Jon Reuter
Assistant Vice Chancellor of Research Integrity & Compliance, Research Professor
Psychology and Neuroscience

Office of Animal Resources
2860 Wilderness Place
Boulder, CO 80301

Jon D. Reuter, MPVM, DVM, DACLAM is the Director and Attending Veterinarian for the Office of Animal Resources, and Associate Research Professor, Department of Psychology and Neuroscience at the University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. He is actively involved in programmatic affairs including directing and managing a busy animal resource staff in husbandry and operations, veterinary care, colony management, behavioral testing, and regulatory compliance.   He participates in many collaborative research investigations in the fields of neuroscience, integrative physiology, wildlife ecology, and comparative medicine research.  Prior to joining the faculty at CU Boulder, Dr. Reuter served as Sr. Director of the Animal Resources Department, Sr. Staff Scientist, and Attending Veterinarian at the Salk Institute for Biological Studies, LaJolla, CA. Dr. Reuter graduated from the University of California, Davis with a B.S. in Veterinary Science. He then attended the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine and earned his Doctorate of Veterinary Medicine and a Master's in Preventative Veterinary Medicine. After veterinary school, he entered a Postdoctoral Residency Program in Laboratory Animal Science at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.  During the residency, his research interests were in the field of infectious disease with focus on nanomolecular countermeasures to potential bio-warfare agents such as anthrax and influenza. Dr. Reuter was recruited to Yale University’s Section of Comparative Medicine where he led a successful infectious disease research laboratory and supported the Yale Animal Resources Center and IACUC. 

Selected Publications:

Reuter JD, Myc A, Hayes MM, Gan Z, Roy R, Qin D, Yin R, Piehler L, Esfand R, Tomalia DA, Baker JR. 1999. Inhibition of viral adhesion and infection by sialic acid-conjugated dendritic polymers. Bioconjugate Chem. 10(2): 271-278.

Reuter JD, Vivas-Gonzalez BE, Gomez DL, Wilson J, Brandsma JL, Greenstone HL, Rose JK, Roberts AJ. 2002. Intranasal vaccination with a recombinant vesicular stomatitis virus expressing cottontail rabbit papilloma virus L1 protein provides complete protection against papillomavirus-induced disease. J. Virol.76:8900-8909.

Reuter JD, Gomez DL, Wilson JH, van den Pol AN. 2004. Systemic Immune Deficiency Necessary for Cytomegalovirus Invasion of the Mature Brain. J. Virol.78:1473-1487.

Reuter JD, Wilson JH, Idoko KE, van den Pol AN. 2005. CD4+ T cell reconstitution reduces cytomegalovirus in immunocompromised brain. J. Virol. 79:9527-9539.

Reuter JD, Livingston R, Leblanc M. 2011. Management strategies for controlling endemic and seasonal mouse parvovirus infection in a barrier facility. Lab Anim. 40:145-152.

Reuter JD, Fang X, Ly CS, Suter KK, Gibbs D. 2012. Assessment of hazard risk associated with the intravenous use of novel viral vectors in rodents. CM 62:361-70.