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Researcher Studying Ticks' Role in Fevers of Unknown Origin

Researchers will use samples from horses with fevers of unknown origin to look for tick-borne infections. Read More

Cornell Vet Researchers Investigate Atrial Fibrillation

When Sophy Jesty was 20 years old and an animal science major at Cornell, she met N. Sydney Moise, DVM, MS, Dipl ACVIM (internal medicine, cardiology), now professor of medicine and chief of the section of cardiology at Cornell's College of Read More

Equine Reproduction Advances: Filly Born a Year after Dam's Death

Mira, a foal born Aug. 4, runs happily in Binghamton, N.Y., even though her mother died almost a year ago from a ruptured intestine. Her birth was made possible through a team at Cornell that might be among the first to successfully extract Read More

Cornell Veterinary Immunologist Wins Research Award

Margaret Bynoe, PhD, assistant professor of immunology at Cornell University's College of Veterinary Medicine, has been named as the 2009 recipient of the Pfizer Animal Health Award for Research Excellence, which recognizes the outstanding Read More

Wagner Named Cornell Zweig Professor

Bettina Wagner, DVM, PhD, assistant professor of immunology at Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine, has been named the Harry M. Zweig Assistant Professor in Equine Health. The three-year term endowed position recognizes a junior faculty Read More

Big Horse? Small Horse? Help Scientists Study Size Genes

What makes your horse different from the horse in the next stall? Why doesn't a Kentucky Derby contender walk like a Budweiser Clydesdale? Why don't either of them look like Read More

Prevent CEM, Other Infectious Diseases Through Strict Hygiene

Strict hygiene guidelines should be followed whenever handling breeding mares or stallions to prevent reproductive infectious diseases, including contagious equine metritis (CEM).

CEM is spread between horses primarily by breeding, either b Read More

Tiny Shift in Herpesvirus Causes Neurologic Form

Sometimes a small change can make a big difference. Such is the case with equine herpesvirus, according to researchers with Cornell's College of Veterinary Medicine. When it comes to the virus, a change in just one amino acid can make Read More