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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE A NIMAL INDUSTRY DIVISION JOAN M. ARNOLDI, D.V.M., M.S. State Veterinarian and Division Director NANCY A. FRANK, D.V.M., M.P.H. Assistant State Veterinarian.

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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTUREANIMAL INDUSTRY DIVISIONJOAN M. ARNOLDI, D.V.M., M.S.State VeterinarianandDivision Director NANCY A. FRANK, D.V.M., M.P.H.Assistant State Veterinarian

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MDA MissionTo serve, promote and protect the food, agricultural, environmental and economic interests of the people of the State of Michigan

animal industry division
Animal Industry Division
  • Oversees health and safety of livestock and other domestic animals in Michigan.
  • Monitors and controls interstate and intrastate movement of animals and animal products.
  • Eradicate and/or control the spread of diseases, particularly diseases that could affect humans.
animal industry division partnerships
Animal Industry Division - Partnerships
  • Universities
  • Industries
  • Private Veterinary Practitioners
  • Governmental Agencies
bovine tuberculosis tb program
Bovine Tuberculosis (TB) Program
  • Top priority in Animal Industry Division
  • Bovine TB found in cattle and wild deer in a small area of Michigan
  • Goal is to eradicate bovine TB
food animal programs michael vanderklok d v m
Food Animal ProgramsMichael VanderKlok, D.V.M.
  • Paratuberculosis (Johne’s Disease)
  • Scrapie
  • Other ruminant reportable diseases
  • Livestock Marketing
  • Drug Residue
  • Animal Production Food Safety
  • Bodies of Dead Animals
privately owned cervidae and aquaculture programs doug hoort d v m
Privately Owned Cervidae andAquaculture ProgramsDoug Hoort, D.V.M.
  • Tuberculosis
  • Chronic Wasting Disease
  • Whirling Disease
  • Other reportable diseases
swine and poultry programs vacant
Swine and Poultry ProgramsVacant
  • Pseudorabies
  • Trichinosis
  • Avian Influenza
  • Infectious Laryngotracheitis
  • Salmonella pullorum
  • Other reportable diseases
equine program steven halstead d v m m s
Equine ProgramSteven Halstead, D.V.M., M.S.
  • West Nile Virus
  • Equine Infectious Anemia
  • Equine Encephalomyelitis
  • Other Equine reportable diseases
  • Riding Stables
companion animal program cont
Companion Animal Program (cont.)
  • Rabies
  • Psittacosis
  • Other reportable Companion Animal diseases
  • Animal Control Officers - Training
emergency management and brucellosis programs debbi donch d v m
Emergency Management and Brucellosis ProgramsDebbi Donch, D.V.M.
  • Designated Brucellosis Epidemiologist
  • AID Emergency Management Coordinator
    • Liaison to USDA, MSP, and AVMA
how we get our job done
How we get our job done!
  • Laws, regulations
  • Reportable disease list
  • Investigations
  • 68 staff members in Animal Industry Division; 40 work in the field
  • Compliance assistance
  • Enforcement
career opportunities for veterinarians
Career Opportunities for Veterinarians
  • Classifications and job descriptions
  • Background and training
  • Skills, knowledge, and abilities
classifications and job descriptions
Classifications and Job Descriptions
  • Veterinarian 11 - Field position
  • Veterinarian 12 - Field position
  • Veterinarian 13 - Program Specialist
  • Veterinarian 14 - Management
  • Veterinarian 15 - Management
  • Veterinarian 17 - State Veterinarian
skills knowledge and abilities
Technical Knowledge

Communication – oral and written

Flexibility

Adaptability

Team Work

Continuous learning

Customer Focus

Managing Conflict

Planning and Organizing

Work Standards

Building Partnerships

Skills, Knowledge, and Abilities
the good stuff
The Good Stuff
  • Challenges
  • Scope
  • Impact on Animal Health and Welfare
  • Hours/Salary/Benefits
  • Related Activities
how did i get here
How did I get Here?
  • Internship in Small Animal Medicine and Surgery
  • Private Practice
  • Begin MPH
  • MSU-Laboratory Animal Medicine
  • MDA-Companion Animal Program Manager
  • Finish MPH
  • MDA-Operations Manager
dr joan arnoldi ms
Dr. Joan Arnoldi, MS
  • Private Practice
  • Director, Wisconsin Laboratory
  • Wisconsin State Veterinarian
  • USDA Animal Care
  • National Veterinary Services Laboratory
  • USDA, APHIS Administration
  • Michigan State Veterinarian