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Gloria Gioia

Faculty member

Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences

Research Associate

QUALITY MILK PRODUCTION SERVICES


Department of Population Medicine and Diagnostic Sciences
Cornell University College of Veterinary Medicine
Ithaca, NY 14853

Office: 607.253.3255
Email: gg363@cornell.edu

Research Interest

During my studies and work experiences in biotechnology and life sciences, I developed a keen interest in molecular diagnostics for diseases with impact on animal health and welfare.

My primary research focus is on Molecular Diagnostics applied to milk quality and dairy herd health issues associated with bovine mastitis.

I am interested in the development and validation of molecular based assays for the detection and characterization of microbial pathogens in milk, for the diagnosis of mastitis and for conducting epidemiological investigations.

Education

  • Ph.D. - Biotechnology applied to Veterinary Sciences and Animal Husbandry, 2010
    University of Milan - Italy
  • M.A. - Veterinary Biotechnological Sciences, 2007
    University of Milan - Italy
  • B.A. - Biotechnological Sciences, 2005
    University of Milan - Italy

Biography/Professional Experience

  • 14 March 2017-Press. Research Associate
    Quality Milk Production Service, Animal Health Diagnostic Center, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  • 2013-2017 Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Quality Milk Production Service, Animal Health Diagnostic Center, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY.
  • 2011-2013 Postdoctoral Fellow
  • Department of Veterinary Science and Public Health. University of Milan, Italy.
  • 2007-2010 Doctoral student
  • Department of Veterinary Science and Public Health. University of Milan, Italy.

