Barrett D. Slenning, DVM, MPVM
Office: D-251, CVM Main Building
- VMP 912: Introduction to Clinical Problem Solving in Veterinary Practice
- VMP 916: Health Maintenance and Animal Production I
- VMP 936: Health Maintenance and Animal Production II
- VMP 945: Epidemiology and Public Health
- VMP 956: Health Maintenance and Animal Production III
- VMP 958: Exotic and Emerging Diseases
- VMC 962: Animal Welfare, Ethics, and Societal Responsibility
- VMP 971: Food Animal Diagnostics for Disease Diagnosis, Control and Population Surveillance
- VMP 986: One Health: From Philosophy to Practice
- ANS 281: Professional Development of PreVeterinary Track Students
- VMF 420: Diseases of Farm Animals
- MS Preventive Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis
- DVM, University of California, Davis
- MS, Animal Science and Management, University of California, Davis
- BS, Animal Science, University of California, Davis
Kingsburg Vet Clinic, Kingsburg California. 1982-1989.
NC State College of Vet Medicine. 1989-Present
Barrett Slenning gained an MS degree in Economics/Nutrition and another MS in Epidemiology, before earning his DVM – all from UC Davis. He is also a federally credentialed emergency responder. His career began with 8-years in a mostly dairy-based practice in the central valley of California, where Barrett created and delivered production medicine services for the clinic's 40+ dairy clients, and served small animal, exotic, and equine clients as well. He joined NCSU in 1989, and is the Veterinary College’s Director for Agrosecurity & Biopreparedness. He teaches in all 4 years of the curriculum, manages the three year educational program of the CVM’s Teaching Animal Unit, and participates in several animal/public health committees for North Carolina, federal agencies, and agricultural organizations. He is licensed in California and North Carolina, is Tier II Federally Accredited, and is a Federally Credentialed second level Veterinary Disaster Responder. Since 1996 Barrett has focused on food security, with the main theme on agricultural disaster preparation, response, and recovery. Lastly, he is a founding member of the NC One Health Collaborative, a group promoting the idea that human health, animal health, and environmental health are inextricably linked.
- Nearly 200 local, national, and international presentations/short courses onproduction medicine, field epidemiology, veterinary public health, agricultural disasters,and foreign animal diseases.
- Slenning BD. Global Climate Change and Implications for Disease Emergence. Invited Article. Vet Path 47(1) 28-33. 2010. [Ranked #5 in the “TOP 5 Manuscripts in Veterinary Pathology – 2010”]
- Dunning D*, Martin MP, Tickel JL, Gentry WB, Cowen P, Slenning BD. Preparedness and Disaster Response Training for Veterinary Students: Literature Review and Description of the North Carolina State University Credentialed Veterinary Responder Program. J Vet Med Educ 36(3) 317-330. 2009.
- Bai P*, Banks HT, Dediu S*, Govan AY*, Last M, Lloyd AL, Nguyen HK*, Olufsen MS, Rempala G, Slenning BD. Stochastic and deterministic models for agricultural production networks. Math Biosci Eng 4(3):373-402. 2007.
- Vicari AS*, Mokhtari A, Morales RA, Jaykus LA, Frey HC, Slenning BD, Cowen P. Second-order modeling of variability and uncertainty in microbial hazard characterization. J Food Protect 70(2): 363-372. 2007.
- Whittier CA*, Horne W, Slenning B, Loomis M, Stoskopf MK. Comparison of storage methods for reverse-transcriptase PCR amplification of rotavirus RNA from gorilla (Gorilla g. gorilla) fecal samples. J Virol Methods. 2004 Mar1;116(1):11-7