Dr. Kaltenboeck’s research has been inspired by his experience with herd diseases in large animal practice. The overarching goal is an understanding of the role of intracellular bacteria of the genus Chlamydia in herd diseases of production animals, in particular dairy cows and calves, and mitigating the impact of these bacteria that can be found in every single dairy herd.

Past Affiliations

Assistant Doctor, Large Animal Clinic
1991 - 1994

Graduate Research Assistant, Microbiology & Parasitology
1988 - 1991

Assistant Professor, Department of Pathobiology, College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University

DrMedVet, Veterinary Medical University in Vienna, Austria, 1977
DVM, Veterinary Medical University in Vienna, Austria, 1976
DPhil, Louisiana State University
respiratory diseases pathogenesis pathobiology