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Michael Hildreth

Michael B. Hildreth

Degrees:

  • Ph.D., Zoology, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, 1983.
  • B.A. Biology & Chemistry, Westmar College, LeMars, IA.

Address: NBL rm 251D, Box 2140D, Department of Biology and Microbiology, SDSU, Brookings, SD 57007

E-mail:michael.hildreth@sdstate.edu 

Phone: Office 605-688-4562; lab 688-5995; cell 691-9073Weekly

Department Affiliations:

  1. Professor, Department of Biology & Microbiology, SDSU
  2. Professor,Department of Veterinary Science, SDSU

Teaching Responsibilities:

  1. Zool467: General Parasitology (spring semester only)
  2. Biol490: Senior Seminar (fall and spring semesters)
  3. Biol645: Microimaging Techniques 

Full List of Publications and Presentations:

Research Interests: (Parasitology and Cell Biology)

  1. Cost Assessment and Control of Cattle, Sheep and Goat Parasites
  2. Epidemiology of Alveolar Hydatid Disease in North-Central United States
  3. Resistance of Tapeworm SurfaceMembranes to Intestinal Digestion
  4. West Nile Virus Surveillance in South Dakota Mosquitos5) Molecular & Immunological Techniques for Diagnosing Echinococcus in Dogs & Cats
  5. Control and Treatment of Cryptosporidiosis/Coccidiosis in Calves
  6. Parasites of the Northern Plains
  7. Use of Biocontrol Agents for Controlling Grasshopper Populations

Service Responsibilities:

  • Coordinator of SDSU Functional Genomics Core Facility
  • Pre-medicineAdvisor

Society Membership:

  1. American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists
  2. American Society of Parasitologists
  3. American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
  4. Helminthological Society of Washingtion
  5. South Dakota Academy of Science
  6. 6) Annual Midwestern Conference of Parasitologists

Specialization: Zoonotic Parasitologist

Degrees:
Ph.D., Zoology, Tulane University, New Orleans, LA, 1983.
B.A. Biology & Chemistry, Westmar College, LeMars, IA.

Address: NBL rm 251D, Box 2140D, Department of Biology and Microbiology, SDSU, Brookings, SD 57007.
E-mail:michael.hildreth@sdstate.edu
Phone: Office 605-688-4562; cell 605-691-9073

Department Affiliations:

Teaching Responsibilities:

  1. Zool467 General Parasitology (spring semester)
  2. Biol645 Microimaging Techniques (fall semester)
  3. Biol383 Bioethics (fall semester)

Research Interests: (Parasitology and Cell Biology)

  1. Cost Assessment and Control of Livestock (including Bison) Parasites
  2. Epidemiology of Alveolar Hydatid Disease in North-Central United States
  3. Resistance of Tapeworm Surface Membranes to Intestinal Digestion
  4. West Nile Virus Surveillance in South Dakota Mosquitoes
  5. Molecular & Immunological Techniques for Diagnosing Echinococcus in Dogs & Cats
  6. Parasites of the Northern Plains
  7. Use of Biocontrol Agents for Controlling Grasshopper Populations

Service Responsibilities:

Society Membership:

  1. American Association of Veterinary Parasitologists
  2. American Society of Parasitologists
  3. American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
  4. American Mosquito Control Association
  5. Entomological Society of America
  6. Helminthological Society of Washingtion
  7. South Dakota Academy of Science
  8. Annual Midwestern Conference of Parasitologists
  9. Affiliation of Christian Biologists
  10. Independent Local

List of Publications:

BOOK CHAPTERS:

  1. Hildreth, M.B. and A. Harmon. 2012. Haemonchus. In "Molecular detection of human parasitic pathogens" (Dongyou Liu, eds.) pp. 571-582., CRC Press. 
  2. Lumsden, R.D. and M.B. Hildreth. 1983. Fine structure of adult tapeworms.  In "Biology of the Eucestodes" Vol. I (C. Arm and P. Pappas, eds.) pp. 177-233, Academic Press.   

REVIEW ARTICLES:

  1. Hildreth, M.B. and K.R. Kazacos. 1993. Echinococcus multilocularis: A zoonotic tapeworm of potential concern in dogs and cats. Vet. Tech. 14: 640-647.  
  2. Hildreth, M.B., M.D. Johnson and K.R. Kazacos. 1991. Echinococcus multilocularis: A Zoonosis of Increasing Concern in the United States. Compendium on Continuing Education for the Practicing Veterinarian. Vol. 13(5): 727-741.  

