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Peter Cowen, DVM, PhD, DAVES

Associate Professor, Epidemiology and Public Health

Contact:

pcowen@ncsu.edu
Office: 919.513.6321

Certifications
Diplomate, American Veterinary Epidemiological Society
PhD, Epidemiology, UC Davis
MPVM, UC Davis
DVM, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
B.A. Sociology Beloit College
Infectious Diseases
  • North Carolina Hispanic farm workers and intestinal parasitism: a pilot study of prevalence and health related practices, and potential means of food borne transmission.Russell M,Correa M, Stauber C, and Kase A. | Journal of Food Protection, 2010, 73:5, 985-988
  • Challenges of animal health information systems and surveillance for animal diseases and zoonoses.Peter Cowen, Fabian Ekue, Niwael Mtui , 0.0. Babalobi, Ndoutamia Anaclet, and Benson Estambale,Sidi Coulibaly, Larry Madoff, Majorie Pollack and The ProMED-Mail Team | Proceedings of the international workshop organized by FAO 23-26 November 2010, Rome, Italy. FAO Animal Production and Health Proceedings, No. 14. Rome, Italy.
  • PhD ProMED-mail and One Health.Jack Woodall, Lawrence C. Madoff, Alison Bodenheimer, Peter Cowen, Thanis Damrongwatanapokin, Fabian Ekue, Tam Garland, Martin Hugh-Jones, Amon Shimshony, Tom Yuill | One Health Newsletter. Volumne 3 Issue 1. 2010.
  • Preparedness and disaster response training for veterinary students: Literature review and description of the NC State University Credentialed Veterinary Responder program.Dianne Dunning, Michael P. Martin, Jimmy L. Tickel, William B. Gentry, Peter Cowen, Barrett D. Slenning. | Journal of Veterinary Medical Education. Volume 36,3:3 17-330.
  • Detection of Salmonella in Gopher Tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) During Two Relocation Efforts in Florida.Lauren E. Charles-Smith, Gregory A. Lewbart, Matthew J. Aresco and Peter Cowen. | Chelonian Conservation and Biology. 2009 8 (2) 213-216.
  • Program for Monitoring Emerging Diseases ProMED-mail.Cowen P. | Workshop Report. Achieving a Sustainable Global Capacity for Surveillance and Response to Emerging Diseases of Zoonotic Origin. Rappateurs Beatty, Scott and Tsai. Institute of Medicine, National Academies Press.  Washington, D.C. pg 57-59.  2008.
  • North Carolina Hispanic farm workers and intestinal parasitism: a pilot study of prevalence and health related practices, and potential means of food borne transmission.Russell M,Correa M, Stauber C, and Kase A. | Journal of Food Protection, 2010, 73:5, 985-988
  • Challenges of animal health information systems and surveillance for animal diseases and zoonoses.Peter Cowen, Fabian Ekue, Niwael Mtui , 0.0. Babalobi, Ndoutamia Anaclet, and Benson Estambale,Sidi Coulibaly, Larry Madoff, Majorie Pollack and The ProMED-Mail Team | Proceedings of the international workshop organized by FAO 23-26 November 2010, Rome, Italy. FAO Animal Production and Health Proceedings, No. 14. Rome, Italy.
  • PhD ProMED-mail and One Health.Jack Woodall, Lawrence C. Madoff, Alison Bodenheimer, Peter Cowen, Thanis Damrongwatanapokin, Fabian Ekue, Tam Garland, Martin Hugh-Jones, Amon Shimshony, Tom Yuill | One Health Newsletter. Volumne 3 Issue 1. 2010.
  • Preparedness and disaster response training for veterinary students: Literature review and description of the NC State University Credentialed Veterinary Responder program.Dianne Dunning, Michael P. Martin, Jimmy L. Tickel, William B. Gentry, Peter Cowen, Barrett D. Slenning. | Journal of Veterinary Medical Education. Volume 36,3:3 17-330.
  • Detection of Salmonella in Gopher Tortoises (Gopherus polyphemus) During Two Relocation Efforts in Florida.Lauren E. Charles-Smith, Gregory A. Lewbart, Matthew J. Aresco and Peter Cowen. | Chelonian Conservation and Biology. 2009 8 (2) 213-216.
  • Program for Monitoring Emerging Diseases ProMED-mail.Cowen P. | Workshop Report. Achieving a Sustainable Global Capacity for Surveillance and Response to Emerging Diseases of Zoonotic Origin. Rappateurs Beatty, Scott and Tsai. Institute of Medicine,