Asli Mete

Asli Mete

Associate Professor

California Animal Health and Food Safety Lab
Pathology, Microbiology & Immunology

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Licenses
Diplomate American College of Veterinary Pathologists
Education
1996, DVM, Istanbul University, Istanbul, Turkey
2000, MSc, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
2005, PhD, Utrecht University, The Netherlands
2008, Anatomic Pathology Residency, Cornell University, College of Veterinary Medicine, Ithaca, NY
Research Focus
Avian pathology; backyard poultry diseases; diseases of wild birds; raptor diseases. I also have continued interest in iron overload disorders in captive avian species although I am not currently performing research in this area
Specialty Focus
Diagnostic pathology, spontaneous diseases
Ten Recent Publications

2018
Lawton SJ, Weis AM, Byrne BA, Fritz H, Taff CC, Townsend AK, Weimer BC, Mete A, Wheeler S, Boyce WM
Comparative analysis of Campylobacter isolates from wild birds and chickens using MALDI-TOF MS, biochemical testing, and DNA sequencing

2018
Niedringhaus KD, Fenton HMA, Cleveland CA, Anderson AN Schwartz D, Alex CE, Rogers KH, Mete A, Yabsley MJ
Case Series: Virulent hemosporidiosis infections in juvenile great horned owls (Bubo virginianus) from Louisiana and California, USA

2017
Rimoldi G, Mete A, Adaska JM, Anderson ML, Symmes KP, Diab S
West Nile Virus Infection in Sheep

2016
Rogers KH, Mete A, McMillin S, Shinn R
Polymelia and Syndactyly in a Swainson's Hawk (Buteo swainsoni).

2015
Sadar MJ, Sanchez-Migallon Guzman D, Mete A, Foley J, Stephenson N, Rogers KH, Grosset C, Smallwood S, Shipman J, Wells A, White SD, Bell DA, Hawkins MG
Mange caused by a Knemidokoptes derooi-like mite in a golden eagle (Aquila chrysaetos)

2015
Fielding L, Higgins JK, Higgins JC, Mcintosh S, Scott E, Giannitti F, Mete A, Pusterla N
Disease associated with equine coronavirus infection and high case fatality rate