Richard Uwiera, DVM, MSC, PhD
Professor, Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sci - Ag, Food & Nutri Sci Dept
- (780) 492-0107
3-10J Agriculture/Forestry Centre
9011 - 116 St NWEdmonton ABT6G 2P5
Division Director,Animal Sci, Faculty of Agricultural, Life and Environmental Sci - Ag, Food & Nutri Sci Dept
Area of Study / Keywords
Livestock Intestinal Health One-Health Animal Models
Education, Training and Employments History
- Associate Professor and University of Alberta Veterinary Pathologist, University of Alberta, Canada
- FSO-III/FSO-IV, University of Alberta, Canada
- PhD and Residency Training - Veterinary Pathology, Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
- Mixed Animal and Companion Animal Veterinary Practitioner- Western Canada
- DVM - Western College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
- MSc - Toxicology, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
- BSc - Biochemistry/ Physiology, University of Saskatchewan, Canada
Dr Uwiera's research interests include the development of new animal models (rodents, small animals and livestock), investigating the physiological, and immunological mechanisms involved in maintaining a healthy gut in livestock species and understanding changes in gut function that leads to intestinal injury and inflammatory. He is also involved in many regional, national, international collaborative efforts by providing veterinary, anaesthetic, clinical-medical, surgical, immunological and gross and histopathological expertise
AFNS 500 - Individual Study
Project or reading course under the supervision of a Faculty member requiring preparation of a comprehensive report. Prerequisite: consent of Department. Note: May be taken more than once provided the topic is different.
AN SC 120 - Companion Animals and Society
Diverse and evolving roles of companion animals in human society. Pets and the companion animal industry. Topics include: behavior, cognition and training; breeds and breeding; performance; nutrition, health and physiology. Prerequisite: Biology 30.
AN SC 325 - Equine Science
An in-depth study of equine anatomy, physiology, husbandry and diseases, both infectious and non-infectious. Equine nutrition, behaviour and the horse industry will also be examined. Not to be taken if credit received for AN SC 110. Prerequisite: BIOL 107 and BIOL 108.
AN SC 375 - Animal Health and Disease
Principles of maintaining healthy animals, and an examination of current issues related to animal health and disease. Infectious and non-infectious diseases that affect both animal and human health and may impact international trade and export. Principles and mechanisms of immunity, disease surveillance, pathophysiology, treatment, prevention, management and economic impact of specific diseases and risks of bioterrorism. Prerequisite: AN SC 100 and (AN SC 101 or 200) or consent of instructor. AN SC 310 or PHYSL 210 or (ZOOL 241 and 242) are recommended.
Research - Publications
1992 to 2019
See PubMed link: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/?term=Uwiera+R