Wildlife Disease Biologist
Dennis Kohler is a Wildlife Disease Biologist working in the Biological Labs at the NWRC in Fort Collins, Colorado. His research has focused on physiology, BSL-3, immunological response to viruses, analytical chemistry, and the physiological response to burn and trauma.
Scotch, M., Lam, T.T-Y., K.L. Pabilonia, T. Anderson, J. Baroch, D. Kohler, and T.J. DeLiberto. 2014. Diffusion of influenza viruses among migratory birds with a focus on the Southwest United States. Infection, Genetics and Evolution 26:185-193. doi: 10.1016/j.meegid.2014.05.029.
Allison, A.B., D.J. Kohler, K.A. Fox, J D. Brown, R.W. Gerhold, V.I. Shearn-Bochsler, E.J. Dubovi, C.R. Parrish, and E C. Holmes. 2013. Frequent cross-species transmission of parvoviruses among diverse carnivore hosts. Journal of Virology 87:2342-2347.
Baeten, L. A., R. Pappert, J. Young, M. E. Schriefer, T. Gidlewski, D. Kohler, and R.A. Bowen. 2013. Immunological and clinical response of coyotes (Canis latrans) to experimental inoculation with Yersinia pestis. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 49(4):932–939. doi:10.7589/2013-02-040.
Kimball, B.A,, K. Yamazaki, D. Kohler, R.A. Bowen, J.P. Muth, M. Opiekun, and G.K. Beauchamp. 2013. Avian influenza infection alters fecal odor in mallards. PLoS ONE 8(10): e75411. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0075411