Equine/Large Animal

Large Animal Wound Repair

10/27/2018
4:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Gain an understanding of the use of antimicrobials for the management of wounds in horses by balancing the need for effective therapy while minimizing the development of antimicrobial resistance.

Presentations:

Linda Dahlgren, DVM, PhD, DACVS

VA-MD College of Veterinary Medicine

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Dean A. Hendrickson, DVM, MS, DACVS

Professor of Equine Surgery
Colorado State University

Dr. Hendrickson received his DVM from Colorado State University in 1988, and completed an Equine Surgery and Medicine Internship at the University of Sydney, Sydney Australia in 1989. He was accepted into and completed the three year combined Large Animal Surgery Residency and Masters of Science program at Cornell University in 1992. He became a faculty member in the Department of Surgical Sciences at the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in August 1992. He joined the Department of Clinical Sciences at Colorado State University in December 1994. He has served at VTH Hospital Director and the Associate Dean for the DVM program at CSU. His primary clinical interests are in Equine Wound Care and Minimally Invasive Surgery and has spoken nationally and internationally on both subjects. He has authored papers in many journals and numerous book chapters on the use of Endoscopic Surgery, and has edited a Veterinary Clinics of North America: Equine Practice on Endoscopic Surgery. He completed a textbook on Equine Wound Care and has authored multiple chapters in other books on equine wound care. He recently completed the 4th Edition of Turner and McIlwraith’s Large Animal Surgical Techniques. He consults with various Zoological Societies regarding large and megavertabrate species and marine mammals. He has been part of a team that is working on population management of elephants in southern Africa.

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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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Matthew Sinovich, BVSc, BVSc(Hons), MRCVS

Resident in Equine Surgery
University of Liverpool

Dr. Matthew Sinovich BVSc BVSc(Hons) MRCVS is currently a Resident in Equine Surgery at the University of Liverpool, Leahurst and is working towards a master’s degree. After graduating from the University of Pretoria he spent ten years in a specialist equine surgical and referral hospital in Kyalami, Johannesburg. During this time he completed an honours degree in Equine Surgery through the University of Pretoria. Looking to further his training, Dr Sinovich then moved to the United Kingdom and undertook a rotating internship at the University of Liverpool. Following on from this he started a residency in Equine Surgery. Dr. Sinovich enjoys all aspects of equine surgery and lameness evaluations. He has a broad range of research interests including orthopaedic and soft tissue surgery.

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