Amelia Peabody Foundation Chair in Agricultural Sciences
Director Tufts Farm and Tufts Veterinary Field Service
Dr. White received his undergraduate degree from the University of New Hampshire and his Doctor in Veterinary Medicine from Cornell University. He is the Course Director for Clinical Skills 2 at Cummings School and also lectures in Food Animal Medicine, Dermatology, Dairy Production Medicine, Human Animal Relations, Veterinary Ethics, Veterinary Economics, Bovine Procedures and Clinical Reasoning. Dr. White has completed research in Advanced Reproductive Technology and Sustainable Agriculture. He is Board Certified by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners in Dairy Practice and his additional professional interests include Embryo Transfer, Ovum Pick Up and Dairy Production Medicine. In his free time, Dr. White enjoys spending time with his wife and five children, as well as volunteering with Little League Baseball.
DVM, Cornell University, 1995
BS, University of New Hampshire, 1991
American Board of Veterinary Practitioners (ABVP )
Bovine lameness and advanced reproductive technologies in cattle, sheep, and swine.Â
Selected Research Projects
Preservation of genetic material from threatened breeds of domestic livestock in conjunction with the SVF foundation.
Alternative therapies for the treatment of sole ulcers in cattle.
The use of Staphylococcus xylosus to treat Staphylococcus aureus mastitis in dairy cows. A pilot study to determine if the in vitro ability of Staphylococcus xylosus to kill Staphylococcus aureus will work in cases of bovine mastitis.
A Pilot Study of Alternative Ways to Raise Veal calves. This study will examine the feasibility and profitability of alternative, more humane, methods of raising veal calves.
Research and Clinical Interests
Bovine ambulatory medicine and surgery
Advanced reproductive technologies
Dairy production medicine
White EC, DeLahunta A. Narcolepsy in a ram lamb. Veterinary Record. 2001; 149: 156-157.
White EC, Hinckley LS. Prevalence of mastitis pathogens in goat milk. Small Ruminant Research. 1999; 33:117-121.
White EC, Briles WE, Briles RW, Taylor RL. Response of six major histocompatibility (B) complex recombinant haplotypes to rous sarcomas. Poultry Science. 1994; 73:836-842.
White EC. Goat dehorning and disbudding. In: Fubini SL, Ducharme NG, eds. Farm Animal Surgery. St. Louis: Saunders, 2004; 511-515.
Saperstein G and White EC. Congenital anomalies of the goat. In: Smith BP, ed. Large Animal Internal Medicine. 3rd ed. Philadelphia: Mosby, 2002; 1540-1555.
White EC. The prevalence of mastitis in small ruminants and the effect of mastitis on small ruminant production, in Proceedings 46th Annual NMC Convention (A global organization for mastitis control and milk quality) 2007; 119-127.
White EC. Biosecurity concerns for sheep and goat herds, in Proceedings. 2nd Annual Tufts Animal Expo Education Conference 2001; 819-821.
White EC. Common medical diseases of small ruminants and vaccination and deworming protocols: parts I and II, in Proceedings 138th Annual American Veterinary Medical Association Convention 2001; 880-885.
White EC. Common medical problems of small ruminants and vaccination and deworming protocols, in Proceedings 1st Annual Tufts Animal Expo Education Conference 2000; 406-409.
White EC. Biosecurity concerns for sheep and goat owners. British Columbia Sheep Federation N’Ewes Letter. May, 2007.
White EC, Saperstein G. Biosecurity for sheep and goat dairies. Dairy Practices Council, December, 2002
AABP, ABVP, AVMA
Recipient of a 2017 Cummings Faculty Development Grant with Dr. David Matsas titled Training to Learn Embryo Collection and Transfer in Swine.
Recipient of a 2017 Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations Grant with Dr. Angie Warner and Dr. Sawkat Anwer for Teacher Training Disease Control and Prevention in Bangladesh.
Lecturer. 7 hours on dairy management. 1st Conference of Continuing Education for the Veterinarians of Bangladesh Oct 2017 Cox’s Bazaar.