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Andrew S. Bowman

  • Assistant Professor, Veterinary Preventive Medicine
    The Ohio State University
  • bowman.214@osu.edu
  • 1920 Coffey Road
    Columbus, Ohio 43210
  • Phone: (614) 292-6923
    Fax: (614) 292-4142
  • Most Common Publication Keywords # of Pubs
  • COUNTY FAIR2
  • INFLUENZA A VIRUS2
  • PIGS2
  • SURVEILLANCE2
  • UNITED-STATES2
  • A VIRUSES1
  • AGRICULTURAL FAIR1
  • AMERICAN PIGS1
  • ANIMAL INFLUENZA1
  • ANTIGENIC CHARACTERIZATION1
  • Most Common Publication Subject Categories # of Pubs
  • INFECTIOUS DISEASES4
  • IMMUNOLOGY2
  • VIROLOGY2

Most Recent Journal Articles

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  • Fries AC, Nolting JM, Bowman AS, Lin X, Halpin RA, Wester E, Fedorova N, Stockwell TB, Das S, Dugan VG, Wentworth DE,Gibbs HL, Slemons RD. "The spread and persistence of influenza A viruses in waterfowl hosts in the North American Mississippi Migratory Flyway." Journal of Virology. Vol. Epub ahead of print, (Mar 2015): JVI.03249-14. (Published). Fries AC, Nolting JM, Bowman AS, Lin X, Halpin RA, Wester E, Fedorova N, Stockwell TB, Das S, Dugan VG, Wentworth DE,Gibbs HL, Slemons RD The spread and persistence of influenza A viruses in waterfowl hosts in the North American Mississippi Migratory Flyway Journal of Virology Journal Article Peer-Review Interpretation of data and manuscript preparation. 25741003 10.1128/JVI.03249-14 Links
  • Bowman AS, Krogwold RA, Price R, Davis M, Moeller SJ. "Investigating the introduction of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus into an Ohio swine operation." BMC Veterinary Research. Vol. 11, (Feb 2015): 38. (Published). Bowman AS, Krogwold RA, Price R, Davis M, Moeller SJ Investigating the introduction of porcine epidemic diarrhea virus into an Ohio swine operation BMC Veterinary Research Journal Article Peer-Review Design of the work, acquisition of data, analysis and interpretation of data, and manuscript preparation. 25779795 10.1186/s12917-015-0348-2 1746-6148 Links
  • Bowman AS, Nelson SW, Page SL, Nolting JM, Killian ML, Sreevatsan S, Slemons RD. "Swine-to-Human Transmission of Influenza A(H3N2) Virus at Agricultural Fairs, Ohio, USA, 2012." Emerging Infectious Diseases. Vol. 20, no. 9. (Sep 2014): 1472-1480. (Published).Citation Count: 1. Bowman AS, Nelson SW, Page SL, Nolting JM, Killian ML, Sreevatsan S, Slemons RD Swine-to-Human Transmission of Influenza A(H3N2) Virus at Agricultural Fairs, Ohio, USA, 2012. Emerging Infectious Diseases Journal Article Peer-Review Conception and design of the work, acquisition of data, analysis and interpretation of data, and manuscript preparation 25148572 10.3201/eid2009.131082 1080-6040 Agricultural fairs provide an opportunity for bidirectional transmission of influenza A viruses. We sought to determine influenza A virus activity among swine at fairs in the United States. As part of an ongoing active influenza A virus surveillance project, nasal swab samples were collected from exhibition swine at 40 selected Ohio agricultural fairs during 2012. Influenza A(H3N2) virus was isolated from swine at 10 of the fairs. According to a concurrent public health investigation, 7 of the 10 fairs were epidemiologically linked to confirmed human infections with influenza A(H3N2) variant virus. Comparison of genome sequences of the subtype H3N2 isolates recovered from humans and swine from each fair revealed nucleotide identities of >99.7%, confirming zoonotic transmission between swine and humans. All influenza A(H3N2) viruses isolated in this study, regardless of host species or fair, were >99.5% identical, indicating that 1 virus strain was widely circulating among exhibition swine in Ohio during 2012. HUMAN INFECTIONS|A VIRUSES|H3N2 VIRUS|PIGS|MAXIMUM-LIKELIHOOD|ORIGIN|UNITED-STATES|ANIMAL INFLUENZA|VARIANT VIRUS|COUNTY FAIR Immunology|Infectious Diseases Links
