicine, Large Animal Medicine, Kansas State University
2006 American Red Cross Hero Award, Animal Rescue Category
2006 US House of Representatives Certificate of Special Congressional Recognition Award (Congressman Mike Thompson)
2006 California State Assembly Certificate of Recognition
2006 American Association of Equine Practitioners Distinguished Service Award
2006 Letter of Commendation (Congressman Wally Herger)
2006 American Veterinary Medical Association Welfare Award
1997 Certificate of Appreciation for Flood Emergency Workers Recognition Day
1996 Pfizer Award Research Excellence
1994 US Army Certificate of Appreciation for Sling Rescue Operations

Licenses

Diplomate American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Diplomate American College of Animal Welfare

Active Research Grants

Co-Principal Investigator, Neurosteroid Biomarkers for Kangaroo Mother Care (KMC), Vinod K. Bhutani (Principal Investigator), Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Grand Challenges Explorations

Most Recent 10 Publications

  • John Madigan: Drug residues after intravenous anesthesia and intrathecal lidocaine hydrochloride euthanasia in horses 2016 Aleman M, Davis E, Knych H, Guedes A, Smith F, Madigan JE Drug residues after intravenous anesthesia and intrathecal lidocaine hydrochloride euthanasia in horses J Vet Intern Med,
  • John Madigan: Electrophysiologic study of a method of euthanasia using intrathecal lidocaine hydrochloride administered during intravenous anesthesia in horses 2015 Aleman M, Davis E, Williams DC, Madigan JE, Smith F, Guedes A Electrophysiologic study of a method of euthanasia using intrathecal lidocaine hydrochloride administered during intravenous anesthesia in horses J Vet Intern Med,
  • John Madigan: Cerebral and brainstem electrophysiologic activity during euthanasia with pentobarbital sodium in horses. 2015 Aleman M, Williams DC, Guedes A, Madigan JE Cerebral and brainstem electrophysiologic activity during euthanasia with pentobarbital sodium in horses. J Vet Intern Med,
  • John Madigan: Risk of false positive genetic associations in complex traits with underlying population structure: A case study 2014 Finno CJ, Aleman M, Higgins RJ, Madigan JE, Bannasch DL Risk of false positive genetic associations in complex traits with underlying population structure: A case study Vet J,
  • John Madigan: Atlanto-axial approach for cervical myelography in a Thoroughbred horse with complete fusion of the atlanto-occipital bones 2014 Aleman M, Dimock AN, Wisner ER, Prutton JW, Madigan JE Atlanto-axial approach for cervical myelography in a Thoroughbred horse with complete fusion of the atlanto-occipital bones Can Vet J,
  • John Madigan: Factors associated with survival in 148 recumbent horses 2014 Winfield LS, Kass PH, Magdesian KG, Madigan JE, Aleman M, Pusterla N Factors associated with survival in 148 recumbent horses Equine Vet J,
  • John Madigan: Brainstem auditory evoked responses in an equine patient population. Part II: foals 2014 Aleman M, Madigan JE, Williams DC, Holliday TA Brainstem auditory evoked responses in an equine patient population. Part II: foals J Vet Intern Med,
  • John Madigan: Idiopathic headshaking: is it still idiopathic? 2014 Pickles K, Madigan J, Aleman M Idiopathic headshaking: is it still idiopathic? Vet J,
  • John Madigan: Sensory evoked potentials of the trigeminal nerve for the diagnosis of idiopathic headshaking in a horse 2014 Aleman M, Rhodes D, Williams DC, Guedes A, Madigan JE Sensory evoked potentials of the trigeminal nerve for the diagnosis of idiopathic headshaking in a horse J Vet Intern Med,
  • John Madigan: Sensory nerve conduction and somatosensory evoked potentials of the trigeminal nerve in horses with idiopathic headshaking 2013 Aleman M, Williams DC, Brosnan RJ, Nieto JE, Pickles KJ, Berger J, Lecouteur RA, Holliday TA, Madigan JE Sensory nerve conduction and somatosensory evoked potentials of the trigeminal nerve in horses with idiopathic headshaking J Vet Intern Med,

Most Recent 5 Book Chapters

2010 Madigan JE: Potomac Horse Fever, , Merck Veterinary Manual. .

2010 Madigan JE: Anaplasma phagocytophilum in horses, , Merck Veterinary Manual. .

2007 Madigan JE: Headshaking in horses, Smith B, (ed), Large Animal Internal Medicine. .

2007 Pusterla N, Madigan JE: Neorickettsia risticii, Sellon and Long, (ed), Equine Infectious Diseases. 357-62.

2007 Pusterla N, Madigan JE: Anaplasma phagocytophilum, Sellon and Long, (ed), Equine Infectious Disease, Phildelphia. 354-7.