Katrina R. Viviano, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVCP, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Faye A. Hartmann, MS, MT (ASCP)S, University of Wisconsin–Madison
Katrina R. Viviano, DVM, PhD, DACVIM, DACVCP, is a clinical associate professor in the department of medical sciences at University of Wisconsin–Madison. Her clinical interests include immune-mediated diseases and toxicology; her research interests include investigation of the role of antioxidants in health and disease, along with strategies for optimizing antimicrobial therapy. Dr. Viviano earned her DVM from University of Wisconsin– Madison, then completed a small animal rotating internship at University of Minnesota and an internal medicine residency at University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Faye A. Hartmann, MS, MT (ASCP)S, is the clinical microbiologist and laboratory manager of the clinical pathology laboratory at University of Wisconsin–Madison UW Veterinary Care. She earned her medical technology degree from University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee and her master’s degree from University of Wisconsin–Madison. Her clinical interests in microbiology include antimicrobial resistance and hospital-infection prevention. Her research interests include epidemiologic investigations of hospital-acquired infections, along with strategies for optimizing antimicrobial susceptibility reporting.
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