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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:

Teri Lear, PhD
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky
108 M.H. Gluck Equine Research Center
Lexington, KY 40546-0099
E-mail: equigene@uky.edu
Phone: (859) 257-4757 ext 81108
Fax: (859) 257-8542

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Recent Seminars - 2008


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, December 9, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Aptamer: An emerging tool for virologists.

Ashish Tiwari

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, December 2, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Animal Disease Modeling.

Barry Meade

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky


— Conference Room — Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, November 20, 2008 at 4:00 PM

Equine Vaccination Recommendations.

Vaccination remains one of the most cost-effective means of preventing infectious disease.  There a number of difference types of vaccines currently available and each has its strengths and weaknesses.  Vaccination strategies are also complex, depending upon exposure risk and relative benefits.  Today’s seminar will provide some background information regarding the AAEP vaccine recommendations, briefly review recent advances in vaccine technology, and discuss the concept of evidence-based vaccination.

Presenters:

Dr. Mary Scollay
Equine Medical Director
Kentucky Horse Racing Commission

Dr. Paul Lunn
Professor and Head
Department of Clinical Sciences
College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, CO

Dr. Hugh Townsend
Western College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Saskatchewan
Saskatoon, Canada

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 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, November 18, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Ambystoma mexicanum: A novel model for mammalian articular cartilage maturation and repair.

Rebekah Cosden

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Friday, November 7, 2008 — 2:00 pm

Articular Cartilage Maturation and Repair.

Michael Mienaltowski, DVM --- PhD defense seminar

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky


— Conference Room — Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, October 30, 2008 at 4:00 PM

Equine Allergy Testing.

The diagnosis and treatment of allergies in the horse remains a source of frustration for horse owners and veterinarians.  Recent advances in our understanding of the pathophysiology of common equine allergies promises to improve our therapeutic approaches to these diseases.  Dr. Eliane Marti will present an overview of some of the work by her research group in these areas.

Presenter:

Eliane Marti, Dr. med. vet
Assistant Professor, Head of the Clinical Immunology Group, Department of Clinical Research-Veterinary Public Health, Vetsuisse Faculty, University of Berne, Berne, Switzerland.

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 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, October 28, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Insect Bite Hypersensitivities in Icelandic Horses.

Eliane Marti, PhD, DMV 

Department of Clinical Vet Med, Vetsuisse Faculty,
University of Berne, Switzerland

One hour of continuing education credit will be applied for from the KY Board of Veterinary Examiners.
All veterinarians must sign the Continuing Education book at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, October 21, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Analysis  of the Equine Transcriptome by RNA Sequencing.

Stephen Coleman

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, October 14, 2008 — 10:00 am

The Horse Genome: Features and Tools.

Claire Wade, PhD

Horse Genome Sequencing Project Coordinator
Senior Research Scientist
The Broad Institute of Harvard and MIT

One hour of continuing education credit will be applied for from the KY Board of Veterinary Examiners.
All veterinarians must sign the Continuing Education book at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, October 7, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Pharmacologic Induction of Melanin for Skin Cancer Prevention.

John D'Orazio, MD, PhD

Assistant Professor, University of KY College of Medicine
Department of Pediatrics (Hematology-Oncology)
The Markey Cancer Center
University of Kentucky

One hour of continuing education credit will be applied for from the KY Board of Veterinary Examiners.
All veterinarians must sign the Continuing Education book at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, September 30, 2008 — 4:00 pm

TOPIC: The Role of the Mule in Appalachia.

Maryjean Wall

--PhD Candidate, College of Arts & Sciences, University of Kentucky

--Former horse racing reporter for the Lexington Herald-Leader


— Conference Room — Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, September 25, 2008 at 4:00 PM

Equine Genome.

The recent sequencing of the equine genome is providing scientists with new opportunities to identify the genetic contributions to physical and behavioral traits, as well as to disease susceptibility.  Today’s presenters will provide an overview of the equine genome sequencing project and discuss how the resultant technologies are likely to impact equine health and management research.

Presenters:

James N. MacLeod, VMD, Ph.D.
Professor and John S. and Elizabeth A. Knight Chair
Laboratory of Equine Musculoskeletal Sciences
Gluck Equine Research Center

Ernie Bailey, Ph.D.
Professor
Laboratory of Immunogenetics and Genomics
Gluck Equine Research Center

Teri Lear, Ph.D.
Research Associate Professor
Molecular Cytogenetics Laboratory
Gluck Equine Research Center

Refreshments kindly provided by Wickliffe Pharmaceuticals.