PRIMARY PUBLICATIONS IN A REFEREED FORUM (JOURNALS/BOOKS) [last 5 years]:

  1. Acharya, J., Hildreth, M.B. and Reese, R.N. 2012. In vitro screening of forty medicinal plant extracts from the United States Northern Great Plains for anthelmintic activity against Haemonchus contortus. accepted to the J. Vet. Parasitol.
  2. Grosz, D.D., A.A. Eljaki, L.D. Holler, D.J. Peterson, S. Holler, and  M.B. Hildreth 2013. Overwintering strategies of a population of anthelmintic-resistant Haemonchus contortus within a sheep flock from the United States Northern Great Plains. J. Vet. Parasitol. (in press)
  3. Smith, S.J., A.A. Eljaki, J. Acharya, R.F. Daly, and M.B. Hildreth. 2012. Effect of Safe-Guard® Free-Choice Mineral Blocks on trichostrongyle nematodes in pastured cattle from eastern South Dakota. In Press: Proc. S.D. Acad. Sci. 91:131-143. 
  4. Chuang, T.W., G.M. Henebry, J.S. Kimball, D.L. VanRoekel-Patton, M.B. Hildreth, M.C. Wimberly. 2012. Satellite microwave remote sensing for environmental modeling of mosquito population dynamics. Remote Sensing of Environment 125: 147-156.  
  5. Chuang, TW, M.B. Hildreth, D.L. Vanroekel, M.C. Wimberly. 2011. Weather and land cover influences on mosquito populations in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. J. Med. Entomol. 48(3): 669-79. 
  6. Venuganti, V.V., P. Sahdev, M.B. Hildreth, X. Guan, O. Perumal. 2011. Structure-skin permeability relationship of dendrimers. Pharm Res. 28(9): 2246-60.  
  7. Chilampalli, S., R. Guillermo, X. Zhang, R.S. Kaushik, A. Young, D. Zeman, M. Hildreth, F. Hesham, and C. Dwivedi. 2011. Effects of magnolol on UVB-induced skin cancer development in mice and its possible mechanism of action, BMC Cancer. 11:456  
  8. Furr, Annissa, David Knudsen, Michael B. Hildreth, Alan J. Young.2011. Enhancement of immunohistochemical staining of scrapie proteins and immune cells within lymph nodes of early scrapie-infected sheep. J. Immunol. Methods. 371: 1-7. 
  9. Schaible, Dustin J., Charles D. Dieter, Regg D. Neiger, and Michael B. Hildreth. 2011. Calodium hepaticum in white-tailed jackrabbits in South Dakota. The Prairie Nat. 43(1/2):56-58. 
  10. Shivani Chilampalli, Xiaoying Zhang, Hesham Fahmy, Radhey S. Kaukshik, David Zeman, Michael B. Hildreth and Chandradhar Dwivedi 2010. Chemopreventive Effects of Honokiol on UVB-induced Skin Cancer Development. Anticancer Research 30: 777-783 
  11. Harmon, A.F., B.C. Lucas and M.B. Hildreth. 2009. PCR comparison of trichostrongyle genera present in South Dakota cattle with and without springtime deworming. Proc. S.D. Acad. Sci. 88:147-154. 
  12. Zhang, Xiaoying, Ajay Bommareddy, Wei Chen, Michael B. Hildreth, Radhey S. Kaushik, David Zeman, Sherief Khalifa, Hesham Fahmy and Chandradhar Dwivedi 2009. Chemopreventive Effects of Sarcophine-diol on Ultraviolet Binduced Skin Tumor Development in SKH-1 Hairless Mice. Mar. Drugs. 7: 153-165; doi:10.3390/md7020153 
  13. Wimberly, Michael C., Michael B. Hildreth, Stephen P. Boyte, Erik J. Lindquist, and Lon Kightlinger. 2008 Ecological Niche of the 2003 West Nile Virus Epidemic in the Northern Great Plains of the United States. PLoS ONE 3(12): e3744 doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0003744 
  14. Venkata K. Yellepeddi, Dipak S. Pisal, Ajay Kumar, Radhey S. Kaushik, Michael B. Hildreth, Xiangming Guan, and Srinath Palakurthi. 2008. Permeability of surface modified polyamidoamine (PAMAM) dendrimers across Caco-2 cell monolayers. Int. J. Pharm. 350: 113-121.