Teaching Assistant Professor of Animal Health
Douglas Shane, Ph.D., D.V.M. is a teaching assistant professor of animal health at Kansas State University's Olathe campus.
Shane instructs several graduate-level courses and serves as the major professor or as a supervisory committee member to graduate students in animal health degree and certificate programs and tracks at the Olathe campus.
He also designs academic courses and professional development programming tailored to Greater Kansas City's growing animal health industry.
Shane, who has a background in data analytics and clinical development, previously was a research scientist at Elanco Animal Health. There, he was the clinical lead for farm animal therapeutics, digital technology and precision livestock development programs. He worked with internal research sites and external contract research organizations and was responsible for budgetary oversight and clinical project management.
Before that, he was a project architect at Elanco Animal Health, where he led farm animal and companion animal projects in the areas of the diagnostics, smart farming technologies, novel delivery systems and other digital innovations for animal health. He also worked at Bayer U.S.
Degree Program Affiliations
M.S. in Veterinary Biomedical Science
Animal Health Regulatory Affairs Graduate Certificate
- Ph.D., Pathobiology, Kansas State University — 2016
- D.V.M. (graduated magna cum laude), Kansas State University — 2015
- Graduate Certificate, Applied Statistics, Kansas State University — 2016
- B.S., Animal Science and Industry, Kansas State University — 2011
- Certara Certified NCA Analyst Using Phoenix WinNonlin, Certara, 2019
- Accredited Veterinarian, National Veterinary Accreditation Program, 2015 – 2018
- Tritrichomonas Testing Certification Course, Kansas State University, 2014
- Beef Quality Assurance Certification, Kansas State University, 2011
- Artificial Insemination Certification, Kansas State University, 2010
- Data analytics
- Farm animal therapeutics
- Digital technology
- Academy of Veterinary Consultants
- National Cattlemen's Beef Association
- American Veterinary Medical Association
- American Association of Bovine Practitioners
- Knights of Columbus
D. D. Shane, K. Lechtenberg, J. Seagren, R.K. Tessman, V. Singhu, Y. Wang, J. Coetzee, and K. Reif. The clinical effectiveness of enrofloxacin 100 mg/mL injectable solution for the treatment of acute anaplasmosis in cattle caused by Anaplasma marginale. The Bovine Practitioner, 54(1), 51-57.
O’Connor AM, Totton SC, Shane D. A systematic review and network meta-analysis of injectable antibiotic treatment options for naturally occurring swine respiratory disease. J Swine Health Prod. 2019;27(3):133-149.
D. D. Shane, J. G. McLellan, B. J. White, R. L. Larson, D. E. Amrine, M. W. Sanderson, and M. D. Apley (2017) Evaluation of animal-to-animal and community contact structures determined by real time location systems for correlation to and prediction of new bovine respiratory disease diagnoses in feedlot cattle during the first 28 days on feed. American Journal of Veterinary Research. December 2018, Vol. 79, No. 12, Pages 1277-1286.
D. D. Shane, R. L. Larson, M. W. Sanderson, M. D. Miesner, and B. J. White (2017) A deterministic, dynamic systems model of cow-calf production: The effects of breeding replacement heifers before mature cows over a 10 year horizon. Journal of Animal Science 95.
T. D. Avra, K. M. Abell, D. D. Shane, M. E. Theurer, R. L. Larson, and B. J. White. (2017) A retrospective analysis of risk factors associated with bovine respiratory disease treatment failure in feedlot cattle. Journal of Animal Science. 95:1521-1527.
D.D. Shane (2016) The application of systems thinking in cattle production. Dissertation. Kansas State University
D. D. Shane, B. J. White, R. L. Larson, D. E. Amrine, and J. L. Kramer (2016) Probabilities of cattle participating in eating and drinking behavior when located at feeding and watering locations by a real time location system. Computers and Electronics in Agriculture. 127. 460-466.
Abscracts and Presentations
Shane D (2022) Panelist. K-State Olathe Veterinary Medicine Career Transition Workshop.
Shane D (2021) Panelist. K-State Olathe Veterinary Medicine Career Transition Workshop.
Shane D (2020) The Clinical Effectiveness of Baytril 100-CA1 for the Treatment of Clinical Anaplasmosis in Inoculated Beef Cows. Academy of Veterinary Consultants Summer Meeting.
Shane D (2019) Zelnate Mortality Reduction – Not Just One Study. Academy of Veterinary Consultants Winter Meeting. Kansas City, MO.
Shane D (2019) Careers in Animal Health. Presentation to visiting veterinary students.
Shane D (2019) A systematic review and network meta-analysis of injectable antibiotic treatment options for naturally-occurring swine respiratory disease. 12th International Pig Farming Symposium (Simposio Internacional de Suinocultura, SINSUI), Porto Alegre, Brazil.
Shane D (2019) Overview of a mixed treatment comparison meta-analysis of BRD treatments in North America. 2019 Bayer Stocker Producer Advisory Council.
Shane D (2019) Review and pooled analysis of studies evaluating Zelnate as part of arrival processing protocols. 2019 Bayer Feedlot Veterinary Advisory Council and Stocker Producer Advisory Council.
Shane D (2019) Sponsor Perspectives on Effective Relationships with CROs. K-State Olathe Regulatory Affairs Animal Health Seminar Series.
Shane D (2018) Use and Interpretation of Scientific Literature. 2018 Bayer US National Business Meeting.
Shane D, Larson R (2016) Using a deterministic systems model to examine the effects of the postpartum period on cow-calf productivity over 10 years. 49th Annual Conference of the American Association of Bovine Practitioners.
Shane D, Larson R (2016) Using a deterministic systems model to examine the effects of the postpartum period on cow-calf productivity over 10 years. Summer Conference, Academy of Veterinary Consultants.
Shane D, Larson R (2016) A deterministic model of cow-calf production over 10 years. Phi Zeta Day, Kansas State University.
Shane D, White B, Larson R, Amrine D (2013) Associations between calf location recorded by remote real time location system and calf behavior documented via video analysis. Phi Zeta Day, Kansas State University.
*Authors contributed equally to this work.