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Welcome to the Department of Veterinary Science Continuing Education Program

The Department of Veterinary Science offers continuing education credits for veterinarians through attendance of seminars and other professional presentations by visiting scholars.  An announcement of forthcoming seminars and presentations both eligible and non-eligible for education credit can be viewed here.

For additional information contact:

Ernest Bailey, PhD
108 Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40546-0099

E-mail: ebailey@uky.edu

Phone: (859) 218-1105
Fax: (859) 257-8542

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Upcoming Seminars

— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, December 1 — 4:00 pm

Host Factors Controlling the Fate of Equine Arteritis Virus Infection.

Sanjay Sarkar, MVSc, PhD

Postdoctoral Scholar
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky

This seminar is not eligible for veterinary continuing education credits.


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, December 8 — 4:00 pm

TBA.

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, December 15 — 4:00 pm

TBA.

Zelalem Mekuria, DVM, PhD

Postdoctoral Scholar
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky

This seminar is not eligible for veterinary continuing education credits.


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday December 22 — 9:00 am

PhD Defense Seminar:

TBA.

Parvathy Thampi, DVM, MS

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky

This seminar is not eligible for veterinary continuing education credits.


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Recent Seminars

— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Friday, November 18 — 10:00 am

Can Enrofloxacin be Safely Administered to Late-Term Pregnant Mares?

Igor Canisso, DVM, MSc, PhD, Dipl.ACT, Dipl. ECAR (Equine Reproduction)

Assistant Professor of Theriogenology (Equine Reproduction)
Department of Veterinary Clinical Medicine
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Comparative Biosciences
Department of Comparative Biosciences
College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium at the UK Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (map)

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, November 17 — 4:00 pm

Diarrhea: What new "tools" are available for diagnosis, treatment and prevention.

Nathan Slovis, DVM, DACVIM, CHT

Hagyard Equine Medical Institute

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.

For more information or suggestions for the seminar series please contact Drs. David Horohov (David.Horohov@uky.edu) or Craig Carter (Craig.Carter@uky.edu).

Previous seminars in this series can be seen at http://www.thehorse.com/Videos.aspx?tab=hc (registration required).


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, November 10 — 4:00 pm

TOPIC: Carpal Disease

Julie Engiles, DACVP, VMD

Associate Professor of Pathology
Department of Pathobiology
New Bolton Center
University of Pennsylvania

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, November 3 — 4:00 pm

Training Bioinformatics-Capable Scientists through Research and Mentorship.

Dr. Bradford Condon

Post-Doctoral Scholar
Department of Plant Pathology
University of Kentucky

This seminar is not eligible for veterinary continuing education credits.


— Auditorium at the UK Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (map)

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, October 27 — 4:00 pm

Topic: Sport Horse Lameness

Brendan Furlong
B.W. Furlong and Associates

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.

For more information or suggestions for the seminar series please contact Drs. David Horohov (David.Horohov@uky.edu) or Craig Carter (Craig.Carter@uky.edu).

Previous seminars in this series can be seen at http://www.thehorse.com/Videos.aspx?tab=hc (registration required).


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, October 20 — 4:00 pm

Metabolic, Inflammatory, and Immunological Consequences of Insulin Dysregulation in Horses.

Sarah Elzinga

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky

and

Comparing Accuracy and Precision of a Smartphone-Based Parasite Egg Count System to Manual Methods. 

Jessica Scare

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky

This seminar is not eligible for veterinary continuing education credits.


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, October 13 — 4:00 pm

The Kentucky Horse Racing Necropsy Program: Progress and Prospects.

Laura A. Kennedy DVM, DACVP

Veterinary Pathologist
Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory
University of Kentucky

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Monday, October 10 — 4:00 pm

Countermeasures against Emergent and Zoonotic Animal Pathogens.

Bonto Faburay, DVM, PhD

Research Assistant Professor, Vaccines, Diagnostics, Biotherapeutics
Department of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology
College of Veterinary Medicine
Kansas State University
Manhattan, Kansas

This is an interview seminar for an Assistant or Associate Professor faculty position (tenure-track) in Emergent and Re-emergent Infectious Diseases, Department of Veterinary Science.

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, October 6 — 4:00 pm

Rift Valley Fever: Development of Target Animal Models and Novel Vaccines.

