JOSEPH S. BENDER
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JOSEPH S. BENDER, DVM, MS

Assistant Professor of Clinical Dairy Production Medicine, University of Pennsylvania School of Veterinary Medicine

Clinical Specialties: Population disease management in food animals (bovine - porcine)
Research Areas: Food animal epidemiology, food animal microbiology, methods of population research and logistical regression

Contact Information:
University of Pennsylvania
School of Veterinary Medicine
Department of Clinical Studies
New Bolton Center
382 West Street Road

M Hennessy, B Vecchiarelli, N Indugu, J Bender, C Pappalardo, M Leibstein, J Toth, A Katepalli, S Garapati, and DW Pitta The development of the fecal microbiome in Hostein dairy calves throughout the weaning transition ADSA Annual Meetings June 21-24, 2020, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA : , 2020.

J Ferguson, JP Ricaud, D Pitta, J Bender, L Baker Milk production and nitrogen efficiency in Holstein cows supplemented with a natural additive, ValKalor, in a low protein content diet ADSA Annual Meetings June 21-24, 2020, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA : , 2020.

M Hennessy, J Bender, M Leibstein, B Vecchiarelli, N Indugu, S Garapati, J Toth, LD Baker, and DW Pitta Investigating the effects of different soybean products on rumen microbial populations in dairy cows using in vitro fermentation ADSA Annual Meetings June 21-24, 2020, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA : , 2020.

C Pappalardo, M Hennessy, B Vecchiarelli, N Indugu, J Bender, T Gleysteen, J Toth, and DW Pitta Effect of circadian rhythm and frequency of feeding on bacteria and archaea populations in the rumen of dairy cows ADSA Annual Meetings June 21-24, 2020, West Palm Beach, Florida, USA : , 2020.

DW Pitta, CFA Lage, SE Räisänen, A Melgar, K Nedelkov, X Chen, J Oh, N Indugu, B Vecchiarelli, J Bender, AN Hristov Comparison of non-invasive ruminal sampling techniques to that of standard cannula method for ruminal microbial analysis. ADSA Annual Meetings. June 23-26, 2019, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA : , 2019.

CFA Lage, SE Räisänen, A Melgar, K Nedelkov, X Chen, J Oh, B Vecchiarelli, J Bender, DW Pitta, AN Hristov Comparison of two sampling techniques for evaluating ruminal fermentation in dairy cows. ADSA Annual Meetings. June 23-26, 2019, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA : , 2019.

L.E.Redding, J. Bender, L. Baker Antibiotic Use on Pennsylvania Dairy Farms Journal of Dairy Science 102: 1494-1507, 2019.

Opriessnig T, Shen H G, Bender J S, Boehm J R, Halbur P G Erysipelothrix rhusiopathiae isolates recovered from fish, a harbour seal (Phoca vitulina) and the marine environment are capable of inducing characteristic cutaneous lesions in pigs. Journal of comparative pathology 148: 365-72, 2013.

Bender Joseph S, Irwin Christa K, Shen Hui-Gang, Schwartz Kent J, Opriessnig Tanja Erysipelothrix spp. genotypes, serotypes, and surface protective antigen types associated with abattoir condemnations. Journal of veterinary diagnostic investigation : official publication of the American Association of Veterinary Laboratory Diagnosticians, Inc 23: 139-42, 2011.

Bender J S, Shen H G, Irwin C K, Schwartz K J, Opriessnig T Characterization of Erysipelothrix species isolates from clinically affected pigs, environmental samples, and vaccine strains from six recent swine erysipelas outbreaks in the United States. Clinical and vaccine immunology : CVI 17: 1605-11, 2010.

DVM (Veterinary Medicine) Iowa State University, 2010

MS (Microbiology/Epidemiology) Iowa State University, 2010