Shelley Hahn - DVM, DACVP

Shelley Hahn

Campus Phone:
508-887-4848
x84848

Fax:
508-839-7936

Education

  • University of Bologna, “Alma Mater Studiorum”, Bologna, Italy, 2005
  • 2009-2014- Residency in anatomic pathology. Koret veterinary teaching hospital at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (Israel) and University of Helsinki (Finland)

Board Certification

American College of Veterinary Pathologists (Anatomic Pathology)
  1. Bouznach A, Hahn S, Stram Y, Menasherov S, Edery N, Shicahtn N, Kenigswald G, Perl S, 2013. Case Report: Contagious Ecthyma - Deviations in the Anatomical Appearance of Lesions in an Outbreak in Lambs in Israel. Israel journal of Veterinary Medicine, Dec..4, 246-251.
  2. Baneth G, Sheiner A, Eyal O, Hahn S, Beaufils JP, Anug Y, Talmi-Frank D, 2013.Redescription of Hepatozoon felis (Apicomplexa: Hepatozoidae) based on phylogenetic analysis, tissue and blood form morphology, and possible transplacental transmission. Parasit Vectors. Apr 15;6, 102.
  3. Hahn S, Edery N, Bouznach A, Shicaht N, Perl S, 2012.et.al, Sudden Death Due to Myocardial Necrosis in Imported Calves. Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Dec.21, 259-263.
  4. Nivy R, Hahn S, Perl S, Karnieli A, Aroch I, 2012.A Fatal Outbreak of Parvovirus Infection: First Detection of Canine Parvovirus Type 2c in Israel. Israel Journal of Veterinary Medicine, Sep.25, 96-102.
  5. Equine sarcoid: In situ demonstration of matrix metalloproteinase expression. Mosseri S, Hetzel U, Hahn S, Michaloupoulou E, Sallabank HC, Knottenbelt, KiparA.  DC. Vet J. 2014 Nov;202(2):279-85.
  6. Disseminated alimentary mycobacteriosis in the horse: a retrospective study of nine cases. .J.A.K Monki, M. Hewetson, S. Hahn, K Vainio, T Skrzypczak. Equine Vet. Educ. (2015), Published online doi:10.1111/eve.12393
  7.  Age- and gender-dependent myocardial transcription patterns of cytokines and extracellular matrix remodelling enzymes in cats with non-cardiac diseases. Fonfara S, Hetzel U, Hahn S, Kipar A. Exp Gerontol. 2015 Dec;72:117-23.

Research and Clinical Interests

Infectious Diseases

Teaching

  • Clinical instruction to residents and 4th year veterinary students
  • Didactic instruction to 1st and 2nd year veterinary students