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Edward B. Breitschwerdt

Professor of Internal Medicine

Bartonella MD

Email: e***@***.com

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Background Information

Employment History

Adjunct Professor of Medicine

Duke University


Affiliations

North Carolina One Health Collaborative

Scientific Advisory Board Member


American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

Chair of the Founding Member


The World Small Animal Veterinary Association

I Affiliate Member


World Small Animal Veterinary Association

Executive Board Member


TGHC One Health Collaborative

Member


California Veterinary Medical Association

Board Member


Education

American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine


BS


DVM


DVM

NC State University


DVM

North Carolina State University


DVM

Sao Paulo State University , College of Veterinary Medicine and Animal Sciences


DVM

University of Georgia


bachelor's degree

University of Maryland


Web References(193 Total References)


Bartonellosis: Diagnosing a Stealth Pathogen | Translational Medicine Group

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Ed Breitschwerdt.
NC State professor of veterinary internal medicine Ed Breitschwerdt has spent the last couple of decades working with Bartonella, bacteria historically associated with "cat scratch disease. Bartonella is increasingly recognized as a cause of persistent intravascular infection that can result in severe health effects. Research from Breitschwerdt's laboratory and others has led to the discovery of more than 30 new Bartonella species, as well as numerous chronically infected animal "reservoirs" for the bacteria and a variety of insects that can transmit Bartonella to both humans and animals.


News | Translational Medicine Group

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Ed Breitschwerdt.
NC State professor of veterinary internal medicine Ed Breitschwerdt has spent the last couple of decades working with Bartonella, bacteria historically associated with "cat scratch disease. Bartonella is increasingly recognized as a cause of persistent intravascular infection that can result in severe health effects. Research from Breitschwerdt's laboratory and others has led to the discovery of more than 30 new Bartonella species, as well as numerous chronically infected animal "reservoirs" for the bacteria and a variety...


News | Translational Medicine Group

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Ed Breitschwerdt.
NC State professor of veterinary internal medicine Ed Breitschwerdt has spent the last couple of decades working with Bartonella, bacteria historically associated with "cat scratch disease. Bartonella is increasingly recognized as a cause of persistent intravascular infection that can result in severe health effects. Research from Breitschwerdt's laboratory and others has led to the discovery of more than 30 new Bartonella species, as well as numerous chronically infected animal "reservoirs" for the bacteria and a variety... This ground-breaking work was made possible by technology developed by Professor Ed Breitschwerdt and his team, making it possible to diagnose infections caused by this difficult to grow and detect microbe genus.


Jan 2010 Newsletter

www.conyerskennelclub.org [cached]

This week, we welcome Dr. Ed Breitschwerdt, a specialist in internal medicine and infectious disease at North Carolina State University.
Dr. Breitschwerdt has received funding from the Canine Health Foundation for various infectious diseases including Bartonella spp. In this podcast, Dr. Breitschwerdt describes


AKC Canine Health Foundation

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Edward Breitschwerdt, DVM, DACVIM presents on:


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