  • Edwards JL, Nelson SW,Workman JD, Slemons RD, Szablewski CM, Nolting JM, Bowman AS. "Utility of snout wipe samples for influenza A virus surveillance in exhibition swine populations." Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses. Vol. 8, no. 5. (Sep 2014): 574-579. (Published).Citation Count: 0. Edwards JL, Nelson SW,Workman JD, Slemons RD, Szablewski CM, Nolting JM, Bowman AS Utility of snout wipe samples for influenza A virus surveillance in exhibition swine populations Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses Journal Article Peer-Review Conception and design of the work, acquisition of data, analysis and interpretation of data, and manuscript preparation. 25043408 10.1111/irv.12270 1750-2640 BackgroundSporadic influenza A virus (IAV) outbreaks in humans and swine have resulted from commingling of large numbers of people and pigs at agricultural fairs in the United States. Current antemortem IAV surveillance strategies in swine require collecting nasal swabs, which entails restraining pigs with snares. Restraint is labor-intensive for samplers, stressful for pigs, and displeasing to onlookers because pigs often resist and vocalize. ObjectiveTo evaluate the utility of snout wipes in exhibition swine as a method to make IAV surveillance efforts less intrusive, less labor-intensive, and more widely accepted among pig owners and exhibition officials. MethodsThree materials (rayon/polyester gauze, cotton gauze, and Swiffer((R)) Sweeper dry cloths) were inoculated with IAV, and viral recoveries from these materials were quantified using qRT-PCR and TCID50 assays. In a field trial, paired cotton gauze snout wipes and gold standard polyester-tipped nasal swabs were collected from 553 pigs representing 29 agricultural fairs and the qualitative results of rRT-PCR and viral isolation were compared. Results and ConclusionsViral recoveries from potential snout wipe materials ranged from 026 to 159 log(10) TCID50/ml less than that of the positive control in which no substrate was included; rayon/polyester gauze performed significantly worse than the other materials. In the field, snout wipes and nasal swabs had high levels of agreement for both rRT-PCR detection and virus isolation. Although further investigation and refinement of the sampling method is needed, results indicate that snout wipes will facilitate convenient and undisruptive IAV surveillance in pigs at agricultural fairs. OUTBREAK|INFECTIONS|PIGS|RESPIRATORY-SYNDROME-VIRUS|TRANSMISSION|UNITED-STATES|ORAL-FLUID SAMPLES|COUNTY FAIR|AGRICULTURAL FAIR|SWAB MATERIALS|surveillance|influenza A virus|zoonotic disease|diagnostic techniques and procedures|swine Infectious Diseases|Virology Links
  • Fries AC, Nolting JM, Bowman AS, Killian ML, Wentworth DE, Slemons,RD. "Genomic analyses detect Eurasian-lineage H10 and additional H14 influenza A viruses recovered from waterfowl in the Central United States." Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses. Vol. 8, no. 4. (Jul 2014): 493-498. (Published).Citation Count: 0. Fries AC, Nolting JM, Bowman AS, Killian ML, Wentworth DE, Slemons,RD Genomic analyses detect Eurasian-lineage H10 and additional H14 influenza A viruses recovered from waterfowl in the Central United States Influenza and Other Respiratory Viruses Journal Article Peer-Review Conception and design of the work, analysis and interpretation of data, and manuscript preparation 24698181 10.1111/irv.12250 1750-2640 The accurate and timely characterization of influenza A viruses (IAV) from natural reservoirs is essential for responses to animal and public health threats. Differences between antigenic and genetic subtyping results for 161 IAV isolates recovered from migratory birds in the central United States during 2010-2011 delayed the recognition of four isolates of interest. Genomic sequencing identified the first reported Eurasian-origin H10 subtype in North America and three additional H14 isolates showing divergence from previously reported H14 isolates. Genomic analyses revealed additional diversity among IAV isolates not detected by antigenic subtyping and provided further insight into interhemispheric spread of avian-origin IAVs. EVOLUTION|AVIAN INFLUENZA|surveillance|influenza A virus|migratory birds|H10 subtype|H14 subtype Infectious Diseases|Virology Links

