National Wildlife Health Center

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Kimberli J. Miller

Title: Wildlife Disease Specialist

Education and/or Training

B.S. 1987 University of MO Columbia, MO Animal Science
DVM 1991 University of MO Columbia, MO Veterinary Medicine

Areas of Specialization and or Research Interests

Disease investigation
Whooping cranes

Current USGS Research and Projects

White-nose Syndrome in bats

Professional Experience

1992 – Present Wildlife Disease Specialist, National Wildlife Health Center, Madison WI

Professional Activities and/or Memberships

Wildlife Disease Association
American Association of Wildlife Veterinarians

Honors and/or Awards

Significant Recent Publications

Hartup, B., J. Langenberg, G. Olsen, M. Spalding, and K. MILLER. Health management for the re-introduction of eastern migratory whooping cranes (Grus americana). 2006 Wildlife Rehabilitation 23:13-16.

MCLAUGHLIN, G.S., K.A. BEHELER, L. SILEO, S. STROM, N.J. THOMAS, C.U. METEYER, D.E. GREEN, AND K.J. MILLER. Winter mortality of bald eagles along the lower Wisconsin River. 2004 PAGE 312 in Proceedings of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians. Media, Pennsylvania, USA.

Augspurger, T., J.R. Fischer, N. THOMAS, L. SILEO, R.E. BRANNIAN, K.J. MILLER, and T.E. ROCKE. Vacuolar myelinopathy in waterfowl from a North Carolina impoundment. 2003 Journal of Wildlife Diseases 39(2):412-417.

LANGENBERG, J., B. HARTUP, G. OLSON, M. SPALDING, and K. MILLER. Health Management for the re-introduction of whooping cranes using ultra-light guided migration. 2002 Page 246 in Proceedings of the American Association of Zoo Veterinarians. Media, Pennsylvania, USA.

ROCKE, T.E., N.J. THOMAS, T. Augspurger, and K. MILLER. Epizootiologic studies of avian vacuolar myelinopathy in waterbirds. 2000 Journal of Wildlife Diseases 38(4):678-684.

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