Musculoskeletal Science, Infectious Diseases
My career focuses on the health and well-being of the equine athlete and I have worked in four countries on three continents. I received my veterinary degree from the Royal Veterinary College, University of London, after which I gained equine internal medicine specialty training at Texas A&M University and equine surgery specialty training at New Bolton Center, University of Pennsylvania. I did my PhD research in regenerative medicine as it relates to articular cartilage using RNA-sequencing at The Gluck Equine Research Center, University of Kentucky.
My primary role now is to connect the University with equine industry stakeholders through outreach and the dissemination of information.
- Collaborator in Musculoskeletal Science group exploring bone biology and remodeling.
- Deriving data set estimating breeding stock weight.
- Effect of antibiotics on gut microbiome.