Most Recent Conference Papers & Proceedings

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  • Bliss N, Nolting JM, Nelson SW, Bowman AS. "Determining the frequency and associated risk factors of influenza A virus infections in swine upon arrival at agriculture exhbtions." In: Proceedings of 46th Meeting of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians. Orlando: American Association of Swine Veterinarians. 355-356. (Published). Bliss N, Nolting JM, Nelson SW, Bowman AS Determining the frequency and associated risk factors of influenza A virus infections in swine upon arrival at agriculture exhbtions Conference Proceeding 46th Meeting of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians 3 Conference Proceedings American Association of Swine Veterinarians
  • Edmunson AM, Nolting JM, Nelson SW, Bowman AS. "Examining spatial dynamics of influenza A virus in swine at agricultural fairs." In: Proceedings of 46th Meeting of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians. Orlando: American Association of Swine Veterinarians. 307-308. (Published). Edmunson AM, Nolting JM, Nelson SW, Bowman AS Examining spatial dynamics of influenza A virus in swine at agricultural fairs Conference Proceeding 46th Meeting of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians 3 Conference Proceedings American Association of Swine Veterinarians
  • Szablewski CM, Bowman AS. "Influenza A virus testing: Which sample material should you use?." In: Proceedings of 46th Meeting of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians. Orlando: American Association of Swine Veterinarians. 347-348. (Published). Szablewski CM, Bowman AS Influenza A virus testing: Which sample material should you use? Conference Proceeding 46th Meeting of the American Association of Swine Veterinarians 3 Conference Proceedings American Association of Swine Veterinarians
  • Gerken E, Nolting JM, Bowman AS, Slemons RD. "Comparison of Real-Time Reverse Transcription-PCR and Virus Isolation with Embryonated Chicken Eggs for the Detection of Influenza A Virus from Wild Waterfowl." In: Proceedings of 2014 Annual Meeting. Denver: American Association of Avian Pathologists Symposium & Scientific Program. 65. (Published). Gerken E, Nolting JM, Bowman AS, Slemons RD Comparison of Real-Time Reverse Transcription-PCR and Virus Isolation with Embryonated Chicken Eggs for the Detection of Influenza A Virus from Wild Waterfowl Conference Proceeding 2014 Annual Meeting 3 Conference Proceedings American Association of Avian Pathologists Symposium & Scientific Program
  • Nolting JM, Bowman AS, Fries AC, Killian ML, Slemons RD. "Challenges with the Detection and Characterization of Avian-Origin Influenza A Viruses from Wild-Waterfowl." St. Paul: North Central Avian Disease Conference. 6. (Published). Nolting JM, Bowman AS, Fries AC, Killian ML, Slemons RD Challenges with the Detection and Characterization of Avian-Origin Influenza A Viruses from Wild-Waterfowl Conference Proceeding 3 Conference Proceedings North Central Avian Disease Conference

Most Recent Scholarly Presentations

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  • Bowman AS, Presenter. "Frequent movement of US exhibition swine impacts influenza A virus dynamics." Presented at NIAID Centers of Excellence for Influenza Research and Surveillance Lecture Series, Peers within Field., Webinar (Mar 2015) Bowman AS Frequent movement of US exhibition swine impacts influenza A virus dynamics Presenter NIAID Centers of Excellence for Influenza Research and Surveillance Lecture Series International
  • Bowman AS, Presenter. "Recent Advances with Swine Enteric Coronavirus Diseases." Presented at Midwest Veterinary Conference, Other., Columbus, Ohio, United States. (Feb 2015) Bowman AS Recent Advances with Swine Enteric Coronavirus Diseases Presenter 3 Midwest Veterinary Conference Regional
  • Bowman AS, Presenter. "Research Update: Influenza A Virus Transmission at Agricultural Fairs." Presented at Allen D. Leman Swine Conference, Peers within Field., St. Paul, Minnesota (Sep 2014) Bowman AS Research Update: Influenza A Virus Transmission at Agricultural Fairs Presenter Allen D. Leman Swine Conference Influenza and Public Health International
  • Bowman AS, Presenter. "Lessons learned from active influenza A virus surveillance at the swine-human interface." Presented at Multinational Influenza Seasonal Mortality Study, Peers within Field., Washington DC (Jun 2014) Bowman AS Lessons learned from active influenza A virus surveillance at the swine-human interface Presenter Multinational Influenza Seasonal Mortality Study International
  • Bowman AS, Presenter. "Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus." Presented at OSU Extension State Extension Advisory Committee Meeting, Other. Columbus, Columbus, Ohio (Jun 2014) Bowman AS Porcine Epidemic Diarrhea Virus Presenter OSU Extension State Extension Advisory Committee Meeting Columbus State