Jeff LeJeune

Author Bio

Dr. Jeffrey LeJeune completed undergraduate training in Biochemistry at Université de Moncton, in Canada. He trained professionally as a veterinarian and worked in government food inspection before completing his PhD in Veterinary Microbiology at Washington State University. He is currently a Professor and Head of the Food Animal Health Research Program at the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, The Ohio State University and is also an Assistant Dean in the College of Veterinary Medicine, OSU.


Stamp Out Disease – Free Resources [PDFs]

Infections caused by bacteria, viruses and parasites are a major cause of illness and death around the globe. Even in developed countries, illnesses transmitted through contaminated foods and by contact with animals and their environment pose a significant burden on public health.

BY Jeff LeJeune | September 4, 2014