Allison L Zwingenberger

Allison L Zwingenberger

Associate Professor and Associate Researcher

Surgical & Radiological Sciences

Office
1325 Tupper Hall, Davis, CA 95616

Licenses
Diplomate American College of Veterinary Radiology
Diplomate European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging
Education
1995, DVM, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada
2004, Residency, University of Pennsylvania,
2008, MAS, University of California, Davis,
Active Research Grants
Principal Investigator, Development of PET imaging biomarkers to predict enhanced glioblastoma radiotherapy by a novel H-NOX oxygen carrier, (Principal Investigator), NIH Academic-Industrial Partnerships for Translation of In Vivo Imaging Systems for Cancer Investiga
Principal Investigator, Magnetic resonance angiography of hepatic vascular anomalies with an intravascular contrast agent, (Principal Investigator), Center for Companion Animal Health
Co-Investigator, Targeting the integrin alphavbeta6 in canine carcinoma, a theranostic approach, Julie Sutcliffe (Principal Investigator), CCAH
Co-Investigator, Mini-EXPLORER II PET/CT in the evaluation of Canine Osteosarcoma, Lorenzo Nardo (Principal Investigator), CCAH
Co-Principal Investigator, High-Quality Positron Emission Tomography for Early Treatment Response Assessment in Radiotherapy, Tokihiro Yamamoto (Principal Investigator), CCAH
Honors and Awards
2002 ECVDI Resident's prize for best scientific presentation
2002 Travel scholarship of the European Association of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging
2006 Mentored Clinical Research Training Program (K30)
2011 University of California Academic Senate Research Travel Award
2012 Top 5 article award - Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 2010-2011 - Zwingenberger AL, Marks SL, Baker TW, Moore PF. Ultrasonographic evaluation of the muscularis propria in cats with diffuse small intestinal lymphoma or inflammatory bowel disease. J Vet Internal Med, 24(2): 289-92.
2018 Publons Peer Review Awards
Most Recent Five Book Chapters
2015 Zwingenberger AL : Chapter 19, Hepatobiliary Imaging, Weisse C, Berent A, (ed), Veterinary Imaging-Guided Interventions, Ames, IA. 201-208.
2013 Zwingenberger A, Begnini L, Lamb C : Chapter 14, Musculoskeletal System, Mattoon J, Nyland T, (ed), Small Animal Diagnostic Ultrasound (3rd ed), . 332-399.
2013 Zwingenberger A, Taeymanns O : Chapter 3, Neck, D Penninck, M-A d'Anjou, (ed), Atlas of Small Animal Ultrasonography (2nd ed), Ames IA. 91-118.
2011 Kinns J,
Malinowski R,
McEvoy F,
Schwarz T,
Zwingenberger A : Special software applications, Schwarz T and Saunders J, (ed), Veterinary Computed Tomography, . 67-74.
2009 Zwingenberger A, Silverman S : Rodents: Diagnostic imaging, Emma Keeble, Anna Meredith, (ed), BSAVA Manual of Rodents and Ferrets, . .
Research Focus
Veterinary Radiology:
Vascular imaging, molecular imaging, exotic animal imaging
Specialty Focus
Diagnostic Imaging
Ten Recent Publications

2018
Gustavsen KA, Paul-Murphy JR, Weber ES, Zwingenberger AL, Dunker FH, Dubielzig RR, Reilly CM7, Murphy CJ
Ocular anatomy of the black pacu (Colossoma macropomum): Gross, histologic, and diagnostic imaging

2018
Couto KM, Moore PF, Zwingenberger AL, Willcox JL, Skorupski KA
Clinical characteristics and outcome in dogs with small cell T-cell intestinal lymphoma.

2017
Kent M, Zwingenberger A, Westropp J, Barrett L, Chosh P, Vinall RL
MiRNA profiling of dogs with transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder using blood and urine samples

2017
Culp WTN, Zwingenberger AL, Giuffrida MA, Wisner ER, Hunt GB, Steffey MA, Mayhew PD, Marks SL
Prospective Evaluation of Outcome of Dogs with Intrahepatic Portosystemic Shunts treated via Percutaneous Transvenous Coil Embolization