Sarah Depenbrock

Assistant Professor

Medicine & Epidemiology

Diplomate Large Animal Internal Medicine, American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
Oregon Veterinary License
USDA Accredited Veterinarian
California Veterinary License
2005, BS, University of California, College of Biological Sciences, Davis, CA
2009, DVM, University of California, School of Veterinary Medicine, Davis, CA
2015, MS, The Ohio State University, Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences,
2015, , The Ohio State University, Veterinary Medical Center,
Active Research Grants
Principal Investigator, Prevalence of in-vitro phenotypic antibiotic resistance in respiratory bacterial isolates from weaned dairy heifers in California with and without respiratory disease and the association with farm level management variables and enteric bacterial MICs, (Principal Investigator), California Department of Food and Agriculture
Principal Investigator, Effect of Rangeland Fire on Heavy Metal Concentrations in Edible Tissue of Grazing Lamb, (Principal Investigator), USDA NIFA Hatch
Instructor, Influence of sample volume on the rumen juice analysis at T0min, T30min, and T60min, Suzanne Clergue (Principal Investigator), VMTH Resident Research Grant
Co-Investigator, Pharmacokinetics and tissue residue of meloxicam in sheep, Lisa Tell (Principal Investigator), Food Animal Residue Avoidance Program
Most Recent Five Book Chapters
2017 Depenbrock S : Colostrum and Milk Replacers, Chase, Lutz, McKenzie, (ed), Blackwell’s Five-Minute Veterinary Consult: Ruminant. 2nd Ed, . .
Research Focus
Pharmacokinetics of regional intravenous antimicrobial administration in livestock. Antimicrobial use and resistance in livestock, particularly as relates to bovine respiratory disease and calf management practices