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    Santiago Sain Diab- DVM, DACVP
    Assistant Professor of Clinical
    California Animal Health and Food Safety Lab


    ssdiab@ucdavis.edu

       

    Research Focus

    Equine diseases. Natural diseases of livestock. Infectious diseases

    Specialty Focus

    Diagnostic Anatomic Pathology

    Education

    2002 DVM Veterinary Medicine, National University of La Pampa (UNLPam), General Pico, Argentina
    2004 Animal Health, INTA Balcarce, Argentina,
    2009 Veterinary Anatomic Pathology residency, University of California, Davis. , CAHFS San Bernardino

    Licenses

    Diplomate, American College of Veterinary Pathologists

    Active Research Grants

    Collaborator, Seroepidemiologic investigation and sources of shedding for the Neurotropic Bovine Astrovirus, BovAstV-NeuroS1, in cattle., Patricia Pesavento (Principal Investigator), Russell L. Rustici Rangeland and Cattle Research Endowment

    Co-Investigator, Study of sudden death in racehorses, Francisco Uzal (Principal Investigator), Center for Equine Health

    Most Recent 10 Publications

    • Santiago Sain Diab: Cluster of cases of massive hemorrhage associated with anticoagulant detection in race horses. 2015 Carvallo FR, Poppenga R, Kinde H, Diab SS, Nyaoke AC, Hill AE, Arthur RM, Uzal FA Cluster of cases of massive hemorrhage associated with anticoagulant detection in race horses. J Vet Diagn Invest,
    • Santiago Sain Diab: Diagnostic exercise: High mortality in a flock of chukar partridge chicks (Alectoris chukar) in California. 2015 Eckstrand CD, Woods LW, Diab SS, Crossley BM, Giannitti F Diagnostic exercise: High mortality in a flock of chukar partridge chicks (Alectoris chukar) in California. Vet Pathol,
    • Santiago Sain Diab: Air sac adenocarcinoma of the sternum in a quaker parrot (Myiopstta monachus) 2014 Loukopoulos P, Okuni JB, Micco T, Garcia P, Uzal F, Diab S Air sac adenocarcinoma of the sternum in a quaker parrot (Myiopstta monachus) Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine,
    • Santiago Sain Diab: Necrotizing gastritis associated with Clostridium septicum in a rabbit 2014 Garcia JP, Moore J, Loukopoulos P, Diab SS, Uzal FA Necrotizing gastritis associated with Clostridium septicum in a rabbit J Vet Diagn Invest,
    • Santiago Sain Diab: Case report: Abortion and disseminated infection by Coccidioides posadasii in an alpaca (Vicugna pacos) fetus in Southern California 2013 Diab S, Johnson SM, Garcia J, Carlson EL, Pappagianis D, Smith J, Uzal FA Case report: Abortion and disseminated infection by Coccidioides posadasii in an alpaca (Vicugna pacos) fetus in Southern California Med Mycol Case Rep,
    • Santiago Sain Diab: Gastrointestinal parasite control during prepuberty improves mammary parenchyma development in Holstein heifers 2013 Perri AF, Mejía ME, Licoff N, Diab SS, Formía N, Ornstein A, Becú-Villalobos D, Lacau-Mengido IM Gastrointestinal parasite control during prepuberty improves mammary parenchyma development in Holstein heifers Veterinary Parasitology,
    • Santiago Sain Diab: Divergent Astrovirus associated with neurologic disease in cattle 2013 Li L, Diab S, McGraw S, Barr B, Traslavina R, Higgins R, Talbot T, Blanchard P, Rimoldi G, Fahsbender E, Page B, Phan T, Wang C, Deng X, Pesavento P Divergent Astrovirus associated with neurologic disease in cattle Emerging Infectious Diseases,
    • Santiago Sain Diab: Clostridium difficile infection in horses: a review 2013 Diab S, Uzal F, Songer G Clostridium difficile infection in horses: a review Veterinary Microbiology,
    • Santiago Sain Diab: Pathology and Diagnostic Criteria of Clostridium difficile Enteric Infection in Horses. 2013 Diab SS, Rodriguez-Bertos A, Uzal FA Pathology and Diagnostic Criteria of Clostridium difficile Enteric Infection in Horses. Vet Pathol,
    • Santiago Sain Diab: Fatal Wedelia glauca intoxication in calves following natural exposure. 2013 Giannitti F, Margineda CA, Cid MS, Montobbio C, Soteras CI, Caffarena RD, Diab SS Fatal Wedelia glauca intoxication in calves following natural exposure. Vet Pathol,