- Epidemiology of infectious disease, and beef cattle health and management
Dr. John Campbell graduated from the Ontario Veterinary College (OVC) in 1985. After several years of private practice, he returned to OVC to complete a Doctor of Veterinary Science degree.
He has been part of the WCVM's Ruminant Field Service practice for more than 25 years and is the director of the college's disease investigation unit. He is also head of the WCVM Department of Large Animal Clinical Sciences.
His main research interests are in the epidemiology of infectious disease, and beef cattle health and management.
Dr. Campbell and Dr. Cheryl Waldner are the principal investigators for the Canadian Cow-Calf Surveillance Network (C3SN). Click here for more information.
- DVM, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph
- DVSc, Ontario Veterinary College, University of Guelph
Teaching and Clinical Areas
Dr. Campbell spent three years in mixed practice before returning to the Ontario Veterinary College to complete a Doctor of Veterinary Science degree in Ruminant Health Management.
His fields of specialty at the WCVM are in the areas of beef production medicine and epidemiology. As a member of WCVM's Field Service, Dr. Campbell helps to provide herd-health services to cow-calf and feedlot clients in the Saskatoon area.