Glenn Jackson

Email: gjackson4@unl.edu

Phone: 308.367.5218

Office: Vet Tech Building 107

Ph.D., University of Missouri-Columbia
DVM, University of California-Davis
B.S., Brigham Young University

Areas of Expertise

Laboratory Animal Medicine, Animal Welfare and Regulations, Animal Models of Human Disease, Small Animal Medicine and Surgery

Courses Taught

Career Strategies (VTS 2241)
Clinical Practices (VTS 2331)
Diseases of Veterinary Medicine (VTS 2733)
Equine Diseases & Pharmacology (VTE 1633)
Laboratory Animal Medicine I (VTL 1113)
Laboratory Animal Medicine II (VTL 1122)
Laboratory Animal Management (VTL 1133)
Learning Communities (PSY 1011)
Medical Terminology (VTS 1301)
Pharmacology (VTS 1713)

Student Organizations

Campus Crusade for Christ

Selected Publications 

  1. Lin H, Jackson GA, Lu Y, Drenkhahn SK, Starkey NJ, Folk W, Fritsche KL, Lubahn DB. Inhibition of Hedgehog Signaling by Extracts of Sutherlandia. Cell Biology International, 40(2): 131-42, February 2016
  2. Moo-Puc R, Caamal-Fuentes E, Peraza-Sanchez S, Slusarz A, Jackson G, Drenkahn SK, Lubahn DB. Antiproliferative and Antiestrogenic Activities of Bonediol an Alkyl Catechol from Bonellia macrocarpa. BioMed Research International; 2015.
  3. Jackson GA, Livingston RS, Riley LK, Livingston BA, Franklin CL. Development of a PCR for the detection of Spironucleus muris.JAALAS, 52(2): 165-70, March 2013.
  4. Slusarz A, Jackson GA, DAY JK, Shenouda NS, Bogener JL, Browning JD, Fritsche KL, MacDonald RS, Besch-Williford CL, Lubahn DB. Aggressive prostate cancer is prevented in ERαKO mice and stimulated in ERβKO TRAMP mice. Endocrinology, 153(9):4160-70, September 2012.

Awards and Honors

Parents Recognition Award for Contribution to Students, University of Nebraska – Lincoln Parents Association, 2015

Professional Associations

American Veterinary Medical Association
Nebraska Veterinary Medical Association
American Association of Laboratory Animal Science
Association of Veterinary Technician Educators
Society of Laboratory Animal Veterinary Technicians
American Society of Laboratory Animal Practitioners
Western Central Nebraska Medical Reserve Corps

Licenses and Accreditations

Licensed, in good standing, to practice veterinary medicine in Nebraska and California; USDA accredited (Category II)