Dr. Juergen Richt

photo of Dr. RichtRegents Distinguished Professor
Department of Diagnostic Medicine/Pathobiology; Director, US Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence for Emerging and Zoonotic Animal Diseases (CEEZAD)
College of Veterinary Medicine, Kansas State University
Manhattan, Kansas, USA

Dr. Richt came to Kansas State University in 2008 as Regents Distinguished Professor and Kansas Bioscience Eminent Scholar to the College of Veterinary Medicine’s Department of Diagnostic Medicine and Pathobiology. In 2010, he became Director of the Department of Homeland Security Center of Excellence for Emerging and Zoonotic Animal Diseases (CEEZAD) which works with principal investigators from 16 universities, and various industrial partners. He received his Doctorate in Veterinary Medicine (DVM) from the University of Munich and PhD in Virology and Immunology from the University of Giessen, both in Germany. After coming to the United States in 1989, he completed three years of postdoctoral/residency studies at The Johns Hopkins University. After establishing an independent research career at the Veterinary School of Giessen, Germany, he served for eight years as a Veterinary Medical Officer at the National Animal Disease Center (USDA) in Ames, Iowa, where he worked on both swine and prion diseases. He published more than 170 peer-reviewed publications, edited several books and co-authored 200 abstracts for national and international meetings. Dr. Richt has raised more than $25 million in grants for veterinary research. His work in veterinary science focuses on the animal-human interface, called “One Health,” that links human medicine, veterinary medicine and the environment. The overall goal is to develop strategies to identify, control and eradicate agents with zoonotic potential specifically on influenza, Rift Valley Fever virus and prions.

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Monday, October 3 — 4:00 pm

Defining Mechanisms and Architecture of Versatile Bacterial Type IV Secretion System Machineries.

Carrie Shaffer, PhD

Postdoctoral Scholar
Division of Biology and Biological Engineering
California Institute of Technology
Pasadena, CA

This is an interview seminar for an Assistant or Associate Professor faculty position (tenure-track) in Emergent and Re-emergent Infectious Diseases, Department of Veterinary Science.

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium at the UK Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (map)

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, September 29 — 4:00 pm

Drug Metabolism in the Horse: Applications for Therapeutic and Regulatory Medicine

Jennifer Davis

North Carolina State University

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.

For more information or suggestions for the seminar series please contact Drs. David Horohov (David.Horohov@uky.edu) or Craig Carter (Craig.Carter@uky.edu).

Previous seminars in this series can be seen at http://www.thehorse.com/Videos.aspx?tab=hc (registration required).


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, September 27 — 4:00 pm

Cholesterol an Essential Nutrient for Borrelia.

Alvaro Toledo, PhD

Research Assistant Professor
Department of Molecular Genetics and Microbiology
Center for Infectious Diseases
Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY

This is an interview seminar for an Assistant or Associate Professor faculty position (tenure-track) in Emergent and Re-emergent Infectious Diseases, Department of Veterinary Science.

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, September 22 — 4:00 pm

Natural History of the CXCL16 Susceptibility Gene for Equine Arteritis Virus.

Ernest Bailey, PhD

Professor
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium at the UK Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (map)

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, August 253:30-5:30 pm

Genetic Testing at Gluck Laboratory Services

Dr. Kathryn Graves; UK Genetic Testing at Gluck

and

Equine Parasite Control...What's New?

Dr. Martin Nielsen; UK Gluck Equine Research Center

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.

For more information or suggestions for the seminar series please contact Drs. David Horohov (David.Horohov@uky.edu) or Craig Carter (Craig.Carter@uky.edu).

Previous seminars in this series can be seen at http://www.thehorse.com/Videos.aspx?tab=hc (registration required).


— Auditorium at the UK Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (map)

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, July 28 — 4:00 pm

Topic: Pushing and pulling across the blood gas barrier mechanisms of EIPH.

David Poole

Kansas State University

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.

For more information or suggestions for the seminar series please contact Drs. David Horohov (David.Horohov@uky.edu) or Craig Carter (Craig.Carter@uky.edu).

Previous seminars in this series can be seen at http://www.thehorse.com/Videos.aspx?tab=hc (registration required).


— Auditorium at the UK Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (map)

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, June 30 — 4:00 pm

Topic: How tumors develop from transformed cells to cancer models of multi-stage tumor development.

David Hurley

University of Georgia

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.

For more information or suggestions for the seminar series please contact Drs. David Horohov (David.Horohov@uky.edu) or Craig Carter (Craig.Carter@uky.edu).

Previous seminars in this series can be seen at http://www.thehorse.com/Videos.aspx?tab=hc (registration required).


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Wednesday, June 15 — 4:00 pm

Molecular Evolution of Equine Influenza Virulence Factors and Implication for Virus Control Strategies.

Caroline Chauché, DVM, MSc

Centre for Virus Research, Institute of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation
College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences
University of Glasgow

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, June 14 — 9:00 am

PhD Defense Seminar:

Differential Gene Expression in Equine Cartilaginous Tissues and Induced Chondrocytes.

