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Horsetalk has published an article on a new study by ERC researcher Magda Dunowska, investigating equine herpesvirus infection. Click here to read the article
The new Equine Veterinary Clinic at Massey University featured on a recent episode of Rural delivery. Click here to see the team at work.
New publications have been added to the publications page
Professor Chris Riley attended the Havemeyer Foundation Equine Musculoskeletal Biomarkers Symposium earlier this month, held in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. Chris’s presentation was entitled “Spectroscopy as a Biomarker - is it Valuable?” based on his work developing infrared spectroscopy as a tool for the diagnosis and monitoring of osteoarthritis.
Professor Elwyn Firth has been selected for induction into the University of Kentucky Equine Research Hall of Fame. Professor Firth was selected for his oustanding contributions to research in equine musculoskeletal disease. Read more
Professor Christine Theoret from Universite de Montreal, Canada, has joined the Massey Equine team for a sabbatical until the end of the year. Professor Theoret is the Editor of "Equine Wound Management" and her research interests include wound healing in the horse, new treatment modalities, and tissue repair.
The theme for the conference is: "Veterinary Health Matters - Well and Truly". A number of ERC researchers will be presenting at the conference. Find out more about the conference here.
Dr Charlotte Bolwell has been awarded the Early Career Researcher Award by Massey University’s College of Science Research Committee. The award will be used for a pilot study that will track racehorses as they leave the racing industry to establish the second career pathways for ex-racehorses.
Horsetalk has published an article on the race-day jockey falls study, recently published in Comparative Exercise Physiology - read the story.
The 2014 Australasian Equine Science Symposium will be held from 18th-20th July, in the Gold Coast. The theme for the symposium is "Research for the 21st Century Horse Industry: From Genomics To The Winning Post". To read more about the conference here.”
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Last updated on Tuesday 16 August 2016