Dr. Nemeth obtained her DVM and PhD at Colorado State University, was a Research Fellow at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and a Science Fellow at the United States Department of Agriculture. She also performed a residency in Veterinary Anatomic Pathology at the University of Georgia, after which she accepted a position as Assistant Professor in the Pathobiology Department of the University of Guelph. Dr. Nemeth’s Research Laboratory is part of the Wildlife Laboratory in the Department of Pathobiology at the University of Guelph. Her research interests include the ecology and pathogenesis of infectious diseases of wildlife, including avian diseases and pathogens that can affect wildlife, livestock and poultry, and/or humans. Current research projects include pathogen surveillance in free-ranging wild turkeys in Ontario, West Nile virus pathogenesis in ruffed grouse, and transmission ecology of Powassan virus, a tick-borne, zoonotic virus endemic to Ontario. She has collaborated on with various universities and governmental agencies in the U.S., Mexico, and Argentina.