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Casey Cazer

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Osman M, Albarracin B, Altier C, Gröhn YT, Cazer C. (2022). Antimicrobial resistance trends among canine Escherichia coli isolated at a New York veterinary diagnostic laboratory between 2007 and 2020. Preventive veterinary medicine, (208)

Meredith GR, Osman M, Cazer CL, Cummings KJ, Hecht J, Madsen CG, Santacrose LB, Dubovi AS, Clarkberg M, Johnson T, Fitzpatrick MD, Parrilla L, Li Y, Francis L, Weisfuse IB, Travis AJ, Jones AC, Warnick LD, Koretzky GA. (2022). Integrated Surveillance System for Controlling COVID-19 on a University Campus, 2020‒2021. American journal of public health, 112(7)

Cummings KJ, Clarkberg M, Busche J, Travis AJ, Meredith GR, Weisfuse I, Cazer CL, Koretzky GA, Warnick LD. (2022). Case-control study to identify risk factors for SARS-CoV-2 infection among university students in the northeastern USA. Transboundary and emerging diseases

Verteramo Chiu LJ, Li J, Lhermie G, Cazer C. (2021). Analysis of the demand for pet insurance among uninsured pet owners in the United States. The Veterinary record

Limper CB, Hinckley-Boltax AL, Cazer CL. (2021). Brief Research Report: Veterinary Student Perspective on COVID-19 and Veterinary Medicine. Frontiers in veterinary science, (8)

Osman M, Kasir D, Rafei R, Kassem II, Ismail MB, El Omari K, Dabboussi F, Cazer C, Papon N, Bouchara JP, Hamze M. (2021). Trends in the epidemiology of dermatophytosis in the Middle East and North Africa region. International journal of dermatology

Cazer CL, Westblade LF, Simon MS, Magleby R, Castanheira M, Booth JG, Jenkins SG, Gröhn YT. (2021). with a machine learning generated antibiogram. Antimicrobial agents and chemotherapy

Osman M, Rafei R, Ismail MB, Omari SA, Mallat H, Dabboussi F, Cazer C, Karah N, Abbara A, Hamze M. (2021). Antimicrobial resistance in the protracted Syrian conflict: halting a war in the war. Future microbiology, (16)

Cazer CL, Al-Mamun MA, Kaniyamattam K, Love WJ, Booth JG, Lanzas C, Gröhn YT. (2020). Identified by Association Rule Mining. Frontiers in microbiology, (11)

Cazer CL, Eldermire ERB, Lhermie G, Murray SA, Scott HM, Gröhn YT. (2020). The effect of tylosin on antimicrobial resistance in beef cattle enteric bacteria: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Preventive veterinary medicine, (176)

Stapleton GS, Cazer CL, Gröhn YT. (2020). Modeling the Effect of Tylosin Phosphate on Macrolide-Resistant Enterococci in Feedlots and Reducing Resistance Transmission. Foodborne pathogens and disease

Cazer CL, Al-Mamun MA, Kaniyamattam K, Love WJ, Booth JG, Lanzas C, Gröhn YT. (2019). Identified by Association Rule Mining. Frontiers in microbiology, (10)

Cazer CL, Volkova VV, Gröhn YT. (2018). Expanding behavior pattern sensitivity analysis with model selection and survival analysis. BMC veterinary research, 14(1)

Cazer CL, Ducrot L, Volkova VV, Gröhn YT. (2018). Corrigendum: Monte Carlo Simulations Suggest Current Chlortetracycline Drug-Residue Based Withdrawal Periods Would Not Control Antimicrobial Resistance Dissemination from Feedlot to Slaughterhouse. Frontiers in microbiology, (9)

Cazer CL, Ducrot L, Volkova VV, Gröhn YT. (2017). Monte Carlo Simulations Suggest Current Chlortetracycline Drug-Residue Based Withdrawal Periods Would Not Control Antimicrobial Resistance Dissemination from Feedlot to Slaughterhouse. Frontiers in microbiology, (8)

Cazer CL, Volkova VV, Gröhn YT. (2014). Use of pharmacokinetic modeling to assess antimicrobial pressure on enteric bacteria of beef cattle fed chlortetracycline for growth promotion, disease control, or treatment. Foodborne pathogens and disease, 11(5)

Cazer CL, Mitchell RM, Cicconi-Hogan KM, Gamroth M, Richert RM, Ruegg PL, Schukken YH. (2013). Associations between Mycobacterium avium subsp. paratuberculosis antibodies in bulk tank milk, season of sampling and protocols for managing infected cows. BMC veterinary research, (9)

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