|Professor and Director|
|School of Animal Sciences|
|102 J. Norman Efferson Hall
Baton Rouge, LA 70803
Shakya, K., M. Hugh-Jones, and P. Elzer. (2007). Evaluation of immune response to orally administered Sterne Strain 34F2 anthrax vaccine. Vaccine. 25(29):5374-5377.
Zygmunt, M.S., S.D. Hagius, J.V. Walker, and P.H. Elzer. (2006). Identification of Brucella melitensis 16M genes required for bacterial survival in the caprine host. Microbes Infect. 8(14):2849-2854.
Kahl-McDonagh, M.M., P.H. Elzer, S.D. Hagius, J.V. Walker, Q.L. Perry, C.M. Seabury, R.M. Tsolis, L.G. Adams, D.S. Davis and T. Ficht. (2006). Evaluation of novel Brucella melitensis unmarked deletion mutants for safety and efficacy in the goat model for brucellosis. Vaccine 24(24):5169-77.
Roux, C.M., N.J. Booth, B.H. Bellaire, J.M. Gee, R.M. Roop, M.E. Kovach, R.M. Tsolis, P.H. Elzer, and D.G. Ennis. (2006). RecA and RadA proteins of Brucella abortus do not perform overlapping protective DNA repair functions following oxidative burst. J. Bacteriology 188(14):5187-5195.
Nielsen, K, P. Smith, W. Yu, P. Nicoletti, P.H. Elzer, C. Robles, R. Bermudez, T. Renteria, A. Ruiz, C. Massengill, Q. Muenks, G. Jurgersen, T. Tollersrud, L. Samartino, S. Conde, L. Forbes, D.Gall, B. Perez, X. Rojas, and A. Minos (2005). Towards a single screening test for brucelloisis. Res. Sci. Off. Int. Epiz 24(3):1027-1038.
Funk, N.D., L.B. Tabatabai, P.H. Elzer, S.D. Hagius, B.M. Martin and L. Hoffman. (2005). Indirect enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for the detection of Brucella melitensis specific antibodies in goat milk. J Clin Microbiol 43(2):721-725.Nielsen, K, P. Smith, W. Yu, P. Nicoletti, P.H. Elzer, A. Vigliocco, P. Silva, R. Bermudez, T. Renteria, F. Moreno, A. Ruiz, C. Massengill, Q. Muenks, K.
Dr. Elzer has a joint appointment in the Department of Pathobiological Sciences in the LSU School of Veterinary Medicine and the Department of Veterinary Science in the LSU AgCenter. Dr. Elzer contributes to courses and laboratory exercises in immunology, microbiology, reproductive and abortifacient diseases in the veterinary curriculum. He also is an active participant in graduate courses related to the host response to infectious agents, bacterial pathogenesis, and molecular and cellular immunology. He serves as major professor or advisory committee member for both M.S. and Ph.D. candidates. Dr. Elzer also serves on the Graduate Program Committee for the Department of Pathobiological Sciences. Dr. Elzer holds membership in 10 professional societies including the American Association of Immunologists, American Veterinary Medical Association, American Society for Microbiology, and the Wildlife Disease Association. He serves as an Associate Editor for the Journal of Wildlife Diseases as well as an ad hoc reviewer for other scientific journals and participates on ad hoc review panels for granting agencies. He is currently the Chairman of the Brucellosis Scientific Advisory Committee for the United States Animal Health Association.