J. Paul Spurlock
ACS Director, Attending Veterinarian
University of Massachusetts Amherst
Member Since: 2015
Recognized authority for infectious disease research involving complex and hazardous physical and/or biological agents and processes in biomedical, development or production environments, with or without arthropod transmission. Cited authority on issues of zoonotic diseases for public health research and programs. Professional consultant for vivarium design and renovation, operational review, research animal program oversight and support, development and revision of staff management programs, and animal health record software program development. Creative problem-solver, with proven success conceiving, designing, establishing and coordinating oversight and management of research animal program activities for non-infectious and infectious disease animal research. Extensive experience formulating, designing and developing program policies and objectives for public and private institutions and the federal government, including the CDC National Center for Emerging and Zoonotic Infectious Diseases as related to animal biosafety level (ABSL) 1- 4 and arthropod containment level (ACL) 1-3 infectious disease research.
Parent: University of Massachusetts Amherst
661 North Pleasant Street Amherst, MA 01003 United States
Avian, Bovine, Camelids, Equine, Exotic, Farm, Fish, Food, Laboratory Animals, Large Animal, Ovine, Pocket Pets, Poultry, Rabbits, Reptiles, Ruminant, Small Animal, Swine, Other
Infectious Disease, Pain Management, Pathology, Primary Care
Routine Surgery, Soft Tissue Surgery
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