Stephen Reed, DVM, DACVIM

Stephen M. Reed, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, earned his veterinary degree at The Ohio State University before completing a residency at Michigan State University. He started his academic teaching career at Washington State University from 1979-1983. He then returned to Ohio State, where he spent 26 years as professor and mentor in the equine medicine department. Reed is an internal medicine specialist and noted author and editor of numerous scientific articles and textbooks. He’s spoken at many state, national, and international meetings. His primary research interests include equine neurologic diseases. He’s currently an internist and shareholder at Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital, in Lexington, Kentucky; an emeritus professor at The Ohio State University; and an adjunct professor at the University of Kentucky.

Articles by Stephen Reed

Equine Infectious Neurologic Diseases Table Topic (AAEP 2012)

The discussion focused on four continuing problems: EHM, EPM, WNV, and other encephalitides. Read More

EPM and Pregnancy

Are there anytreatments available for EPM that are safe for use in pregnant mares? Read More

My Horse Might Have Rabies ... What Now?

Learn how to protect yourself when dealing with a horse that could be infected with rabies. Read More

Vets Discuss Infectious Neurologic Diseases, AAEP 2008

What are the most important neurologic problems veterinarians face throughout the year? That's the question Debra Sellon, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, associate dean of the Graduate School at Washington State University and professor of equine Read More

Narcolepsy in Horses

I am requesting information regarding narcolepsy. I haven't found any sources with any information. Read More