Keith Poulsen

Keith Poulson
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Large Animal Internal Medicine


Education and Professional Training: 

2008- 2012

The University of Wisconsin-Madison

Graduate School, Comparative Biomedical Sciences

PhD, June, 2012

2005 – 2008             

The University of Wisconsin-Madison

School of Veterinary Medicine

Large Animal Internal Medicine Residency

Achieved Diplomat status, July, 2008

2004 – 2005           

North Carolina State University

College of Veterinary Medicine

Food Animal Medicine and Surgery Internship

2000 – 2004            

The University of Wisconsin-Madison

School of Veterinary Medicine

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine, May, 2004                                 

1996 – 2000             

The University of Wisconsin-Madison

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Bachelor of Sciences degree in Biochemistry, May, 2000

Professional and Research Interests: 
  • Dairy cattle with specific interest in preweaned heifer calf health
  • Zoonotic foodborne disease with specific interest in implementing disease control strategies in low and middle income countries
  • Food Safety
  • Teaching veterinary medical students


Poulsen KP, McGuirk SM.  2009.  Respiratory disease of the bovine neonate.. The Veterinary clinics of North America. Food animal practice. 25(1):121-37,vi-vii. Abstract
Czuprynski CJ, Kathariou S, Poulsen KP.  2009.  Listeria.. Pathogenesis of Bacterial Infections in Animals 4th ed..
Poulsen KP, McSloy AC, Perrier M, Prichard MA, Steinberg H, Semrad SD.  2008.  Primary mandibular hemangiosarcoma in a bull.. The Canadian veterinary journal. La revue vétérinaire canadienne. 49(9):901-3. Abstract