Equine/Large Animal

Large Animal Flash Poster Presentations

10/25/2018
5:30 PM - 6:00 PM


Audience: Residents

New this year! Gain quick insight into the large animal scientific posters. Authors have two minutes to highlight their research in this lead-up to the Scientific Poster Presentations & Reception.

Presentations:

Benjamin Ahern, DACVS, DACVSMR. PhD

Equine Surgeon
University of Queensland

Ben Ahern
BVSc (Hons I) MACVSc Dipl. ACVS Dip. ACVSMR
University of Queensland

Ben is at the University of Queensland Veterinary School in Australia. He undertook his surgical training at UPenn New Bolton Centre before returning to Australia. He is now back in his home state of Queensland and enjoying being back in academia.

Ben is dual certified by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons and the American College of Veterinary Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation.

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Jose R. Castro, DVM,DCVS,DABVP,CVA

Surgeon
Davie County Large Animal Hospital

Dr. José R. Castro was born in Quito, Ecuador and decided to become a veterinarian when he was just 7 years old.
He obtained his DVM from the CENTRAL UNIVERSITY OF ECUADOR in December of 2000 and moved to the United States in January of 2001.

He completed a Large Animal Internship, obtained his EFCVG certification and went on to complete an Equine Surgery Residency through UT and Woodford Equine Hospital in Lexington, KY.

In 2009 he became board certified in Equine Practice by the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners, in 2012 became board certified in Large Animal Surgery (Equine Emphasis) by the American College of Veterinary Surgeons, in 2015 he became Certified Veterinary Acupuncturist and 2017 he became Certified in Tui-na (Equine Massage) by the Chi Institute of Traditional Chinese Veterinary Medicine. Recently he become Certified Lameness Locator Practitioner, and is currently studying Chinese Herbal Medicine.

He has presented multiple conferences in the United States, Ecuador, Panama, Spain and China.

His professional interests are Surgery, Sports Medicine, Surgery, Regenerative Medicine and Acupuncture.
He particularly enjoys working Lameness, Back Pain and using Regenerative Medicine (stem-cells)

Currently he owns Davie County Large Animal Hospital where he provides Surgical and Regenerative and Complementary Medical Services to his clients.

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Jodie Daglish, BVSc MRCVS

Resident, Equine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation
Colorado State University

Originally from the UK, Dr. Daglish graduated from Bristol University and then completed a two year equine internship at Newmarket Equine Hospital. Following this Dr. Daglish worked for 18 months in a busy equine practice, specializing in eventing and racing, before moving to the US to pursue her interests in equine sports medicine, undertaking a year with the Integrative Equine Sports Medicine Service at University of California, Davis before joining the programme at CSU. Dr. Daglish subsequently moved to Colorado to begin the one of a kind Equine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation program, beginning with a one year Equine Diagnostic Imaging Internship under the supervision of Dr. Myra Barrett before moving into the residency proper, where she is currently undertaking her third year of study.

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Matthew Ford

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Remiguisz Grzeskowiak

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Georgina Johnston, BVetMed BSc(Hons1)

School of Veterinary Science, The University of Queensland

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Annette M. McCoy, DVM, MS, PHD, DACVS

Assistant Professor
University of Illinois

Annette M McCoy, DVM, MS, PhD, DACVS is an Assistant Professor of Equine Surgery at the University of Illinois College of Veterinary Medicine. She has a clinical interest in the treatment of severe and chronic wounds, which led to this project. Her other research interests include identification of genetic risk factors underlying disease and performance in the horse.

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Pierre-Yves Mulon, DrMedVet, DACVS-LA

Assistant professor in Farm Animal Medicine and Surgery
University of Tennessee

Dr. Pierre-Yves Mulon is an ACVS-LA diplomate and holds a position of assistant professor in Farm Animal Medicine and Surgery in the College of Veterinary Medicine of the University of Tennessee. Dr. Mulon obtained his veterinary degree form the Ecole Nationale Veterinaire d'Alfort in France and completed his internsship and residency program at the Universite de Montreal in Canada. He held a clinical instructor position at the universty of Montreal and a assistant faculty position at Texas A&M after his residency program. Dr. Mulon also worked in private pratice for 6 years, Since 2016, Dr. Mulon joined the University of Tennessee. His areas of interest are Farm animal surgeries, both soft tissue and orthopedics.

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Amanda Plunkett

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Jannah Pye, BVSc

University of California Davis

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Rebecca Rifkin

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Kimberly D. Trolinger-Meadows

Equine Sports Medicine and Rehabilitation Resident
University of Florida

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