Are you concerned about worms in your horses? If you're not, you should be! Learn why we need to learn to live with the worms to a degree, and how to protect your horses while minimizing dewormer resistance.
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About the Experts
Ray M. Kaplan, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVIM, EVPC, is a professor of parasitology in the University of Georgia College of Veterinary Medicine's Department of Infectious Diseases. He served on the 2013 American Association of Equine Practitioner's Parasite Control Guidelines subcommittee.
Martin Krarup Nielsen, DVM, PhD, Dipl. ACVM, is an associate professor of parasitology and the Schlaikjer professor in equine infectious disease at the University of Kentucky's Maxwell H. Gluck Equine Research Center, in Lexington. His research focus includes parasite diagnostic measures and drug resistance. Known as a foremost expert in the field of equine parasites, Nielsen chaired the American Association of Equine Practitioners’ (AAEP) parasite control task force, which produced the “AAEP Parasite Control Guidelines.”
Wendy E. Vaala, VMD, Dipl. ACVIM, is a senior equine technical services veterinarian at Merck Animal Health and specializes in internal medicine and equine neonatology and perinatology. Prior to joining Merck Animal Health in 2004, Vaala was an assistant professor in large animal medicine at New Bolton Center, where she helped develop the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) and high-risk pregnancy program. After leaving academia, Vaala served on the staff of Mid-Atlantic Equine Medical Center and BW Furlong and Associates in New Jersey, where she started NICUs, foaling programs for mares with high-risk pregnancies, and medicine referral services at both practices. She is board certified in large animal internal medicine and an active member of the American Association of Equine Practitioners. She has been an invited lecturer at seminars and symposiums for horse owners and veterinarians in North and South America, Australia, and Europe. She also has authored articles for veterinary journals and is an assistant editor for the textbook Equine Reproduction.