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Francois Mauger, PhD, is currently a postdoctoral researcher at Louisiana State University (Baton Rouge, LA, USA) in the Department of Physics & Astronomy, since 2015. He completed his doctoral thesis at the Center for Theoretical Physics (2009 to 2012 – Marseille, France) after which he worked as a postdoctoral researcher at the University of Sherbrooke (2012 to 2015 – Qc, Canada) in the Computational Chemistry & Molecular Photonics lab. His main research interests include theoretical strong-field physics and attosecond science – using classical, quantum, and semiclassical models – and the perspective of nonlinear dynamics.
Dr. Rademacher received her DVM from the Justus-Liebig-University of Giessen in Germany in 2000 and her Dr. med. vet. from the Vetsuisse University of Bern, Switzerland. This was followed by a 1year Internship in a small animal referral clinic in Tenniken in Switzerland (TUEZ). She completed her speciality residency training in diagnostic imaging at the Vetsuisse University of Zurich in Switzerland from 2002-2006. She is a Diplomate of the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging since 2007 and the American College of Veterinary Radiology since 2010. Dr. Rademacher started working as a Visiting Clinical Intructor at the School of Veterinary Medicine, Louisiana State University January 2007 and started as an Assistant Professor at LSU in October 2007. Currently, she is an Associate Professor of Diagnostic Imaging at LSU since 2015, active in the European College of Veterinary Diagnostic Imaging and American College of Veterinary Radiology and has authored and co-authored numerous papers and publications as well as has done numerous lectures and presentations nationally and internationally.
Cherie Pucheu-Haston, DVM, PhD is an associate professor of veterinary dermatology and immunology at Louisiana State University School of Veterinary Medicine. Dr. Pucheu-Haston received her DVM from Louisiana State University and completed her residency at North Carolina State University. She worked as a specialist in private practice for seven years, then returned to NCSU to pursue a PhD in immunology. Dr. Pucheu-Haston then completed a three year appointment as a post-doctoral researcher at the United States Environmental Protection Agency, studying the role of mold allergens in the development of asthma before returning to LSU to assume her current position. She is currently serving as the American co-chair of the International Committee on Allergic Diseases in Animals. Her interests include the immunology of allergic skin and pulmonary diseases, as well as the immune response to fungal infections.