Adjunct Professor - Population Medicine
Dr. Gordon is a veterinarian and Assistant Professor in Ruminant Health Management at the University of Guelph. She teaches undergraduate and graduate students in beef and dairy health management. She has clinical duties in Ruminant Field Service at the Ontario Veterinary College, where she calls on beef, dairy and small ruminant clients. Her research is focused on metabolic disease in dairy cattle and beef health management.
Her beef focused research looks into anthelmintic use on cow-calf operations. Her background in epidemiology and veterinary medicine has her looking into many aspects of ruminant health especially that of beef cows.
Establishing a baseline for antimicrobial stewardshipRead More
Pain control using various dosing regimens of meloxicam for band castration of newborn bull calvesRead More
Production survey conducted to provide researchers and industry with the information, tools, and knowledge to adapt to and meet producer needsRead More