I have continued both a clinical and research interest in antimicrobial resistance and from a research perspective am involved in research into multidrug resistant E. coli in companion animal species. This is currently the topic of a 4 year PhD studentship exploring the molecular epidemiology of these organisms.
I am also involved in cardiovascular research and currently am working on a collaborative project using 2 and 3D models of mitral valve disease in dogs to explore the pathophysiology of this disease and identify potential therapeutic targets.
Samuel Wagner, David L. Gally, Sally A. Argyle. 2014. Multidrug-resistant Escherichia coli from canine urinary tract infections tend to have commensal phylotypes, lower prevalence of virulence determinants and ampC-replicons. Veterinary Microbiology Vol: 169 Pages: 171-178. More»
H. Hodgkiss-Geere, D. Argyle, B. Corcoran, E. Milne, Bruce Whitelaw, D. Bennett, S. Argyle. 2010. Characterisation and cardiac directed differentiation of canine adult stem cells. More»
H. M. Hodgkiss-Geere, D. J. Argyle, B. M. Corcoran, B. Whitelaw, E. Milne, D. Bennett, S. A. Argyle. 2012. Characterisation and differentiation potential of bone marrow derived canine mesenchymal stem cells. Veterinary Journal Vol: 194 Pages: 361-368. More»
H.M. Hodgkiss-Geere, D.J. Argyle, B.M. Corcoran, B. Whitelaw, E. Milne, D. Bennett, S.A. Argyle. 2011. Cardiac Specific Gene Expression Changes in Long Term Culture of Murine Mesenchymal Stem Cells. International Journal of Stem Cells Vol: 4 Pages: 143-148. More»