Other Veterinary Technologies


Cryotherapy Methods to Treat Laminitis

November 22, 2011

Cryotherapy is known to have anti-inflammatory and pain relieving effects, both of which help affected horses.... Read More


McDonnell Receives AAEP's George Stubbs Award

November 21, 2011

The award honors a nonveterinarian individual who has made substantial contributions to veterinary medicine... Read More


Assessing Lameness Severity in Horses with Chronic Laminitis

November 20, 2011

The use of force plate-based technology could quantify lameness severity in chronically laminitic horses.... Read More


Cohen Discusses Epidemiology in the 2011 Milne Lecture

November 20, 2011

Texas A&M professor Noah Cohen, VMD, MPH, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, delivered the Frank J. Milne lecture Nov. 20.... Read More


Inaugural EQUUS Foundation Research Fellowships Awarded

November 20, 2011

Two equine researchers were presented today with the inaugural 2011 EQUUS Foundation Research Fellowships.... Read More


Treating Respiratory Diseases Horse Course Archived

November 16, 2011

The presentation discussed evidence-based approaches to treating airway disease (such as heaves) in horses.... Read More


Blikslager Honored for Work in Equine Pain Management

November 15, 2011

Blikslager was selected by an international panel chaired by David Hodgson, BVSc, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, FACSM.... Read More


2011 Rutgers Equine Science Update Scheduled for Dec. 8

November 08, 2011

The evening will include a high-speed treadmill demonstration and an Equine Science Center activity update.... Read More


Horse Treadmill Makes Learning Equine Science Fun for Youth

November 04, 2011

The Rutgers ESC has added a virtual tour of their exercise physiology laboratory to their website.... Read More

FEI President HRH Princess Haya, who gave the opening address at the 2011 WEVA Conference in India on Nov. 2.


FEI President Celebrates Equine Vets at 2011 WEVA Congress

November 03, 2011

FEI President HRH Princess Haya delivered the opening address at the 2011 WEVA Congress in India on Nov. 2.... Read More


Lecture Discusses NEXT Generation in Equine Tissue Healing

October 30, 2011

Nonsurgical exogenous crosslinking therapy (NEXT) is undergoing efficacy testing in healing equine tendons... Read More


Scientist: Score Equine Pain with 'Research Pain Models'

October 29, 2011

Reliable equine pain models are required for testing the effectiveness of new or existing pain-killing drugs.... Read More


UM Seeks Help in Seasonal Pasture Myopathy Research

October 28, 2011

Researchers are still working to fully understand this pasture-associated muscle disorder of unknown cause.... Read More


ITPP Research Receives Funding from PHHA

October 25, 2011

The money will help develop detection methods for and study the effects of ITPP, a performance enhancing drug.... Read More


UK Graduate Spotlight: Katheryn Cerny

October 22, 2011

Katheryn Cerny will complete her master's in veterinary science at the University of Kentucky in early 2012.... Read More

Amanda Adams and two of her aged research subjects.


Adams Named Assistant Research Professor at Gluck Center

October 20, 2011

Adams' research in her new position will focus on equine immunology, gerontology, and nutrition.... Read More


Rattlesnake Bites in Horses: A Retrospective Review

October 16, 2011

Researchers noted a 9% mortality rate in horses bitten by rattlesnakes.... Read More


The State of the Equine Genome Sequence

October 15, 2011

The first equine genome was sequence was completed in 2007, but what is the state of that sequence in 2011?... Read More


Strongyle Egg Counts and Race Performance

October 14, 2011

High strongyle egg counts in Standardbred trotters didn't have a negative association with racing performance.... Read More


Restorative Dentistry in Horses

October 13, 2011

Advancements in equine restorative dentistry are giving owners options when faced with some dental disorders.... Read More


Potential Impacts of Regenerative Medicine in Horses

October 12, 2011

Stem cells for treatment of equine orthopedic injuries has recently received increased attention.... Read More


Cortisol Test Might Detect Horses at Higher Risk for Colic

October 11, 2011

The cortisol circadian rhythm ratio can identify horses under chronic stress and at risk for colic.... Read More


AAEP Fellowships Encourage Careers in Equine Research

October 10, 2011

The AAEP Foundation will award the first-ever EQUUS Foundation Research Fellowships at the AAEP Convention.... Read More


Postcard from the AMMVEE Congress

October 08, 2011

More than 400 veterinarians attended September's AMMVEE Congress, which took place in Guanajato, Mexico. ... Read More


AHF Releases 2011 Equine Research Project Summaries

October 06, 2011

The Arabian Horse Foundation released summaries of the research projects the organization funded in 2011. ... Read More