Emma Adam, B.Vet.Med., MRCVS, DACVIM, DACVS

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky

This seminar is not eligible for veterinary continuing education credits.


Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, May 26 — 4:00 pm

For Young Scientists: Animal Health Job Opportunities in 2016 and Beyond.

Rob Keene DVM

Equine Technical Manager
Boehringer Ingelheim Vetmedica Inc.

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Wednesday, April 27 — 4:00 pm

Leptospirosis in Paradise - My Stint in Caribbean.

Dr. Ashutosh Verma

Assistant Professor
College of Veterinary Medicine
Lincoln Memorial University

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, April 21 — 4:00 pm

Emerging Infectious Diseases and Zika Virus Outbreak in Brazil.

Jenner K. Pimenta dos Reis, PhD

Professor Titular (Full Professor)
RetroLab, Department of Preventive Veterinary Medicine
College of Veterinary Medicine
Federal University of Minas Gerais, Brazil

Dr. Jenner received his B.A. in Biomedicine from Federal University of Minas Gerais (UFMG), Brazil in 1989, his M.S. in Microbiology with emphasis in Virology in 1993 and his Ph.D. in Animal Science with emphasis in viral infectious diseases and Preventive Veterinary Medicine from the same institution in 1997. Dr. Jenner then performed his postdoctoral training with Dr. Ronald Montelaro at the University of Pittsburgh in 2001 and with Dr. Charles Issel at the University of Kentucky where he studied cellular and humoral immune response of horses and donkeys for EIAV. Dr. Jenner joined the faculty of the Department of Preventive Veterinary Medicine at UFMG in 1997 as a Research Assistant Professor. He currently holds the rank of Full Professor of Virology, at UFMG, Brazil.

Dr. Jenner coordinates the Laboratory of Retroviruses (RetroLab) which conducts research programs based on epidemiological, immunological and molecular studies for retroviruses. One aspect of the RetroLab research is the development of novel serological and molecular assays for retroviruses, and the design of engineered antigens for effective diagnostic tests. The diseases currently under investigation in RetroLab are Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA), Enzootic Bovine Leucosis (EBL), Bovine Immunodeficiency Virus (BIV), Feline Immunodeficiency Virus (FIV), Feline Leukaemia Virus (FeLV) and Caprine Arthritis-Encephalitis (CAE).

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, April 14 — 4:00 pm

"Old Age is No Place for Sissies"*: Immune Responses Coping with Chronic Oral Infections at the Mucosal Surface!

*Quote from Bette Davis

Jeffrey Ebersole, PhD

Alvin L. Morris Professor of Oral Health Research
Associate Dean for Research & Graduate Studies
College of Dentistry
University of Kentucky

Photo of Dr. Ebersore

Dr. Ebersole’s laboratory focuses its research efforts on the immunobiology of oral infections.  The research emphasizes in vitro, and in vivo studies of host-pathogen interactions using animal and human models of oral disease(s), including a range of oral-systemic disease studies and as part of a major NIDCR effort to identify and validate the potential for point-of-care salivary biomarkers as diagnostic tools for oral and systemic diseases.  As Director of the Center for Oral Health Research, Dr. Ebersole has had oversight for the UK College of Dentistry Outreach and Engagement Program including the operation of multiple mobile dental vans and both Head Start and elementary school-based dental service and research programs through the Kentucky Oral Health Network (KOHN).  The goal of these programs has transitioned from simply providing safety-net dental services for the state, to an emphasis on developing, implementing, and assessing new models to improve oral health in rural communities and interfere with the economic and societal ravages of these oral infections.

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, April 7 — 4:00 pm

Bent Out of SHAPE:  The Role of Coding and Non-Coding Determinants in Alphavirus Pathogenesis.

Mark T. Heise, PhD

Professor, Department of Genetics and
Department of Microbiology and Immunology
The University of North Carolina
Chapel Hill, NC

photo of Dr. Heise

Dr. Heise received his B.A. in Biology from St. Olaf College in 1991 and his Ph.D. in Immunology from Washington University in St. Louis in 1996, where he trained with Dr. Herbert “Skip” Virgin IV.  Dr. Heise then performed his postdoctoral training with Dr. Robert Johnston at the University of North Carolina from 1997 to 2000 where he studied molecular virology and viral pathogenesis.  Dr. Heise joined the faculty of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology at UNC in 2000 as a Research Assistant Professor and then took a primary appointment within the Department of Genetics, with a joint appointment within the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, in 2003.  He currently holds the rank of Professor of Genetics, and Microbiology and Immunology at UNC.