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 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Wednesday, September 24, 2008 — 9:30 am

The Impact of Insulin on the Matrix Metalloproteinase System During Follicular Development and Atresia.

Dawn Sessions --- PhD defense seminar

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, September 23, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome in Horses.

Dr. Daniel Villagomez

University of Guadalajara
Visiting Scientist, University of Guelph

One hour of continuing education credit will be applied for from the KY Board of Veterinary Examiners.
All veterinarians must sign the Continuing Education book at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Monday, September 15, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Antimicrobial Susceptibility and Analysis of in vitro Fluoroquinolone Resistance in Rhodococcus equi.

Hidekazu Niwa

--Equine Research Institute, Japan Racing Association, Tochigi, Japan
--Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Atlanta, GA

One hour of continuing education credit will be applied for from the KY Board of Veterinary Examiners.
All veterinarians must sign the Continuing Education book at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, September 9, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Animal Research - Laws, Regulations, and Policies (or "What you need to know and do to prevent problems").

Larry Iten, DVM
     Office of Research Integrity, University of Kentucky

Harold Stills, DVM
     Department of Laboratory Animal Resources, University of Kentucky

One hour of continuing education credit will be applied for from the KY Board of Veterinary Examiners.
All veterinarians must sign the Continuing Education book at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, September 2, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Equids and Rhinos and Elephants, Oh My!  Ex situ conservation research focusing on reproduction and metabolic physiology at the Conservation Centers for Species Survival.

Mandi Vick, PhD

Post Doctoral Fellow, Smithsonian National Zoological Park Conservation & Research Center, Front Royal, VA
Research Associate at “the Wilds”, Cumberland, OH

One hour of continuing education credit will be applied for from the KY Board of Veterinary Examiners.
All veterinarians must sign the Continuing Education book at the time of the seminar.


— Conference Room — Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, August 28, 2008 at 4:00 PM

Angular and flexural limb deformities in horses.

This lecture will discuss clinical manifestation and management of angular and flexural limb deformities in horse through the yearling year.  Non surgical and surgical management will be discussed.

Presenter:

Alan J. Ruggles DVM, Diplomate, ACVS
Rood & Riddle Equine Hospital 
Lexington, KY

Refreshments kindly provided by Wickliffe Pharmaceuticals.

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).


— Conference Room — Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, July 31, 2008 at 4:00 PM

Equine Pituitary Pars Intermedia Dysfunction (Equine Cushing’s Disease).

Equine pituitary pars intermedia dysfunction (PPID, equine Cushing’s disease) is a slowly progressive endocrinopathy that commonly affects aged horses and ponies.  Data from our laboratory and others suggest PPID results from oxidative damage and degeneration of the dopaminergic hypothalamic neurons that provide tonic inhibitory input to the intermediate lobe of the pituitary.  The resultant loss of dopamine elicits an increased secretion of pituitary intermediate lobe hormones, which in turn contributes to clinical signs of disease.  Although the clinical signs of advanced PPID are easily recognized, diagnosis of early PPID is problematic.  Clinical signs of early disease are often indistinguishable from those of other endocrinopathies or age-related changes.  Diagnostic tests results must be interpreted judicially as both false negative and false positive results may occur due to the insidious nature of the disease, the physiological role of the pituitary intermediate lobe and the influence of season on intermediate lobe hormone release.  This talk will provide an update of our current understanding of the pathophysiology of PPID and discuss a rationale approach to the diagnosis of PPID.

Presenter:

Dianne McFarlane, DVM, PhD, DACVIM
Assistant Professor
Physiological Sciences
Oklahoma State University

Refreshments kindly provided by Wickliffe Pharmaceuticals.

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 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Friday, June 27, 2008 — 9:00 am

Immunosenescence and Inflamm-aging in the Horse.

Amanda A. Adams --- PhD defense seminar

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky


— Conference Room — Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, June 26, 2008 at 4:00 PM

Equine Metabolic Syndrome: Diagnosis and Management.

This presentation will focus upon equine metabolic syndrome (EMS), which is a clinical syndrome of obesity, insulin resistance, and laminitis in horses.  We will review the clinical signs of EMS and the potential pathophysiological mechanisms involved in this condition.  Diet, exercise, and pharmacological management strategies will be discussed.

Presenter:

Nicholas Frank, DVM, PhD, DACVIM
Associate Professor
Large Animal Internal Medicine
University of Tennessee
University of Nottingham

Refreshments kindly provided by Wickliffe Pharmaceuticals.

Additional support for the seminar series provided by: theHorse.com and Fort Dodge.

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).


— Conference Room — Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, May 29, 2008 at 4:00 PM

Equine encephalitis.

