Palestrante: Dr. Michael Kogut
June 1983: Ph.D. in Poultry Science, University of Georgia
November 1980: M.S. in Veterinary Science, The Pennsylvania State University
August, 1977: B.A. in Biology, State University College at Buffalo
Oakley, B., H. Lillehoj, M. Kogut, W. Kim, J. Maurer, A. Predroso, M. Lee, T. Johnson, and N. Cox. 2014. The chicken gastrointestinal microbiome. FEMS Microbiology Letters 360:100-112.
Shanmugasundaram, R., M. H. Kogut, R. J. Arsenault, C. L. Swaggerty, K.Y. Cole, M.J. Reddish, and R. K. Selvaraj. 2015. Effect of Salmonella Infection on Cecal Tonsil Regulatory T Cell Properties in Chickens. Poultry Science 94:1828-1835.
Kogut, M.H., Genovese, K.J., Arsenault, R. 2015. A role for non-canonical Wnt--catenin and TGF- signaling pathways in the induction of tolerance during the establishment of a Salmonella enterica serovar Enteritidis persistent cecal infection in chickens. Front. Vet. Infect. Dis. 2:Art. 33.
Kogut, M.H., Genovese, K.J., He, H., Arsenault, R.J. 2016. AMPK and mTOR: sensors and regulators of immunometabolic changes during Salmonella infection in the chicken. Poult. Sci. 95:345-353 .
Arenault, R., K.J. Genovese, H. He, X. Wu, A.S. Neish, and M.H. Kogut. 2016. Wild-type and mutant AvrA Salmonella induce broadly similar immune pathways in the chicken ceca with key differences in signaling intermediates and inflammation. Poult. Sci. 95:354-363.
Kogut, M.H., X. Yin, J. Yuan, and L. Broom. 2017. Gut health in poultry. CAB Reviews 12:No. 031.
Kogut, M.H. 2017. Issues and consequences of using nutrition to modulate the avian immune response. J. Appl. Poult. Res. 26:605-612.
Kogut, M.H. and R.J. Arsenault. 2017. Immunometabolic phenotype alterations associated with the induction of disease tolerance and persistent asymptomatic infection of Salmonella in the chicken intestine. Front. Immunol. 8:372.