Lynelle Johnson

Position Title
Associate Professor

Department of Medicine and Epidemiology, School of Veterinary Medicine

2108 Tupper Hall

Profile Introduction

Pulmonary vascular biology and endothelium-mediated control of vasoreactivityInflammatory disease of the nasal cavity

Research Interests

Pulmonary vascular biology and endothelium-mediated control of vasoreactivity Inflammatory disease of the nasal cavity

Specialties / Focus

  • Cardiorespiratory Physiology
  • Comparative Physiology
  • Systemic Physiology

Professional Societies

  • American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine
  • American Thoracic Society


  • 0 D.V.M. - Ohio State University
  • 0 M.S. - University of Illinois
  • 0 Ph.D. - University of Missouri


RC Windsor, LR Johnson, JE Sykes, TL Drazenovich, CM Leutenegger, HEV De Cock. Molecular detection of microbes in nasal biopsies of dogs with idiopathic lymphoplasmacytic rhinitis. Journal of Veterinary Internal Medicine 20: 250-256, 2006.

LR Johnson, HEV De Cock, JE Sykes, PH Kass, DJ Maggs, CM. Leutenegger. Nasal cytokine gene transcription in cats with histologic evidence of nasal inflammation. American Journal of Veteterinary Research 66(6): 996-1001, 2005.

LR Johnson, DJ Maggs. Feline herpesvirus type-1 transcription is associated with increased nasal cytokine gene transcription in cats. Veterinary Microbiology 108: 225-233. 2005.

Johnson LR. Fales WH. 2001. Clinical and microbiologic findings in dogs with bronchoscopically diagnosed tracheal collapse: 37 cases (1990-1995). Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association. 219(9):1247-1250