Dr. Heise leads a research program at UNC that is focused on understanding how viral and host genetic variation influence virus-induced disease processes.  Dr. Heise’s research group has identified and characterized a number of important viral virulence determinants involved in host immune evasion and the promotion of virus-induced disease.  They have also identified key host pathways that play either protective or pathologic roles in virus-induced disease processes.  Since 2008, Dr. Heise has been involved in the Complex Trait Consortium, and in collaboration with Dr. Ralph Baric in the Department of Epidemiology and Drs. Fernando Pardo Manuel de Villena, Martin Ferris, and William Valdar in the Department of Genetics, the Heise lab has been pioneering the use of the Collaborative Cross mouse genetic reference population as system for identifying and studying polymorphic host genes associated with variation in susceptibility to virus-induced disease.

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, March 31 — 4:00 pm

Three-Minute Thesis:

By our post-qualifying exam graduate research assistants.

Carleigh Fedorka, Dr Mats Troedsson (PI), “Biologic therapeutics as a treatment for endometritis: a novel idea”

Emma Adam, Dr James MacLeod (PI), “Unique patterns of gene expression in articular chondrocytes: important insight for joint surface lesion repair and cell-based therapies”

Gloria Gellin, Dr Craig Carter (PI), “The many faces of leptospirosis”

Allison Sparling, Drs Teri Lear and Ernest Bailey (PI’s), “A tale of four unique genes in the horse”

Mariano Carossino, Dr Udeni Balasuriya (PI), “Dynamics of persistent equine arteritis virus infection in the reproductive tract of carrier stallions”

Parvathy Thampi, Dr James MacLeod (PI), “Role of the skeletal paracrine milieu on interzone cells”

Sarah Elzinga, Dr Amanda Adams (PI), “Inflammatory and metabolic responses of EMS horses”

Jennifer Bellaw, Dr Martin Nielsen (PI), “Characterizing the equine ‘nemabiome’ using Next-Generation sequencing”

John Eberth, Drs Teri Lear and Ernest Bailey (PI’s), “Dwarfism in miniature horses – Reflections on selection criteria”

This seminar is not eligible for veterinary continuing education credits.


Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, March 24 — 4:00 pm

Improving the Structural and Functional Annotation of the Equine Reference Genome.

Jamie MacLeod, VMD, PhD

Professor
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, March 10 — 4:00 pm

From Empirical to Rational Vaccine Design.

R. Frank Cook, PhD

Research Associate Professor
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, March 3 — 4:00 pm

Evaluating the Cause and Effect Relationship of Neuropathogenicity and Type-1 Interferon Response by Equine Herpesvirus-1 Phenotypes.

Fatai Oladunni

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky

This seminar is not eligible for veterinary continuing education credits.


— Auditorium at the UK Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (map)

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, February 25 — 4:00 pm

Navicular Disease.

Jim Schumacher

University of Tennessee

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.

For more information or suggestions for the seminar series please contact Drs. David Horohov (David.Horohov@uky.edu) or Craig Carter (Craig.Carter@uky.edu).

Previous seminars in this series can be seen at http://www.thehorse.com/Videos.aspx?tab=hc (registration required).


Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, February 18 — 4:00 pm

MicroRNAs throughout Gestation in the Mare.

Dr. Shavahn Loux

Postdoctoral Scholar
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky

This seminar is not eligible for veterinary continuing education credits.


Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, February 4 — 4:00 pm

Joint Neuroinflammation.

Stephanos Kyrkanides, DDS, PhD

Dean, College of Dentistry
University of Kentucky

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium at the UK Veterinary Diagnostic Laboratory (map)

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, January 28, 2016— 4:00 pm

Topic: Reproduction in Sport Horses.

Etta Agan Bradecamp, DVM, Dipl. ACT, Dipl. ABVP

Rood and Riddle Equine Hospital
Lexington, Kentucky

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.

For more information or suggestions for the seminar series please contact Drs. David Horohov (David.Horohov@uky.edu) or Craig Carter (Craig.Carter@uky.edu).

Previous seminars in this series can be seen at http://www.thehorse.com/Videos.aspx?tab=hc (registration required).


Auditorium, Room 110 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, January 14, 2016 — 4:00 pm

Susceptibility of Foals to Rhodococcus equi: a New Direction for an Old Problem.

David W. Horohov, PhD

Chairman, Department of Veterinary Science
Director
, M.H. Gluck Equine Research Center
Jes E. and Clementine M. Schlaikjer Endowed Chair
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky

Veterinarians seeking Continuing Education credits must sign the CE book and request their CE certificate at the time of the seminar.



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