Dr. Isaac Jumper

Dr. Isaac Jumper

Title:

  • Assistant Professor

Contacts:

wij3@msstate.edu
Office: (662) 325-1447
A1216

Overview

Summary:

Dr. Jumper grew up on a beef cow-calf operation in northeast Arkansas, and obtained a Bachelors of Science degree in Biochemistry with a minor in Animal and Dairy Sciences from Mississippi State University. Dr. Jumper graduated from the Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine in 2018, completed a residency in Population Medicine in 2021, and graduated with his Ph.D. in Veterinary Science with a concentration in Population Medicine in 2023. Dr. Jumper is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Pathobiology and Population Medicine at the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Research interests:

Dr. Jumper's research interests center around antimicrobial stewardship in food animal production agriculture. Dr. Jumper is interested in developing methods of using health and production data to make evidence-based management and husbandry decisions that reduce the risk of disease in food producing animals. Dr. Jumper is also interested in discovering methods of mitigating the risk of production limiting diseases in beef cow-calf production, such as bovine anaplasmosis, while also reducing the need for and preserving efficacy of antimicrobials.

Publications

Conference Proceeding

  • Case-control study to identify management practices associated with morbidity and mortality from bovine anaplasmosis in Mississippi USA cow-calf herds..  International Symposium of Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics. 2022

Journal Article

  • Survey of veterinary involvement in cattle health and production record-keeping on U.S. cow-calf operations.. Bovine Practitioner . Volume 56, Issue 2, Pages 29-37. 2022
  • Survey of U.S. cow-calf producer access to and use of technology for cattle health and production record-keeping purposes. Bovine Practitioner / Intl Symp Vet Epidemiology Economics. Volume 56, Issue 2, Pages 16-28. 2022
  • Survey of U.S. cow-calf producer methods and opinions of cattle health and production record-keeping. . Bovine Practitioner / Intl Symp Vet Epidemiology Economics. Volume 56, Issue 2, Pages 1-15. 2022

MAFES Research Publication

Published Abstract

  • Describing the consumption of chlortetracycline-containing supplement offered free-choice to commercial beef cows on pasture. Journal of Animal Science. 2023
  • Describing the consumption of chlortetracycline-containing mineral offered free-choice to commercial beef cows on pasture. MSU Undergraduate Research Symposium. Issue Spring 2023. 2023
  • Describing the consumption of chlortetracycline-containing mineral offered free-choice to commercial beef cows on pasture. Mississippi State University Undergraduate Research and Creative Discovery. 2023

Presentations

Abstract

  • "Antimicrobial Use by Veterinarians in Canine Practice in Alabama, USA. ." MSU-CVM Summer Research Experience, MSU-CVM, MSU-CVM. 2021

Poster

  • "Describing consumption of chlotetracycline-containing mineral offered free-choice to fall-calving cows on pasture: a pilot study." North MS Producer Advisor Council, NMREC, Verona. 2023

Areas of Expertise

Epidemiology Population and preventive medicine Beef cow-calf production Antimicrobial stewardship