Jeffrey Stott

Jeffrey Stott

Professor

Pathology, Microbiology & Immunology

Office
3323 Vet Med 3A, Davis, CA 95616

Education
1975, BS, Colorado State University, Fort Collins,
1977, MS, Colorado State University, Fort Collins,
1982, PhD, University of California, Davis,
Active Research Grants
Principal Investigator, Epizootic Bovine Abortion (EBA; Foothill abortion) Vaccine: Vaccination of cattle in late-term pregnancy for EBA. Is it safe and will it confer long-term immunity to the resulting offspring?, (Principal Investigator), Russell L. Rustici Rangeland & Cattle Research Endowment
Honors and Awards
2018 Gordon K Van Vleck Memorial Award, CA Cattlemen's Association (Awarded in 2016, presented in 2018)
Most Recent Five Book Chapters
2014 Stott JL, Blanchard MT, Anderson ML : Chapter 61: Infectious agents: Epizootic bovine abortion (Foothill abortion), Hopper RM, (ed), Bovine Reproduction, Hoboken, NJ. 562-66.
2013 Stott JL : Foothill abortion, Rennie J, (ed), McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science & Technology, . 151-5.
2012 Stott JL, McBain J : Chapter 63: Longitudinal monitoring of immune system parameters of cetaceans and application to their health management, Fowler ME, Miller RE, (ed), Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine, 7th edition, Philadelphia, PA. 482-9.
2006 BonDurant RH, Anderson ML, Stott JL, Kennedy PC : Epizootic bovine abortion (Foothill Abortion), Youngquist RS, Threlfall WR, (ed), Current Therapy in Large Animal Therigenology, 2nd Edition, . .
2004 Maclachlan NJ, Stott JL : Asfarviridae and iridoviridae, Hirsh DC, Maclachlan NJ, Walker RE, (ed), Veterinary Microbiology, 2nd edition, . 312-4.
Research Focus

Immunology and Infectious Diseases. The first half of my career was directed at studying infectious diseases of large animals (cattle and horses) with an emphasis in Immunology. This interest has been expanded in the last 15 years to include basic and applied research directed at captive and free-ranging marine mammals through development of the Laboratory for Marine Mammal Immunology.

Specialty Focus

Immunology