Christopher James Rademacher

DVM
Clinical Associate Professor
515-294-8792
2225 Lloyd
Education & Certifications  

DVM, University of Minnesota 1998
BS, University of Minnesota 1996

Teaching  

Swine lectures of VDPAM 450 – Disturbances of Reproduction

Research Focus & Interests  

Population medicine
PEDV
Senecavirus A
PRRS
Field Trial Design
Animal Health Product Evaluations

Honors & Awards  

Alex Hogg Memorial Scholarship, American Association of Swine Veterinarians, 2015
Pfizer “10 under 40” Award Winner, 2011

Leadership/Committees/Council  

Chair, Research Topics Section, American Association of Swine Veterinarians Annual Meeting (2010-2016)
American Association of Swine Veterinarians Annual Meeting Organizing Committee (2004, 2009, 2012-2016)

Memberships  

American Association of Swine Veterinarians (1994-present)

AVMA Member (2015-current)
IPPA Member (2014-current)
IPPA Swine Health Committee (2015-current)
IPPA Elections Committee (2015-current)
Iowa Swine Day Organizing Committee (2015-current)

Selected Publications  

Jianqiang Zhang, Pablo Piñeyro, Qi Chen, Ying Zheng, Ganwu Li, Christopher Rademacher, Rachel Derscheid, Baoqing Guo, Kyoung-Jin Yoon, Darin Madson, Phillip Gauger, Kent Schwartz, Karen Harmon, Daniel Linhares, and Rodger Main.  Full-Length Genome Sequences of Senecavirus A from Recent Idiopathic Vesicular Disease Outbreaks in United States. Swine Genome Announcement 10/1/15

White, Drew; Rotolo, Marisa; Olsen, Chris; Wang, Chong; Prickett, John; Kittawornrat, Apisit; Panyasing, Yaowalak; Main, Rodger; Rademacher, Chris; Hoogland, Marlin. 2014. Recommendations for pen-based oral-fluid collection in growing pigs J Swine Health Prod 22(3): 138-141

Alejandro Ramirez, Chong Wang, John R. Prickett, Roman Pogranichniy, Kyoung-Jin Yoon, Rodger Main, John K. Johnson, Chris Rademacher, Marlin Hoogland, Patrick Hoffmann, Anne Kurtz, Ernest Kurtz, Jeffrey Zimmerman, Efficient surveillance of pig populations using oral fluids, Preventive Veterinary Medicine, Available online 10 December 2011, ISSN 0167-5877, 10.1016/j.prevetmed.2011.11.008.