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Angeline E. Warner - DVM, DSc, DACVIM

Angeline E. Warner
Associate Professor
Respiratory Pathophysiology, Laboratory Animal Medicine
Respiratory physiology, pulmonary macrophage function

Campus Phone:
508-887-4202
x84202

My training is in respiratory biology, specifically the role of pulmonary macrophages in defense of the lungs against infection. Since 2003, I have been involved in higher education in veterinary medicine as Associate Dean for Academic Affairs at the Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University.  As I move on from that position, I am devoting time and energy to programs that can facilitate resiliency and improved behavioral health in veterinary medical students and new veterinary graduates.

Education

  • DSc - Harvard School of Public Health - 1986
  • DVM - University of Florida - 1980
  • MS – University of Miami - 1975
  • BS - Vassar College - 1972

Board Certification

  • American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine

Selected peer-reviewed publications

  1. Warner AE.  Pulmonary intravascular macrophages:  Role in acute lung injury. Clinics in Chest Med. 1996; 17:125-135.
  2. Morin MJ, Warner AE, Fields BN. Reovirus injection in rat lungs as a model to study the pathogenesis of viral pneumonia. J Virol. 1996; 70:541-548.
  3. Frevert CW, Warner AE, Weller E, Brain JD. The effect of endotoxin on in vivo rat alveolar macrophage phagocytosis. Exp Lung Res. 1998; 24:745-758.
  4. Brain JD, Molina RM, DeCamp MM, Warner AE. Pulmonary Intravasclar macrophages: their contribution to the mononuclear phagocyte system in 13 species. Am J Physiol 1999; 276 (Lung Cell Mol Physiol 20):L146-L154.
  5. Brain JD, Molina RM, DeCamp MM, Warner AE. Effects of a perfluorochemical emulsion on the fate of circulating Pseudomonas aeruginosa. Am J Physiol. 1999;276 (Lung Cell Mol Physiol 20):L1037-L1045.
  6. Rawn J, DeCamp MM, Swanson SJ, Warner AE, Warren H, Mentzer SJ. Angiocentric   recruitment of lymphocytes into the lung after the intrabronchial instillation of antigen. Exp Lung Res. 2000; 26:89-103.

Research and Clinical Interests

  • Developed and direct Master’s Degree program in Laboratory Animal Medicine
  • Respiratory physiology, pulmonary macrophage function

Teaching

  • Respiratory Physiology
  • Respiratory Pathophysiology
  • Veterinary Medical Ethics
  • Introduction to Laboratory Animal Medicine

Professional Memberships

1980-present            American Veterinary Medical Association
1986-1998                Comparative Respiratory Society
1986-present             American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine, Diplomate
1988-1995                American Thoracic Society
1991-1995                Society for Leukocyte Biology
1998-present            American Association of Laboratory Animal Science
2006-2008                Scientist Center for Animal Welfare

Elected to the Cummings School Faculty Hall of Fame at the 32d Annual Veterinary Alumni Reunion 2018.

Awards:

  • Recipient of a 2017 Cummings Teaching Seed Grant titled Use of Equine-assisted Learning for Stress Reduction in Veterinary Students.