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Veterinary Ocular Histopathology

Veterinary Ocular Histopathology

Veterinary Ocular Histopathology

Dr. Joseph Haynes
Dr. Joseph Haynes
on behalf of Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine


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Last updated: 03 Dec 2020

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Welcome to Veterinary Ocular Histopathology.
This course is designed to be used by ophthalmology and pathology residents in the following manner: review of the text manual accompanied by examination of the cited figures and virtual slides.


Couse Objective
Review of the text manual accompanied by examination of the cited figures and virtual slides.
Dr. Joseph Haynes

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Dr. Joseph Haynes
on behalf of Iowa State University, College of Veterinary Medicine

Education & Certifications
Southwest Missouri State University (Missouri State University), 1972-75

University of Missouri, College of Veterinary Medicine, 1975-79

Univeristy of Minnesota, College of Veterinary Medicine, 1981-86

Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathologists, 1984

V Pth 372, Anatomic Pathology II, 4 credits. Required course for second year veterinary students. Lectures on musculoskeletal system, urinary system, eyes, nervous system, and endocrine system.

V Pth 402, Introduction to Pathology, 3 credits. This course is available to undergraduate students and will introduce them to pathology as a coherent study of disease and disease mechanisms.

V Pth 456, Necropsy Laboratory Practicum (senior necropsy rotation, 1 credit per rotation).

V Pth 503, Principles of Pathology, 3 credits. Introductory exploration of pathology as a medical discipline. This is an introductory graduate course in pathology for non-veterinarians and non-veterinary pathology majors.

V Pth 570, Systemic Pathology I, 4 credits. Lectures on endocrine system and musculoskeletal system.

V Pth 571, Systemic Pathology II, 4 credits. Lectures on urinary system and ocular pathology.

Research Focus & Interests
Dr. Haynes' scientific interests include surgical pathology, orthopedic pathology, renal pathology, and ocular pathology. He has organized digital pathology images for teaching purposes.

Honors & Awards
Norden Distinguished Teacher Award, 1988, 2002

SCAVMA Award for Teaching Excellence - Basic Sciences, 1994

Regent's Award for Teaching Excellence, Iowa State University, 1991

General Chair, ACVP Examination Committee, 2004

Chair, College of Veterinary Medicine Student Awards Committee, 1992-present

ISU Faculty Senator 2004-present

ACVP Examination Local Liaison 1998-present

American Veterinary Medical Association

American College of Veterinary Pathologists

Phi Zeta

American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians

Selected Publications
Haynes, JS; Benson, JE: Ischemic myelomalacia due to cartilage emboli associated with chronic diskospondylitis in a group of swine. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation , 11:533-536, 1999

Haynes, JS; Halbur, PG; Sirinarumitr, T; Paul, PS; Meng, X-J; Huffman, EL: Temporal and morphologic characterization of the distribution of porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus (PRRSV) by in situ hybridization in pigs infected with isolates of PRRSV that differ in virulence. Veterinary Pathology, 34:39-43, 1997

Vahle, JL; Haynes, JS; Andrews, JJ: Interaction of Haemophilus parasuis with nasal and tracheal mucosa following intranasal inoculation of cesarian derived colostrum deprived (CDCD) swine. Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research, 61:200-206, 1997

Lemke CD, Haynes JS, Spaete R, Adolphson D, Vorwald A, Lager K, Butler JE. Lymphoid hyperplasia resulting in immune dysregulation is caused by porcine reproductive and respiratory syndrome virus infection in neonatal pigs. J Immunol. 2004 Feb 1;172(3):1916-25.

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