Publications

  1. E.A. French, M. Mukai, M.Zurakowski, B. Rauch, G. Gioia, J.R. Hillebrandt, M. Henderson, Y.H. Schukken, T.C. Hemling. IODIDE RESIDUES IN MILK VARY BETWEEN IODINE-BASED TEAT DISINFECTANTS. Journal of Food Science 2016 Jul; 81(7):T1864-70.
  2. G. Gioia, B.Werner, D. Nydam, P. Moroni. VALIDATION OF A MYCOPLASMA MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTIC TEST AND DISTRIBUTION OF MYCOPLASMA SPECIES IN BOVINE MILK AMONG NEW YORK DAIRY FARMS. Journal of Dairy Science 2016 Jun; 99(6):4668-77.
  3. C. Plumed-Ferrer, A. Barberio, R. Franklin-Guild, B. Werner, P. McDonough, J. Bennett, G. Gioia, N. Rota, F. Welcome, D. V.Nydam and P. Moroni. ANTIMICROBIAL SUSCEPTIBILITIES AND RAPD-PCR FINGERPRINT CHARACTERIZATION OF LACTOCOCCUS LACTIS SUBSP. LACTIS AND LACTOCOCCUS GARVIEAE ISOLATED FROM BOVINE INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS. Journal of Dairy Science 2015 Sep; 98(9):6216-25.
  4. B. Werner, P. Moroni, G. Gioia, L.Lavín-Alconero, A. Yousaf, M. E. Charter, B. Moslock Carter, J. Bennett, D. V. Nydam, F. Welcome, Y.H. Schukken. GENOTYPIC AND PHENOTYPIC IDENTIFICATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL STREPTOCOCCI AND ASSOCIATION OF LACTOCOCCUS LACTIS SUBSP. LACTIS WITH INTRAMAMMARY INFECTIONS AMONG DIFFERENT DAIRY FARMS. Journal of Dairy Science 2014 Nov; 97(11):6964-9.
  5. A.Barberio, M. Badan, A. Busa, L. Ceglie, K. Capello, A. Comin, F. Zuliani, G. Gioia, A. Natale. ASSOCIATION BETWEEN SEROLOGICAL RESPONSE AND SHEDDING OF COXIELLA BURNETII IN MILK IN DAIRY CATTLE. Large Animal Review (LAR). Feb 2014 N.1
  6. F. Albonico, M. Mortarino, G. Avallone, G. Gioia, S. Comazzi, P. Roccabianca. THE EXPRESSION RATIO OF MIR-17-5P AND MIR-155 CORRELATES WITH GRADING IN CANINE SPLENIC LYMPHOMA. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology. 2013 Sep 1; 155(1-2):117-23.
  7. F. Albonico, M. Loiacono, G. Gioia, C. Genchi, M. Genchi, M. Mortarino. RAPID DIFFERENTIATION OF DIROFILARIA IMMITIS AND DIROFILARIA REPENS IN CANINE PERIPHERAL BLOOD BY REAL-TIME PCR COUPLED TO HIGH RESOLUTION MELTING ANALYSIS. Veterinary Parasitology 2014 Feb 24; 200 (1-2): 128-32.
  8. A. Gurjar, G. Gioia, Y. Schukken, F. Welcome, R. Zadoks, and P. Moroni. MOLECULAR DIAGNOSTICS APPLIED TO MASTITIS PROBLEMS ON DAIRY FARMS. Veterinary Clinics of North America Food Animal Practice. 2012 Nov; 28(3):565-76.
  9. F. Dilda, G. Gioia, L.F. Pisani, L. Restelli, C. Lecchi, F.Albonico, V. Bronzo, M. Mortarino, F. Ceciliani. E.COLI LIPOPOLISACCHARIDES AND S.AUREUS ENTEROTOXIN B DIFFERENTIALLY MODULATED INFLAMMATORY MIRNAS IN BOVINE MONOCYTES. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology. 2012 Jun; 192(3):514-6.
  10. G. Gioia, M. Mortarino, M.E. Gelain, F. Albonico, E Ciusani, I. Forno, L Marconato, V. Martini, S. Comazzi. IMMUNOPHENOTYPE-RELATED MICRORNA EXPRESSION IN CANINE CHRONIC LYMPHOCYTIC LEUKEMIA. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology. 2011 Aug 15; 142(3-4):228-35.
  11. E.G. Alberti, G. Gioia, G. Sironi, S. Zanzani, P. Riccaboni, M. Magrini and M.T.Manfredi. ELAPHOSTRONGYLUS CERVI IN A POPULATION OF RED DEER (CERVUS ELAPHUS) AND EVIDENCE OF CEREBROSPINAL NEMATODIASIS IN SMALL RUMINANTS IN THE PROVINCE OF VARESE, ITALY. Journal of Helminthology. 2011 Sep; 85(3):313-8.
  12. G. Gioia, L. Lecová, M. Genchic, E. Ferri, C. Genchi, M. Mortarino. HIGHLY SENSITIVE MULTIPLEX PCR FOR SIMULTANEOUS DETECTION AND DISCRIMINATION OF DIROFILARIA IMMITIS AND DIROFILARIA REPENS IN CANINE PERIPHERAL BLOOD. Veterinary Parasitology 2010 Aug 27; 172(1-2):160-3.
  13. M. Mortarino, G. Gioia, M.E. Gelain, F. Albonico, P. Roccabianca, E. Ferri, S. Comazzi. IDENTIFICATION OF SUITABLE ENDOGENOUS CONTROLS AND DIFFERENTIALLY EXPRESSED MICRORNAS IN CANINE FRESH-FROZEN AND FFPE LYMPHOMA SAMPLES. Leukemia Research 2010 Aug; 34(8):1070-7
  14. M. Mortarino, M.E. Gelain, G. Gioia, E. Ciusani, C. Bazzocchi, S. Comazzi. ZAP-70 AND SYK EXPRESSION IN CANINE LYMPHOID CELLS AND PRELIMINARY RESULTS ON LEUKAEMIA CASES. Veterinary Immunology and Immunopathology 2009 Ap15; 128(4):395-401.

Awards and Honors

  • 2010 Postdoctoral research fellow (type B research grant)
    Department of Veterinary Science and Public Health. University of Milan, Italy
  • 2011 Postdoctoral research fellow (type A research grant)
    Department of Veterinary Science and Public Health. University of Milan, Italy

Professional/Academic Affiliations

TBD

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