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B.S. Biology, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire
D.V.M. Iowa State University
Ph.D. Pharmacology, Iowa State University
Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Microbiologists (Parasitology)
V Pth 376. Veterinary Parasitology
V Pth 353. Introduction to Parasitology
V Pth 548. Diagnostic Parasitology Laboratory
Jesudoss Chelladurai, J., C. Bader, T. Snobl, D. Magstadt, V. Cooper, and M. Brewer 2015. Toxocara vitulorum in a cohort of beef calves in Iowa. Veterinary Parasitology.
Agbedanu, P., K. Anderson, M. Brewer, and S. Carlson. 2015. Doxycycline as an inhibitor of p-glycoprotein in the alpaca for the purpose of maintaining avermectins in the CNS during treatment for parelaphostrongylosis. Veterinary Parasitology.
Brewer, M., P. Agbedanu, M. Zamanian, T. Day, and S. Carlson. 2013. Evidence for a bacterial lipopolysaccharide-recognizing G protein-coupled receptor in the bacterial engulfment by Entamoeba histolytica. Eukaryotic Cell 12: 1433-1438.
Brewer, M., N. Xiong, K. Anderson, and S. Carlson. 2013. Effects of subtherapeutic concentrations of antimicrobials on gene acquisition events in Yersinia, Proteus, Shigella, and Salmonella recipient organisms in isolated ligated intestinal loops of swine. American Journal of Veterinary Research 74: 1078-1083.
Agbedanu, P., M. Brewer, T. Day, M. Kimber, K. Anderson, S. Franklin, M. Rasmussen, and S. Carlson. 2013. Involvement of a putative intercellular signal-recognizing G protein-coupled receptor in the engulfment of Salmonella by the protozoan Tetrahymena. Open Veterinary Journal 3: 69-74.
Stock, M., K. Fiedler, S. Acharya, J. Parker, G. Miynarczyk, S. Anderson, G. McCormack, S. Kanuri, N. Kondru, M. Brewer, and S. Carlson. 2013. Antibiotics acting as neuroprotectants via mechanisms independent of their anti-infective activities. Neuropharmacology 73: 174-182.
Herges, G., G. Widmer, M. Clark, E. Khan, C. Giddings, M. Brewer, and J. McEvoy. 2012. Evidence that Cryptosporidium parvum populations are panmictic and unstructured in the Upper Midwest United States. Applied and Environmental Microbiology 78: 8096-8101.
Xiong, N., M. Brewer, K. Anderson, and S. Carlson. 2012. Non-typhoidal Salmonella encephalopathy involving lipopolysaccharide in cattle. Veterinary Microbiology 162: 285-287.
Barnhill, A., M. Brewer, and S. Carlson. 2012. Adverse effects of antimicrobials via predictable or idiosyncratic inhibition of host mitochondrial components. Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy 56:4046-4051.
Brewer, M., N. Xiong, and S. Carlson. 2011. Comparisons of Salmonella conjugation and virulence gene hyperexpression mediated by commensal and pathogenic protozoa from domestic and exotic ruminants. Veterinary Microbiology 151: 301-306.
Xiong N., M. Brewer, K. Anderson, K. Weeks, and S. Carlson. 2011. Expression of a collagenase that enables blood-brain barrier penetration for Salmonella implicated in bovine encephalopathies. Microbial Pathogenesis 51: 230-232.
Xiong N, M. Brewer , K. Anderson, G. Watrous, K. Weeks, A. Barnhill, T. Day, M. Kimber, and S. Carlson. 2011. Beta-lactam antibiotics prevent Salmonella-mediated encephalopathy regardless of beta-lactam resistance. The Veterinary Journal 192: 535-537.
Xiong, N., M. Brewer, T. Day, M. Kimber, A. Barnhill, and S. Carlson. 2010. Comparisons of Novel Salmonella Virulence Phenotypes Observed in Cattle and Swine. American Journal of Veterinary Research 71: 1170-1177.