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Reproductive Physiology

Daniel Mathew

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Assistant Professor 

Division of Animal & Nutritional Sciences
P.O. Box 6108
Davis College of Agriculture, Natural Resources and Design
West Virginia University 
2211 Agricultural Sciences
Mathew's  Davis College faculty webpage


PhD, University of Missouri


Reproductive Biology, Assisted Reproductive Technology, Reproductive Endocrinology, Implantation


AVS 493A--Endocrinology


  • Mathew D. J.*, J. M. Sánchez, C. Passaro, G. Charpigny, S. Behura, T. E. Spencer and P. Lonergan. Interferon tau-dependent and independent effects of the bovine conceptus on the endometrial transcriptome: effect of conceptus origin and sex. 2018. Biol Reprod.
  • Geisert R. D., J. J. Whyte, A. E. Meyer, D. J. Mathew, M. R. Juarez, M. C. Lucy, R. S. Prather and T. E. Spencer. 2017. Review: Rapid conceptus elongation in the pig: An interleukin 1 beta 2 and estrogen regulated phenomena. Mol Reprod Dev 84(9):760-774. doi: 10.1002/mrd.22813.
  • Mathew D. J.*, M. C. Lucy and R. D. Geisert. 2016. Review: Interleukins, interferons and establishment of pregnancy in pigs. Reprod doi: 10.1530/REP-16-0047.
  • Mathew D. J.*, E. M. Newsom, J. M. Guyton, C. K. Tuggle, R. D. Geisert and M. C. Lucy. 2015. Activation of the transcription factor nuclear factor-kappa B (NFKB) in uterine luminal epithelial cells by interleukin-1 beta 2 (IL1B2): a novel interleukin-1 expressed by the elongating pig conceptus. Biol Reprod 92(4): 107 1-13
  • Lucy M. C., R. C. Escalante, D. H. Keisler, W. R. Lamberson and D. J. Mathew. 2013. Short communication: Glucose infusion into early postpartum cows defines an upper physiological set point for blood glucose and causes rapid and reversible changes in blood hormones and metabolites. J Dairy Sci 96(9): 5762-5768.
  • Mathew D. J.*, E. M. Sellner, J. C. Green, C. S. Okamura, L. L. Anderson, M. C. Lucy, and R. D. Geisert. 2011. Uterine progesterone receptor expression, conceptus development and ovarian function in pigs treated with RU 486 during early pregnancy. Biol Reprod 84(1): 130-139.