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James Owen Noxon

James Noxon
James Noxon

DVM

Professor and Section Head, Dermatology
Veterinary Clinical Sciences
(515) 294-3605
1532 LVMC
Expertise / Research Area

Dr. Noxon’s research interests focus on the pathogenesis and management of acral lick dermatitis and control of dermatophytosis (ringworm) in multiple animal environments.

Teaching

VCS 452—Clincial Dermatology: Study of clinical dermatological problems via computer-aided instruction, case simulations, and/or lectures. Clinical management of cases presented to Veterinary Teaching Hospital.
 

VCS 436—Small Animal Internal Medicine: Clinical diagnosis and treatment of diseases of small animals.
 

VCS 415—Advanced Small Animal Dermatology: Elective course in Dermatology
 

VMPM 380—Veterinary Immunology: Structure and function of the immune systems in animals
 

VCS 385—Seminar: Seminars and case discussions on selected clinical subjects by staff and fourth-year students of the College of Veterinary Medicine
 

VCS 449—Junior Surgery Lab: Pre-laboratory presentations and laboratories introduce the student to surgical technique principles that can be applied to all animal species
 

Education

D.V.M.: Colorado State University, 1976
B.S. Colorado State University, 1973

American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Small Animal Internal Medicine

Selected Publications

Presentations

 

Noxon JO. What’s up with food allergy. 7th Annual Small Animal Summer Symposium. June 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Management of autoimmune skin diseases. 7th Annual Small Animal Summer Symposium. June 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Interdigital draining lesions. 7th Annual Small Animal Summer Symposium. June 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Skin biopsy tips. 7th Annual Small Animal Summer Symposium. June 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Key diagnostic techniques in dermatology. 7th Annual Small Animal Summer Symposium. June 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Diagnostic procedures laboratory. 7th Annual Small Animal Summer Symposium. June 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Key diagnostic procedures in dermatology. Bayer Symposium on Dermatology. January 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Cytology and biopsy techniques. Bayer Symposium on Dermatology. January 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Update on allergy testing and hyposensitization. Bayer Symposium on Dermatology. January 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Diagnosis and management of pruritus in the dog. California Veterinary Medical Association Spring Seminar. March 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Anatomy and physiology of the ear/pathogenesis of otitis. Northwest Iowa Veterinary Medical Association. March 2007
 

Noxon JO. Basic therapeutics for otitis. Northwest Iowa Veterinary Medical Association. March 2007
 

Noxon JO. Treatment of specific problems in otitis. Northwest Iowa Veterinary Medical Association. March 2007
 

Noxon JO. Keys to managing otitis externa. Kansas State University 69th Annual Conference for Veterinarians. June 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Otitis externa: Basic therapeutics. Kansas State University 69th Annual Conference for Veterinarians. June 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Understanding pruritus in the dog: pathogenesis and diagnostic approach. ABVP Forum Short Course. ACVIM Forum. June 2007.
 

Noxon JO. WET LAB-diagnostic procedures in dermatology. Central Veterinary Conference East. April 2007.
 

Noxon JO. The dermatology data base. Central Veterinary Conference East. April 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Managing autoimmune skin disease. Central Veterinary Conference East. April 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Skin biopsy tips. 7th Annual Small Animal Summer Symposium. June 2007.
 

Noxon JO. How to make allergy testing work for you. 144th American Veterinary Medical Association Annual Convention. July 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Dermatologic potpourri: Lick granuloma demodex and more. 144th American Veterinary Medical Association Annual Convention. July 2007.
 

Noxon JO. Diagnostic test in otology. 144th American Veterinary Medical Association Annual Convention. July
 

Memberships

American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
American Academy of Veterinary Dermatology
North America Veterinary Dermatology Forum