Dr. Stephanie R. Ostrowski

Dr. Stephanie R. Ostrowski |Clyto Access

Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, USA

Editorial Board Member

Expertise: Agricultural sustainability, Food safety, Antimicrobial resistance, Epidemiology, Environmental health, Toxicology, Terrorism preparedness, Regulatory medicine, Veterinary medical history

Biography:

Dr. Ostrowski joined the faculty at Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2013; where she teaches courses in food safety, epidemiology, and public health, plus a fourth year elective rotation in Public Health. She shares her passion for public health/ One Health by coordinating the DVM+MPH combined degree program, serving as faculty mentor for the One Health club, and providing public health career counseling for undergraduates, veterinary students, and post-graduate DVMs. Dr. Ostrowski received her D.V.M. degree from the University of Georgia (1980); and the Masters of Preventive Veterinary Medicine from University of California, Davis (MPVM; 1987). After companion animal practice in Georgia, she pursued internship and residency training in Herd Health and Food Animal Production Medicine in Idaho and California. In 1987-89 she trained as a CDC Epidemic Intelligence Service Officer (EISO). In 2010 she retired from 20 years of service at CDC as a U.S. Public Health Service (USPHS) officer. Her CDC career included service with major CDC programs and Centers ATSDR, NCID, NCEH, the Office of the CDC Director (the Emergency Operations Center, the Office of Biosafety, the Office of Public Health Practice, and the Office of Terrorism Preparedness and Emergency Response). Dr. Ostrowski served in multiple public health response and programmatic deployments -- Polio Eradication[Bangladesh], Avian Flu [Nigeria], Post 9-11 Anthrax Response [USA], Community Lead Poisoning [Jamaica], and Foot and Mouth Disease [Britain], and Hurricanes Katrina and Rita [Louisiana 2005-06].

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