Equine encephalitis, sometimes referred to it as sleeping sickness, has been a significant health issue for both humans and horses for a long time.   While the recent introduction of West Nile Virus into this country has raised the public awareness of these diseases, horse owners and veterinarians are well aware of the risks Eastern, Western and Venezuelan Equine Encephalitis pose.  This seminar presented by Dr. Maureen Long will review our current state of knowledge for these important pathogens.

Presenter:

Maureen T. Long, DVM, PhD, ACVIM-LA
Associate Professor
Department of Infectious Diseases and Pathology
College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Florida
Gainesville, FL

Refreshments kindly provided by Wickliffe Pharmaceuticals.

Additional support for the seminar series provided by: theHorse.com and Fort Dodge.

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 — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, May 29, 2008 — 1:00 pm

Effects of Fescue Herbicides Plateau and Cimarron on Pregnancy Maintenance in Broodmares and on Alkaloid Concentrations in Endophyte Infected Tall Fescue.

Scarlett Black -- MS Defense Seminar

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky


— Conference Room — Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, April 24, 2008 at 4:00 PM

Foal Diseases and Vaccination.

The seminar will include an overview of the causes of foal mortality during the first year of life by Dr. Tracy Sturgill. This will be followed by a discussion of the recommendations for foal vaccination by Dr. Doug Byars. New research on foal vaccination and the effect of maternal interference on the foal’s ability to respond to vaccination will be presented by Dr. David Horohov. 

Presenters:

Tracy Sturgill, DVM
Ph.D. Graduate Student
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentucky

Doug Byars, DVM, Dipl. ACVIM, ACVECC
Byars Equine Advisory, LLC
Georgetown, KY

David W. Horohov, Ph.D.
William Robert Mills Chair in Equine Immunology
Gluck Equine Research Center
University of Kentuck

Refreshments kindly provided by Wickliffe Pharmaceuticals. Additional support for the seminar series provided by The Horse.com and Fort Dodge.

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).


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, April 22, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Novel Roles for the Endocytic Pathway in the Life Cycle of Recently Identified Paramyxoviruses.

Dr. Rebecca Dutch

Associate Professor
Department of Molecular & Cellular Biochemistry
University of Kentucky

One hour of continuing education credit will be applied for from the KY Board of Veterinary Examiners.
All veterinarians must sign the Continuing Education book at the time of the seminar.

— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, April 15, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Preliminary Investigations of Candidate Genes for Type 1 Dwarfism in the Miniature Horse.

John Eberth

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Thursday, April 10, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Externship to Morocco: A Vet Student’s New Perspective in Equine Practice.

Jeremy Campfield

Veterinary Student
University of Florida, Gainesville


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, April 8, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Monitoring Inflammatory Disease in the Horse Using Gene Expression. Targeting Mast Cell Genes and Laminitis.

Samantha Brooks, PhD

Postdoctoral Scholar
Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, April 1, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Porcine Reproductive and Respiratory Syndrome (PRRS): A New Animal Disease Paradigm.

Dr. Bob Rowland

Department of Diagnostic Medicine and Pathobiology
College of Veterinary Medicine
Kansas State University

One hour of continuing education credit will be applied for from the KY Board of Veterinary Examiners.
All veterinarians must sign the Continuing Education book at the time of the seminar.

— Conference Room — Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, March 27, 2008 at 4:00 PM

Equine Nutrition: Broodmare.

The seminar will include a discussion of the new research on broodmare nutrition and the application of this research to broodmare management. Specific topics will include the effects of gestation and lactation on bone mineral turnover in mares, the new recommendations of the NRC (2007) for mares in early and mid-gestation and the relationship of nutrition to reproductive efficiency and foal development.  The seminar will include presentations by Laurie Lawrence, Ph.D. who chaired the National Research Council committee to revise the “Nutrient Requirements of Horses” and Steve Jackson, Ph.D., an internationally known consulting equine nutritionist.

Presenters:

Laurie Lawrence, Ph.D.
Professor
Department of Animal and Food Sciences
University of Kentucky

Stephen Jackson, Ph.D.
Bluegrass Equine Nutrition
Versailles, KY

Refreshments kindly provided by Wickliffe Pharmaceuticals. Additional support for the seminar series provided by The Horse.com and Fort Dodge.

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).


Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, March 25, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Champagne Horses and Coat Color Genes.

Deborah Cook

Graduate Research Assistant
Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, March 18, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Human Gene Clusters:  Inheritance and Instability.

Dr. Andrew Pierce

Assistant Professor
Department of Microbiology, Immunology & Molecular Genetics
University of Kentucky

One hour of continuing education credit will be applied for from the KY Board of Veterinary Examiners.
All veterinarians must sign the Continuing Education book at the time of the seminar.

— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, March 4, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Large Scale SNP Genotyping and Copy Number Analysis with Infinium Whole-Genome Genotyping.

Daniel A. Peiffer, Ph.D.

Product Manager
DNA Analysis Products
Illumina Inc.
San Diego, CA

One hour of continuing education credit will be applied for from the KY Board of Veterinary Examiners.
All veterinarians must sign the Continuing Education book at the time of the seminar.

— Conference Room — Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, February 28, 2008 at 4:00 PM

Anthelmintic resistance in parasites.

Anthelmintics have been extensively used to reduce parasite numbers in horses.  While considerable success has been seen in the control and elimination of certain equine parasites, there have been numerous reports of parasite resistance to these drugs. 

Dr Gene Lyons will present a short review of the major internal parasites of equids. Included will be drugs used in the past and present for parasite control.  Recent information on current research in the Department of Veterinary Science at the University of Kentucky on drug-resistant parasites will also be described. Dr. Craig Reinemeyer will describe his work on anthelmintic resistance in non-strongylid parasites of horses.  His talk will focus on Parascaris equorum where there have been numerous reports of the failure of treatment with the macrocyclic lactone anthelmintics ivermectin or moxidectin to reduce fecal egg counts.  His presentation will describe the formal confirmation of this phenomenon, discuss probable causes and practical implications, and propose control measures to manage the problem at breeding facilities.  Preliminary investigations of possible macrocyclic lactone resistance by Oxyuris equi will also be presented.

Presenters:

E.(Gene) T. Lyons, PhD
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky
Gluck Equine Research Center

Craig R. Reinemeyer, DVM, PhD
President, East Tennessee Clinical Research, Inc.
80 Copper Ridge Farm Road
Rockwood, TN  37854

Refreshments kindly provided by Wickliffe Pharmaceuticals. Additional support for the seminar series provided by Merial, Intervet, The Horse.com, Fort Dodge.

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).


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, February 26, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Common causes of poisonings in horses.

Dr. Cynthia Gaskill

Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center
University of Kentucky

One hour of continuing education credit will be applied for from the KY Board of Veterinary Examiners.
All veterinarians must sign the Continuing Education book at the time of the seminar.


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Wednesday, February 20, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Horses: An Emerging Genetic Model of Viral Susceptibility.

Jonathan Rios

Graduate Research Assistant
Texas A&M University


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, February 5, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Evaluation of a helicase-dependent isothermal DNA amplification assay for detection of S. equi.

Sergey C. Artiushin, PhD

Research Assistant Professor
Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky

One hour of continuing education credit will be applied for from the KY Board of Veterinary Examiners.
All veterinarians must sign the Continuing Education book at the time of the seminar.


— Conference Room — Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center

Department of Veterinary Science Equine Diagnostic and Research Seminar

Thursday, January 31, 2008 at 4:00 PM

Laboratory-Based Animal Disease Outbreak Detection:  Improved MRLS Outcome?

Veterinary diagnostic laboratories are in a unique position to analyze data from large numbers of clinical cases (e.g. test results, syndromic data) toward early detection of health problems in animals.  The aim of this project has been to build an engine for early detection of clusters of health events in animal populations using diagnostic laboratory data.  The system as designed provides near-real-time cluster alarms/alerts and medical situational awareness utilizing a time-space permutation scan statistic.  Disease cluster signals are generated which aid in the decision-making process related to conducting field investigations and/or mounting appropriate and timely medical responses.  The system would also detect clusters of animal health events of public health significance (e.g. bioterrorist attacks with zoonotic or toxic agents).  A prospective study was performed utilizing case records of equine abortion cases from December 2000 through July 2001 to see how this system would have performed as an early outbreak detection mechanism.

Presenters:

Agricola Odoi, DVM PhD
Assistant Professor
Department of Comparative Medicine
College of Veterinary Medicine
University of Tennessee

Craig N. Carter, DVM PhD
Diplomate, ACVPM
Director and Professor, Epidemiology
Livestock Disease Diagnostic Center
College of Agriculture
College of Public Health
University of Kentucky

Refreshments kindly provided by Wickliffe Pharmaceuticals.

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).


— Auditorium — Gluck Equine Research Center

Tuesday, January 22, 2008 — 4:00 pm

Equine Coronavirus: What Do We Know about It?

Jianqiang Zhang, MD, MS, PhD

Postdoctoral Scholar
Gluck Equine Research Center
Department of Veterinary Science
University of Kentucky


 

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