Ashley E Hill

Ashley E Hill

Professor

California Animal Health and Food Safety Lab
Medicine & Epidemiology

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Licenses
California Veterinary License #13983
Education
1990, BA, Haverford College, Haverford PA
1998, DVM, University of California, Davis, Davis CA
1999, MPVM, University of California, Davis, Davis CA
2003, PhD, University of California, Davis, Davis CA
Honors and Awards
1996 Dairy Technologies Scholarship: Academic merit, bovine emphasis
1997 Mrs. G Honorary Scholarship: Academic merit, mixed-animal emphasis
1998 Mrs. G Honorary Scholarship: Academic merit, mixed-animal emphasis
1998 Kim Gilbert Pauli Memorial Scholarship: Academic and clinical merit in equine medicine
1998 Phi Zeta: Veterinary Academic Honor Society
2001 James M. Wilson Award
For outstanding equine research publication authored by a graduate academic student or resident in the School of Veterinary Medicine at University of California, Davis
2003 Mark Gearhart Award for best graduate student manuscript submitted to the Association of Veterinary Epidemiology and Preventive Medicine
2009 Award for excellence in online facilitation in Postgraduate Coursework 2009 awarded for excellence in online course facilitation by the University of Sydney.
Most Recent Five Book Chapters
2014 Duarte PC, Hill AE, Morley PS : Epidemiology of equine infectious disease, Sellon DC, Long MT, (ed), Equine Infectious Diseases, 2nd ed, . .
2006 Hill AE, Duarte PC, Morley PS : Epidemiology of equine infectious disease, Sellon DC, Long MT, (ed), Equine Infectious Diseases, 1st ed, . .
Research Focus
Diagnostic testing for infectious diseases of livestock; epidemiology of equine musculoskeletal injuries
Specialty Focus
Epidemiology
Ten Recent Publications

2016
Shin DS, Matharu Z, You J, Siltanen C, Vu T, Raghunathan VK, Stybayeva G, Hill AE, Revzin A
Sensing Conductive Hydrogels for Rapid Detection of Cytokines in Blood

2015
Carvallo FR, Poppenga R, Kinde H, Diab SS, Nyaoke AC, Hill AE, Arthur RM, Uzal FA
Cluster of cases of massive hemorrhage associated with anticoagulant detection in race horses.